Authorities say a fire that caused half a million dollars in damage to Yankton, South Dakota's Colonial Inn Motel was intentionally set. A person of interest that was captured on camera shortly before the fire broke out.
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Authorities believe Joshua Hudson used a blacksmith hammer to kill his uncle, 46-year-old Todd Hudson. His body was found in a mobile home in Yankton, South Dakota.
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A homicide investigation is underway in Yankton, South Dakota. It all started Friday morning. A female called the Yankton Police Department on the non-emergency line. She asked them to check on the welfare of a man who lived at 1100 East 8th Street, lot number 8.
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