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PAIGE PEARSON - News Anchor/Reporter

An AP and Wisconsin Broadcasters' Association award-winning journalist, weeknight news anchor Paige Pearson joined KSFY News in January 2012.

Paige is thrilled to be back in Sioux Falls and is a proud native. She grew up a Jackrabbits' fan as her parents are SDSU alums. They rarely missed Hobo Days, Beef Bowl, or Little International. In high school, Paige swam for the Snowfox Swim Team and played tennis at Roosevelt. She completed her broadcast degree at Indiana University.    

Paige began her television career at WEAU in Wisconsin. Fully acclimatized in the Land ofCheese, Paige spent four exciting years as a sports anchor and reporter at WLUK in Green Bay. There she covered the Packers, the Packers, and the Packers. The Green and Gold's Super Bowl 45 win will forever be a highlight of her career.

Paige and her husband John love to spend time in DTSF, travel, and root on the Minnesota Twins.

Storytelling is Paige's passion, and she strives to tell compelling, impactful, and balanced stories. Should you have a story idea, email Paige at ppearson@ksfy.com.

 

  • Family happy everyone is OK after car crashes into house

    Family happy everyone is OK after car crashes into house

    Family happy everyone is OK after car crashes into house

    Thursday, April 24 2014 10:18 PM EDT2014-04-25 02:18:42 GMT
    A driver lost control and came crashing through the garage into his own home.More >>
    A driver lost control and came crashing through the garage into his own home.More >>
  • Agencies urge Governor Daugaard to expand Medicaid

    Agencies urge Governor Daugaard to expand Medicaid

    Thursday, April 24 2014 10:13 PM EDT2014-04-25 02:13:59 GMT
    Community health professionals and providers are urging Governor Dennis Daugaard to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.Despite the state legislative session being over, the Governor has the authority to expand Medicaid. Thursday's gathering at the Salvation Army in Sioux Falls was in part to inform people that Medicaid expansion is still possible. Rosti Voznyuk and his wife don't qualify for Medicaid right now, and he tells KSFY he can't afford the insurance provided by his employe...More >>
    Community health professionals and providers are urging Governor Dennis Daugaard to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.Despite the state legislative session being over, the Governor has the authority to expand Medicaid. Thursday's gathering at the Salvation Army in Sioux Falls was in part to inform people that Medicaid expansion is still possible. Rosti Voznyuk and his wife don't qualify for Medicaid right now, and he tells KSFY he can't afford the insurance provided by his employe...More >>
  • Avera Medical Minute ASL: Meeting the need for Family Care Physicians

    Avera Medical Minute ASL: Meeting the need for Family Care Physicians

    Thursday, April 24 2014 10:00 PM EDT2014-04-25 02:00:12 GMT
    It's not always easy to attract new doctors to rural South Dakota. In Aberdeen, there's been a growing demand in the family practice field. At Avera St. Luke's hospital, they're meeting that need with exceptional talent. "Hi Mason! I'm Dr. Shawn, how are you my friend?" Asked Dr. Shawn Bartel, with Avera Aberdeen Family Physicians.The moment he walks in the door, you can tell Dr. Shawn Bartel loves what he does. As the newest face at the Avera State Street Medical Square, he's hit the ground ...More >>
    It's not always easy to attract new doctors to rural South Dakota. In Aberdeen, there's been a growing demand in the family practice field. At Avera St. Luke's hospital, they're meeting that need with exceptional talent. "Hi Mason! I'm Dr. Shawn, how are you my friend?" Asked Dr. Shawn Bartel, with Avera Aberdeen Family Physicians.The moment he walks in the door, you can tell Dr. Shawn Bartel loves what he does. As the newest face at the Avera State Street Medical Square, he's hit the ground ...More >>
  • Gravity coaster coming to Storybook Land

    Gravity coaster coming to Storybook Land

    Thursday, April 24 2014 8:18 PM EDT2014-04-25 00:18:49 GMT
    Storybook LandStorybook Land
    Storybook land is a place kids and parents can go to have a good time.“I come here with my dad and mom,” Joshua Chambers said. Chambers heads to the park often, and the Aberdeen Sertoma Club, and Parks and Recreation Department have some new ideas to bring a little more fun to the park“The first ride to be put in place will be the gravity coaster, it’ll be a really nice addition to the park,” Parks and Rec. Director Doug Johnson said. Right now storybook land has only a few rides, but what th...More >>
    Storybook land is a place kids and parents can go to have a good time.“I come here with my dad and mom,” Joshua Chambers said. Chambers heads to the park often, and the Aberdeen Sertoma Club, and Parks and Recreation Department have some new ideas to bring a little more fun to the park“The first ride to be put in place will be the gravity coaster, it’ll be a really nice addition to the park,” Parks and Rec. Director Doug Johnson said. Right now storybook land has only a few rides, but what th...More >>
  • Two young girls miraculously survive car crashing into their Sioux Falls home

    Two young girls miraculously survive car crashing into their Sioux Falls home

    Thursday, April 24 2014 7:40 PM EDT2014-04-24 23:40:41 GMT
    A Sioux Falls family is without a home this morning after a car drove into their home overnight.More >>
    Sioux Falls police say it’s a miracle two young girls are alive after a car crashed through a garage and into their bedroom overnight.More >>
  • Smartphone automatically posts selfies of man who took phone

    Smartphone automatically posts selfies of man who took phone

    Thursday, April 24 2014 7:35 PM EDT2014-04-24 23:35:05 GMT
    A Flandreau man tells us he lost his phone, and found a murderer. The person who unknowingly posted selfies to Facebook with the phone happened to be a wanted man, and a convicted murderer.More >>
    A Flandreau man tells us he lost his phone, and found a murderer. The person who unknowingly posted selfies to Facebook with the phone happened to be a wanted man, and a convicted murderer.More >>
  • 'Farmland' documentary featuring SDSU alumni premiering in Sioux Falls

    'Farmland' documentary featuring SDSU alumni premiering in Sioux Falls

    Thursday, April 24 2014 5:28 PM EDT2014-04-24 21:28:06 GMT
    Academy Award-winning filmmaker James Moll’s new feature length documentary, Farmland, will be released nationally May 1, 2014. Sioux Falls has been selected to host a premiere, and the film will come to Sioux Falls for a one-time showing on May 1 at 7 p.m. at the Century East at Dawley Farm theater.More >>
    Academy Award-winning filmmaker James Moll’s new feature length documentary, Farmland, will be released nationally May 1, 2014. Sioux Falls has been selected to host a premiere, and the film will come to Sioux Falls for a one-time showing on May 1 at 7 p.m. at the Century East at Dawley Farm theater.
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  • Spearfish couple finds mountain lion in front yard

    Spearfish couple finds mountain lion in front yard

    Thursday, April 24 2014 5:20 PM EDT2014-04-24 21:20:05 GMT
    A wildlife official says a mountain lion that was found in a tree at a Spearfish home was tranquilized and later released a few miles away in a rural area.More >>
    A wildlife official says a mountain lion that was found in a tree at a Spearfish home was tranquilized and later released a few miles away in a rural area.More >>
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