KOTG: Fatal crash in Sioux Falls; Preventing dog attacks on mail carriers; Mother and daughter graduate from SDSU

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Police in Sioux Falls are investigating a weekend crash that killed two people on the east side of the city.


Federal authorities say a Waubay woman, accused of stealing money from an American Indian agency, has been sentenced to more than two years in prison.


Avera is inviting the workers to their Helmsley Telehealth Education Center. The center is a space for people in the medical community to learn new skills. Avera recently hosted an airway training program.



Letter carriers across the country suffered thousands of dog bites in 2020. That’s what a USPS program aims to prevent. The Dog Paw Program first launched in the Dakotas and Montana in November, and now the rollout continues.


Sunday brought the last two graduation ceremonies of the year for students at SDSU. It was an especially unique moment for a couple of graduates from the College of Nursing.


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