A candid conversation about the things your teen isn't telling you

KSFY's Courtney Collen sits down with area teens for a candid conversation about living in 2018 and topics that can be difficult to discuss.

A "big" retailer is coming to The Empire Mall.

The Sioux Falls Post Office invited local businesses on Thursday to discuss ways to increase efficiency and drive sales.

Carl Chinn, Faith Based Security Network president, gave a presentation to around 100 individuals, all looking at ways to protect themselves and other parishioners.

Minnesota woman accused in 2 deaths being moved to Florida

Avera Medical Minute AMcK: Living in the Wait, a couple’s journey with infertility

Thursday at 5, 6 & 10: What teens aren't telling you

Part 1: Living in 2018

Part 2: Gun Violence and Mental Illness

What your teens aren't telling you...

Gertie's Attic could be an option for Mother's Day gift ideas

Butterfly House & Aquarium announces 'Ocean in Motion' mobile aquarium

'Special Agent Mom' teaches sexual assault prevention

Great American Bike Race sign up now open

Referendum push unlikely for new petition circulator rules

Auditions open for 2018 KSFY Media Camp at Washington Pavilion

Police: Teen charged with cruelty to animals after punching dog

Register now for the 30th Avera Race Against Breast Cancer

Southeast Technical Institute's annual plant sale continues Friday

Sioux Falls 'Wounded Warrior' rides to the White House for special ceremony

Catholic radio network to buy KBAD signal

UPDATE: Bill Cosby convicted on all 3 counts; lashes out after verdict

Washington Pavilion unveils newly-renovated Raven Children's Studio

Police looking for driver who exposed himself to pedestrian

Parents sue North Korea over death of detainee Otto Warmbier

Britton man sentenced in sexual abuse case

Report: Soybeans most profitable for South Dakota farmers

UPDATE: Mike Pompeo 'humbled' to serve as secretary of state

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