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Winter storm moves in Saturday Video included

Snow has ended across Siouxland for our Friday but we're not done with it just yet as we're tracking a stronger winter storm to arrive by the weekend. We'll catch a break in the wintry weather as high pressure briefly keeps us quiet for today.

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Sioux City procedures for a snow emergency

When a snow emergency is in effect, there are certain parking rules that must be followed in Sioux City.

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Mueller files new charge against Paul Manafort

Special counsel Robert Mueller is accusing President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman of secretly paying former European politicians to lobby on behalf of Ukraine. 

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Snow Emergency in Sioux City set to begin at midnight

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Sioux City Mayor Bob Scott has declared a snow emergency will begin effective midnight on Saturday. 

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White House locked down after vehicle strikes barrier

The White House is on lockdown after a passenger vehicle struck a security barrier. 

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Craft brewing overhaul passes through South Dakota Senate

A bill to ease a state production limit and other regulations on microbreweries passed unanimously Thursday through the Senate A bill to ease a state production limit and other regulations on microbreweries passed unanimously Thursday through the Senate

A bill to ease a state production limit and other regulations on microbreweries passed unanimously Thursday through the Senate. Gov. Dennis Daugaard has pushed for the brewing overhaul, saying state regulations are stifling the industry. Tony Venhuizen, the governor's chief of staff, says Daugaard believes the bill gives microbrewers the "tools they need to grow and thrive." Its passage comes after competing microbrewing me...

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2 charges filed ahead of Gates' guilty plea

Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed two charges in advance of a scheduled guilty plea by a former top adviser to President Donald Trump's campaign. 

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Iowa appeals court rules against 3 wind turbines

The state appeals court has ruled that a company built three wind turbines in violation of a county zoning ordinance in northeast Iowa The state appeals court has ruled that a company built three wind turbines in violation of a county zoning ordinance in northeast Iowa

The state appeals court has ruled that a company built three wind turbines in violation of a county zoning ordinance in northeast Iowa

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South Sioux City officials declare snow emergency for Saturday

Officials in South Sioux City, Nebraska, have declared a snow emergency for Saturday. 

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Ricketts encourages NRA to hold convention in Nebraska

Gov. Pete Ricketts is encouraging the National Rifle Association to hold its annual convention in Nebraska after one of Dallas' top elected officials urged the group to find another location. 

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Omaha officials unveil online snowplow tracker

City officials in eastern Nebraska have unveiled a new online map that tracks snowplows and updates residents on which streets have -- or have not -- been cleared. 

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Internet-famous eagle lays her 1st egg of the year

A famed Iowa bald eagle watched worldwide on the internet has laid its first egg of the year. 

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Authorities say man drove drunk with 7 kids in SUV

Prosecutors say a Grand Island man driving drunk with seven children in a sport utility vehicle is facing 18 felony and misdemeanor counts. 

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Campaign manager departs Iowa governor's staff amid primary

The campaign manager for Gov. Kim Reynolds has left her staff months before the contested Republican primary election. 

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Dozens show up at the Sioux City Public Museum to talk about mental health services Video included

Dozens of people show up at the Sioux City Public Museum on Monday night to talk about mental health services in the area.  

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BVU implements action plan to encourage community engagement from students Video included

Buena Vista University has joined more than 450 institutions, nationwide, that have committed to implementing a Civic Action Plan as part of its ongoing commitment to encourage community engagement. The Civil Action Plan presents more than 60 short-term and long-term recommendations for changes that will enable BVU to advance its commitment to community engagement. "The plan not only further solidifies our commitment to the Storm Lake community but also extends to other communit... More>>

LAKES AREA NEWS: Wills proposes bill to ban unauthorized use of aquatic herbicides in lakes Video included

State Representative John Wills, of Spirit Lake, told constituents at a recent legislative forum the bill would establish a $1,000 fine against anyone caught spreading aquatic herbicides who is not properly certified.

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Emergency crews take steps ahead of time to get around obstacles of winter weather Video included

All of these preparations help to make sure that calls are answered even when Old Man Winter is threatening.

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South Dakota Senate votes down Yankton casino plan

South Dakota senators have voted down a measure that would have put a proposed casino complex in Yankton on the November ballot.

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East High student selected to represent Sioux City at Journalism and Media Conference

A East High School student has been selected to represent Sioux City at the 2018 Washington Journalism and Media Conference.

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New charges brought against ex-Trump campaign associates

Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed additional charges against President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and a business associate. 

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South Sioux City School District to allow students to participate in national walkout in March

The South Sioux City School District will allow students to participate in a national walkout this March. 

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Yankton School District to have early out due to weather

Officials with the Yankton School District say they will be letting classes out early today due to the weather.

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Few Medicaid bills at play in Iowa Capitol this session

Iowa lawmakers have faced pressure to improve the state's privatized Medicaid program amid reports of problems, but that hasn't translated into a lot of related legislation so far this session. 

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