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Officials are concerned that an ebola outbreak in West Africa may make it's way to the U.S.

Now that two Americans have been diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, U.S. officials are warning anyone traveling there to steer clear of people who may be infected. More>>

Company turns waste into opportunity for autistic workers Video included

A Colorado company turns electronic waste into opportunities for autistic workers. A Colorado company turns electronic waste into opportunities for autistic workers.

A Colorado company turns electronic waste into opportunities for autistic workers. More>>

Nebraska workshops to educate teachers about bats

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The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Fulbright's EcoLeadership Program have scheduled two educator workshops on bats.

Omaha couple die in rollover crash near West Point

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An Omaha couple have been killed in a rollover crash near West Point, Nebraska. The Cuming County Sheriff's Office says the crash site was found Monday morning about two miles south of West Point, just off U.S. Highway 275. More>>

Sioux City celebrates American Pop Corn Company's 100-Years in business Video included

“Being in Sioux City is a perfect place for us for some many reasons, but mostly because it's home,” said Garry Smith, American Pop Corn Company President. More>>

Final city payment to Hard Rock waiting on occupancy permit

Officials in the city's finance department say per their agreement with Sioux City Entertainment, the final $5.5 million payment won't be released until the casino meets its final benchmark, an occupancy permit allowing it to open. More>>

Sioux City woman charged with stealing from federal program

A Sioux City woman is accused of stealing thousands in government money and property. More>>

Wynot, NE man charged with sexual assault of teen

Authorities have a arrested a registered sex offender in Stanton County, Nebraska, that they believe had inappropriate contact with a minor. More>>

Attorney: Kristen Smith miscarried child, had permission to take baby Video included

As Kristen Smith's federal kidnapping trial begins, her attorney says Smith had permission to take her teenage half-sister's baby from Beloit in February, but says a subsequent police search for infant Kayden Powell caused Smith to "panic" in Iowa.. More>>

Tyson plans to acquire Hillshire Brands Company

Tyson Foods is the second-largest employer in Cherokee. But on Friday, the company announced it will close the Cherokee plant in 60 days. More>>

Algae limits activities at one NE Nebraska lake Video included

Activities are limited at one Siouxland lake due to a common yet toxic algae. Willow Creek Lake in Pierce, Nebraska is under a health advisory due to toxic levels of blue-green algae. More>>

Special law enforcement effort in Nebraska results in almost 100 officer contacts Video included

The Nebraska State Patrol partnered with officers from the Norfolk Police Division and Madison County Sheriff's office in the effort on Saturday, which used the Patrol helicopter for high visibility patrols.

Sioux City schools donate desks, shelves to Wisner-Pilger schools to stock portable classrooms Video included

A school that was destroyed in a tornado over the summer is finally getting a little bit of life back this fall; and, it's all thanks to the end of an era at another Siouxland school district. More>>

AERIALS: Tornado causes damage in Revere, Massachusetts Video included

The National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down Monday in Revere, Massachusetts.

Grain storage space a problem in parts of SD

Rail congestion and large crops are leading to worries about grain storage space as South Dakota's harvest gets underway.

Prison sentencing errors to be costly for Nebraska

Nebraska prison officials say the errors made in calculating sentences for hundreds of inmates will cost the state at least $4 million, but at least one lawmaker says the cost is likely to be higher.

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