5 Things To Know – Tuesday, April 30, 2019

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Here are five things you need to know on this Tuesday evening:

Drug overdose warrant

We’re learning more about the investigation into three teenagers who overdosed on drugs earlier this month

Court papers say police found several bags of heroin and cocaine in the home where it happened.
You may remember one of the teens was supposed to be babysitting some younger children.
Police are looking for the children’s mother… and say the drugs were in 34-year-old Sonni Heminger’s closet.
Police haven’t been able to find her. There is a warrant for her arrest.

BREAKING: Verdict in Twin Cities case

A Minneapolis police officer has been convicted of murder in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman who approached his squad car after she called 911.

Mohamed Noor was charged in the July 2017 death of Justine Damond. She had called 911 just minutes before she was shot to report a possible sexual assault in the alley behind her home.

Developing story: The latest from the courtroom

Police looking for missing woman

Sioux Falls police say they have no leads on a missing woman who hasn’t been seen in over a week. They are asking you to keep an eye out for Kathryn Butler.

“We usually at this point have some type of leads or some type of information that the person may be around if they’re using their credit card speaking to family. In her case we haven’t found anything,” officer Sam Clemens said.

She drives a gold 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee with South Dakota plates.

Keystone XL drama

A western KELOLAND sheriff wants to be dismissed from a lawsuit challenging new state laws that aim to prevent demonstrations by Keystone XL pipeline opponents. Attorneys for Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom say he must enforce state laws but isn’t responsible for defending them. They also argue the lawsuit is baseless. The ACLU and Native American tribes say the legislation stifles free speech.

Busy business at Bobcat Bistro

High School students in Brookings are learning how much work it is to run your own business.

The Bobcat Bistro is run by students. Every Friday morning before school starts students sell their coffee and smoothies to staff. Coming up in Tuesday night’s Eye on KELOLAND, we see what lessons this teaches students.

BONUS: Your KELOLAND Live Doppler HD Forecast