KOTG: Hit-and-run victim speaks out; Local radio art show; 83-year-old gardens for Feeding Brookings

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A Sioux Falls family is asking for the public’s help to find the person connected with a hit and run that injured a pregnant woman.

A recent robbery has Sioux Falls police encouraging people to use safe meet up locations when selling items online.

The IPSO Gallery downtown is pivoting from its traditional format. Instead of inviting the public to their gallery space next to the Icon Lounge, they’re inviting them to listen in to the radio.

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A retired Brookings farmer is using his nearly eight decades of gardening experience to help those in need. 83-year-old Carl Madsen and his volunteer crew spent Tuesday morning planting potatoes for Feeding Brookings.

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