Here are five things you need to know on this Wednesday evening:
Eye on KELOLAND: Turner County troubles
Roads and ranches all across KELOLAND are getting put back together after devastating spring flooding.
In Turner County in southeast South Dakota, people are dealing with washed out bridges and farms.
In Wednesday’s Eye on KELOLAND, Matt Holsen shows you what one farmer is dealing with and what it’s going to take to get county roads back online.
UPDATE: Missing SF woman spotted in Iowa
An update on that missing Sioux Falls woman KELOLAND News told you about on Tuesday’s 5 Things to Know @ 5.
Police now say 76-year-old Kathryn Butler stopped at a gas station in Orange City, Iowa. She hasn’t been heard from since then.
Police say they’re still asking you to keep an eye out for her or her car — a gold 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee with South Dakota plates.
School system rebrand
The Catholic School System in Sioux falls is rebranding its name. It’s changing it to Bishop O’Gorman Catholic Schools.
Washington D.C. Newsroom: Attorney General testifies
In Washington, senators grilled the attorney general about how he handled the Mueller report. You can get the details of the hearing on the Washington D.C. section of KELOLAND.com.
The city of sculptures
The new pieces for SculptureWalk will be installed downtown this Saturday in downtown Sioux Falls. But the heart of the city isn’t the only place you’ll find this kind of artwork. KELOLAND’s Kelli Volk will explain why Sioux Falls could be the city of sculptures Wednesday night on KELOLAND News at 10