SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Take a quick look at the top stories of the day as of 4 p.m.
Starting Monday, there will be a curfew at the Sioux Empire Fair for people 17 and under.
In a release, fair organizers say the 9 p.m. curfew is for anyone 17 and under not accompanied by a parent or adult family member 18 years of age or older.
Find the details in this story.
As thousands of bikers enjoy the Sturgis Rally, law enforcement is on alert. The latest rally tally from the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, shows there were more than a dozen DUI arrests on Sunday along with 15 misdemeanor drug arrests and 15 felony drug arrests.
There were seven injury crashes on Sunday.
Review all the data in a story now online.
The first four days of the rally have included large crowds.
The City of Sturgis reported an increase in vendors for this year, as well as an increase in trash collection compared to last year.
Look for live reports on KELOLAND News from the rally throughout the event. And check out the live cams on KELOLAND.com for what’s happening in Sturgis and surrounding communities.
The Commission on Child Support is asking for input on South Dakota’s child support guidelines and related statutes.
The Commission will conduct public hearings over the next three months before submitting its report and recommendations to Governor Kristi Noem and the legislature by December 31, so that the report can be considered during the 2022 legislative session.
As some South Dakota students head back to class starting next week, school districts are still needing to fill open teaching positions.
The Associated School Boards of South Dakota says there are about 150 open positions across the state.
We look at the reasons for the shortage of teachers in tonight’s Eye on KELOLAND at 10.
Temperatures will remain warm on Tuesday, but not as high as today. Get the latest KELOLAND Live Doppler HD Storm Center forecast.