KELOLAND On The Go Friday, April 5

On the Go

Happy Friday! This is KELOLAND On The Go, where we provide you with what you need to know in news and weather as you start your day. 

Dense fog is common throughout eastern South Dakota Friday morning. The fog will lift and warmer afternoon temperatures will come setting up for a nice weekend weather. 

Authorites in Lincoln County are reminding people to use caution when traveling Friday morning. 

New Friday morning, we now know the name of the suspect in a quadruple homicide in Mandan, North Dakota. Police say surveillance video led to the arrest of a 44-year-old Chad Isaak in a small town 35-miles north of Mandan.

City officials in Aberdeen say the Moccasin Creek is now at flood stage and rising. Crews opened two sandbagging sites in Aberdeen if people need to protect their homes.

Sioux Falls homeowners who are dealing with flood damage could get financial help through a new fund. To apply, call 211. So far $25,000 has been raised.

Recycling is on the rise here in Sioux Falls. Licensed garbage hauler’s recycling rate for 2018 was 23.4 percent up from 22.8 percent. KELOLAND’s Max Hofer looks at what you need to remember when recycling. 

The Helpline Center is also asking for volunteers to help Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. The organization is asking for groups of 12 to sign up.

In weather, a large storm is brewing for next week. KELOLAND’s Storm Center meteorologists will post the latest updates leading up the storm. 

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