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For about four months out of the year, people in the Sioux Falls area can go go-kart racing and play mini golf.
For nearly 20 years, INCA restaurant customers have raved about the salsa. Julio Espino grew up working in his parents' restaurant in Mexico and spent years perfecting it.
$30,000; that's how much the average student has in debt when they graduate from college. In South Dakota the average student has a little more than $25,000.
Prepaid cards are more popular than ever. Just ten years ago consumers loaded less than one billion dollars on the cards. That number is now up to nearly $100 billion.
After the housing bubble burst, home ownership seemed like a far off dream for some. But a change in a program for first-time homebuyers is making that dream a reality.
It doesn't get the attention of Black Friday, but the Veterans Day holiday is still an important one for retailers.
Lending for small businesses is setting records nationwide. In South Dakota, the Small Business Administration backed nearly $58 million in loans for 160 businesses. That's up 17 percent over last year.
Addiction, crime, or just poor decisions; there are a number of young men in Sioux Falls who aren't living up to their potential.
They probably make up about half of the emails in your in-box. Daily deals have been popular for a few years now- offering discounts on everything from dining out to getting a massage. But not every offer is really a deal.
How often have you looked around a restaurant and seen most people on their cells phones instead of engaging in conversation with the people at their table? One local restaurant saw that happen all the time and decided to do something about it.
Just this week, a Vietnamese-owned salon on 41st Street was shut down by the South Dakota Cosmetology Commission for bribery, safety and sanitary violations.
If you didn't sign up for health insurance on healthcare.gov, another opportunity is coming up.
If you're in the market for a new car, you no doubt want the most reliable. But if you also want all the latest high-tech accessories, they may have a tendency to break down.
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