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5 things to know this morning

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Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. Fund set up for families of apartment fire victims in Sioux Falls

A fund has been established for the families of a woman and a child who were killed in an apartment fire Tuesday morning.

2. Mother of five who died in house fire called a hero

We're learning more about Sulmi Guerra Sandoval, the mother of five was babysitting two of her own children and two other kids when a fire broke out on the first floor of a split-level apartment. Sulmi was able to lower three children out of a window to passersby, but when she went back in to save two-year-old Eli Galicia, she never returned.

3. Images show expansion of NKorea's nuclear complex

Satellite images show new construction at a plutonium production reactor at a nuclear complex in North Korea that was shut down in 2007. Once operational, the reactor is capable of producing six kilograms of plutonium a year.

4. 2 with gang ties sought in Colo. murders

Authorities are looking for two alleged members of a white supremacist prison gang after their name was brought up during an investigation in the murder of Tom Clements. At this time, the men are not being called suspects in the killing of the Colorado prison chief.

5. Sioux Falls gets $300K for affordable housing program

Sioux Falls gets quite a gift, $300,000 in an effort to create more affordable and safer housing in the city. The $300,000 Sioux Falls is received is part of a larger commitment of nearly $2 million to improve the affordable housing situation statewide. 

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