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Publishers Clearing House Scam
Why would homeowners allow thousands of people to walk through their new house on a Parade of Homes? It turns out they get some pretty steep discounts for having a Parade of Homes house. KELOLAND's Angela Kennecke talks with one couple who's purchasing a home on the Parade about the savings, on Your Money Matters tonight at ten.
The largest non-profit senior care and services organization in the U.S is located right here in Sioux Falls, and like all branches of health care is undergoing some major changes.
As part of Apple's big iPhone 6 launch this week, the company also announced Apple Pay, a new mobile payment process. Many retailers are already using digital currency, like Square or Google wallet. Now businesses are now wondering what this latest payment system will mean for them.
429 new homes have gone up in Sioux Falls so far this year. 55 of them will be on display for the fall Parade of Homes over the next two weekends.
Next2New Wireless has seen how the Apple market has changed as new generations of the iPhone are released.
A KELOLAND company is instrumental in bringing Internet access to remote areas all around the world.
It may have been a concept ahead of its time. After years of planning the small town of Howard, South Dakota, put up one of the greenest buildings in the country for nearly $7 million.
Some 80 percent of Americans polled just last month say that money troubles keep them up at night.
Movie theater audiences have been shrinking across the country. Theaters are competing with home-entertainment options, from streaming films and programs to video games.
The bank of the future has arrived in KELOLAND. We've all heard of an ATM, but Frontier Bank is the first in our area to install a new high-tech ITM.
First the airlines started charging you for bags and food. Now hotels are cashing in on extra fees--to the tune of $2.25 billion.
Damage from the earthquake that rocked Northern California over the weekend could total more than $1 billion. A Sioux Falls winery owner was there when the quake hit Sunday morning and he's totaling up the damage to his product.
$5 million: that's the price tag on a lawsuit filed by a South Dakota credit card company, First PREMIER/PREMIER Bankcard against a credit card comparison website. First PREMIER says CardHub violated an agreement after it stopped marketing the bank's cards.
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