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Suspects at-large after Sioux City residence armed robbery Video included

Authorities say they received a call about a possible robbery in progress on the 1600 block of West 19th Street. 


Hot and humid conditions are back Video included

After beautiful and cooler Wednesday, conditions will be turning hot and humid yet again as a warm front lifts through the region. 


Briar Cliff honors longest-tenured president Video included

"It's hard for me to even put into words," said Bev Wharton.


Tropical Storm Jose has some stuck on Nantucket Video included

Nantucket Nantucket

On the northern part of Nantucket, there is little to block the winds coming off the ocean brought in by Tropical Storm Jose - the storm that refuses to leave.  Perry Russom has more.


Open house next month for Virginia 103 Video included

Virginia 103 is part of Ho-Chunk's Virginia Square project.  


Table 32 set to open mid-October Video included

If you've driven down Virginia Street in downtown Sioux City, you may have seen new apartment buildings. 


Touchstone Healthcare Community in Sioux City challenging $5,000 fine Video included

A western Iowa nursing home plans to challenge a $5,000 fine and the potential loss of federal funding after the state issued a negative report about the quality of its dietary program. 


Storm Lake man charged with child endangerment after leaving child alone Video included

A Storm Lake, Iowa man was booked in jail, after police say they found his five year old daughter walking alone in the middle of the day.  


Rep. Steve King reacts to Trump UN speech on North Korea Video included

Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King said he liked President Trump's comments on North Korea his first day in front of the UN General Assembly Tuesday, calling them "bold" and "strong." 


Friday may be even warmer than Thursday Video included

Storm Team 4 Future Track Storm Team 4 Future Track

The mild weather we enjoyed on Wednesday is now a distant memory as highs today surged into the 80s while dew points rose into the 70s.


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