KOTG: Rapid City homicide suspect arrested; Dogs in stolen car found safe; College student saves teens from crash

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Authorities have arrested a man suspected of killing an 82-year-old woman in Rapid City.

The suspect in another South Dakota homicide has turned himself in. 38-year-old Phillip Pond was wanted in the shooting of Justin Little Hawk in Pine Ridge last November.  

The search by Sioux Falls Police for a stolen vehicle and two missing dogs, has a happy ending.

We have learned the names of the 4 people who died in a crash two miles west of Wagner, South Dakota last Tuesday night.

This past week we introduced you to Isaac Corado and Jennah Simphaly, two teenagers who were in a serious head-on collision crash on February 11 in Sioux Falls.

The timetable for legalizing medical marijuana in South Dakota was a focus of Saturday’s Legislative Coffee in Sioux Falls.

During last week’s bitter cold, some people in KELOLAND temporarily lost power because of rolling blackouts. The head of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at SDSU says those temporary outages are a preventative measure, meant to avoid an uncontrolled blackout that can be the result of too much electrical demand and not enough supply.

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