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Man, daughter accused of locking man in grain bin

A South Dakota man and his daughter from California face kidnapping charges after allegedly locking the woman's husband in a grain bin in Iowa following a domestic dispute. More>>

President Obama comments on the murder of journalist James Foley

President Barack Obama condemned the killing of journalist James Foley Wednesday, saying that "the entire world is appalled" by the execution carried out by ISIS militants. More>>

Plymouth County Sheriff released autopsy results that Donald Neunaber died of natural causes

On July 9, the bodies of Donald and Esther Neunaber were discovered by family members at their home in rural Akron, Iowa.

Iowa State University battles housing shortage

Iowa State University has turned away more than 200 applications for on-campus living due to a housing shortage.The Des Moines Register reports that nearly 12,500 students signed up to live on campus this fall. University officials are now planning to build another residence hall due to the record number of housing applications.More than 400 students will temporarily live in makeshift dorm rooms set up in the common spaces of residence halls. The university also leased space in several apartm... More>>

Sioux City man fails to return to work release facility

A Sioux City man, who's serving a 15-year sentence for the brutal beating of a boy at a local bus stop, has failed to return to a local work release facility. More>>

Protests take place without violent clashes that have marred previous gatherings Video included

Calm prevailed overnight in Ferguson, Missouri. Protesters still took to the streets, but the violent clashes with police that marred previous marches was absent. More>>

PHOTOS: Thunderstorms and rain produced small hail in Siouxland

Courtesy: Marie and Mickey Haider, Sergeant Bluff, Iowa hail Courtesy: Marie and Mickey Haider, Sergeant Bluff, Iowa hail

After many of you were awakened by some thunder and falling hail Wednesday morning, we'll see this morning's activity wrap up by lunch time at the latest.

Voters to decide on financing plan for Wayne's public pool project

Wayne voters will decide on financing plan for public pool on November ballot. Wayne voters will decide on financing plan for public pool on November ballot.

Tuesday night, the Wayne City Council approved a plan to construct a new pool at the community activity center.  More>>

Nebraska ACT scores top national average

A new report says Nebraska's 2014 high school graduates scored higher on the ACT college entrance exam than students nationally and better than the state's 2013 graduates. The Nebraska Education Department says Nebraska's average ACT composite score was 21.7, seven-tenths of a point higher than the national average of 21.0 out of a possible score of 36. Nebraska's 2013 figure was 21.5.Statewide, 17,768 graduating seniors took the test, or 86 percent. That's up from 84 percent last year.Most M... More>>

ISIS Militants appear to have taken their first American victim Video included

The ISIS militants who've terrorized Iraq appear to have killed their first American victim. More>>

Climate change could mean more ticks, mosquitoes

Along with weather extremes including floods and drought, experts say a warmer Iowa climate also could boost the population of ticks, mosquitoes and fire ants and make poison ivy more potent. More>>

Local leaders take the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise funds, awareness of ALS Video included

The Southern Hills Hy-Vee was happy to host the "Ice Bucket Challenge," which was put to the Sioux City City Council by KTIV's Station Manager Bridget Breen.

Storm Lake emergency agencies hold mock crisis drill Video included

If you were in Storm Lake this evening, you probably noticed plenty of sirens and flashing lights throughout the community. Don't worry, it was just a drill. More>>

Sapp's attorney wants interviews and text messages excluded from murder trial

The Attorney defending a northwest Iowa day care provider charged with murder is asking that interviews and text messages taken when she was detained in Minnehaha County, South Dakota be thrown out. More>>

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