SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Take a look at the top stories First@4 in KELOLAND On The Go.

The slaughterhouse cleaning company that employed more than 100 children to help sanitize dangerous equipment has continued to lose contracts with major meat producers.

Now that parts of the Mississippi River have finally crested in Minnesota and Iowa, the focus now shifts to clean up.

Parts of KELOLAND are also dealing with flooding. Chief Photographer Kevin Kjergaard spotted water over the roads north of Mitchell.

Just like Monday, Tuesday has been another great day to get outside with plentiful amounts of sunshine. Temperatures have been able to warm up a bit from yesterday as well!

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