5 Things You Need To Know For Tuesday Sioux Falls
5 Things For Tuesday
Two teenagers who police say robbed a girl at gunpoint were arrested in eastern Sioux Falls on Monday night.
The robbery apparently took place around 5:30pm on Monday a at residence on East 18th Street.
A girl said the two teens stole a cell phone after knocking on her door and showing a gun.
The two teens were apprehended around the area of 1400 S. Bahnson Ave. One of the teens was carrying a gun.
TV Star Writes About Mount Rushmore
Soap opera actor Richard Ceresai, from 'General Hospital', has written a book about his parents' work on Mount Rushmore.
Ceresai's father was a sculptor who worked on Mount Rushmore in 1940. The book is titled "Love Letters from Mount Rushmore: The Story of a Marriage, a Monument, and a Moment in History."
You can find the book for about $30 bucks at most book stores.
South Dakota Free Fishing & Camping
he Department of Game, Fish and Parks says its annual open house is this weekend, May 17-19.
You can fish without a license anywhere in the state, and entrance fees are waived for everyone visiting South Dakota's state parks.
South Dakota has some of the best state parks in the nation. Enjoy!
Tuesday Weather From the NWS
More 'Road Rage' in America
A roadside assistance service company called AutoVantage just released the results of a survey on the state of ROAD RAGE in America in 2014 . . . and compared what they found to their results from the same survey in 2009.
Here's how road rage has evolved over the past five years . . .
1. We've lost our composure. Honking is up 12%, cursing at other drivers is up 8%, SHAKING OUR FISTS at other drivers is up 4%, and giving the finger to other drivers is up 3%.
2. We're driving safer . . . mostly. Talking on your phone while driving is down 15%, speeding is down 12%, eating and driving is down 12%, and tailgating is down 6%. But texting and driving is up 9%.
3. Houston is now the top road rage city in the U.S. Portland, Oregon is the most polite.