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I-29 is still closed between Watertown and the North Dakota border. There are also no travel advisories on highways across the northeastern part of South Dakota.

A large tornado tore through southeastern Missouri before dawn on Wednesday, killing at least five people and causing widespread destruction as a broad swath of the Midwest and South kept a wary eye out for further storms that could spawn additional twisters and hail.

Tuesday night during severe weather a tornado touched down southeast of Pleasantville. The tornado damaged farms, bent street signs in half, and tore down power lines.

Some areas of northeastern KELOLAND are still dealing with blizzard conditions. Very strong north winds are present along with blowing snow. There’s not much in the way of new snow this afternoon.

An Aberdeen man is back behind bars for alleged sexual abuse of a child.

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