SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — It’s Wednesday, March 22. Start your day with KELOLAND On The Go with everything you need to know in news and weather.
Sioux Falls police have released the name of the person killed in a hit-and-run Friday night on the northwest side of the city.
A former police officer charged with assaulting a man during an arrest outside of a Sioux Falls bar in 2021 will serve 5 days in jail.
Three people were arrested after a traffic stop near Sisseton earlier this month.
Investigators in Hamlin County are looking into a crash near Castlewood.
This time of year can bring just about any kind of weather. As we celebrate the 70th anniversary of KELOLAND Media Group, we’re looking back at our coverage of notably different spring-like weather we’ve experienced over these seven decades.
The state’s highest court will be in action on the campus of South Dakota State University this week.
Tuesday, Governor Kristi Noem signed a bill reducing the tax from four and a half percent
On Monday, crews will start on phase two of the 41st street Diverging Diamond Interchange.
Some of the snow will move east overnight. It’s possible that parts of southeastern KELOLAND may start the day with a new coating of “nuisance” type snows. Most of that will melt during the day tomorrow, however.
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