Former Good Samaritan Society employee speaks out about layoffs, trying to stay positive

One woman affected by last Wednesday's layoffs at the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society is speaking about about what happened that day and how she's now trying to turn lemons, into lemonade.


Just 20 minutes after leaving work for the day, David Baus received a phone call that his auto repair shop was on fire.


Police departments and homeowners across the country have helped a Facebook post go viral over the last few days.


A location that's housed a coffee shop in Sioux Falls for more than 20 years is set to be torn down at the end of the month. On Tuesday, Black Sheep Coffee at 12th Street and Grange Avenue opened and closed its doors for the last time.



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SD cattle producer travels to DC to fight for change in beef industry


Young boy gives his Nintendo Wii to officers following shooting


Mayor Huether delivers State of the City address


Novak gets 40 years in stabbing death


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New barbecue restaurant ready to start work in long-vacant building


Woonsocket man sentenced to 40 years in prison for manslaughter


Oversight panel says new juvenile commitments have fallen


South Dakota man accused of shooting trooper sentenced


Great American Bike Race


Woman turns personal tragedy into opportunity to help others


Sign up now open for KSFY Media Camp at the Washington Pavilion


Minnesota farm incomes rise slightly in 2016 amid low prices


Mayor Huether to give State of the City address


LifeLight announces 2 'CityFest' bands


Trump signs order rolling back environmental efforts


A timeline of the Dakota Access oil pipeline


Longtime high school, college track coach Rich Greeno dies at 88


Police: Second suspect found in identity theft case


After legislative defeat, gun bill backers to keep pushing


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