I hope everyone is out enjoying the nice 70-degree, gorgeous weather in KELOLAND. On the night beat at 10, Ben Dunsmoor takes us to the streets of downtown Sioux Falls and talks to people and business owners about the traditional ‘First Friday.’ The first Friday of the month, downtown businesses have special promotions and stay open later. Authorities are investigating a crash that happened this evening. A car was west bound on I-90 when the driver lost control, going over the bridge viaduct, crashing onto I-229 below. Two victims,
a female driver and a male passenger, were taken to the hospital with undisclosed injures. Both were conscious when crews arrived at the scene. Also at 10, Austin Hoffmann takes you to Mount Rushmore and introduces you to the newest employee, a bomb dog named Aba. She is the fourth bomb sniffing dog the park has had. And finally, flooding is still and issue in parts of South Dakota. Erich Schaffhauser talks to homeowners in Waubay about the devastation and reality they are facing. Bitter Lake doesn’t have an outlet so as it rises, it doesn’t go back down. Hear about the turmoil on KELOLAND News at 10.