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Rider dies on RAGBRAI Monday near Graettinger, IA

A participant in an annual bicycle ride across Iowa has died due to a medical condition. More>>

Social Services Department moves to new home on Tri-View Ave in Sioux City

It was a unanimous decision by the Woodbury Board of Supervisors to move the Social Services department from the basement of the county courthouse to a larger location on Tri-View Avenue earlier this year. More>>

Jay Leno is set to perform in Sioux City to benefit Girls Inc.

Jay Leno will be performing at the Sioux City Orpheum Theater on November 2 to benefit Girls Inc.
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Yankton man sentenced for assaulting girlfriend

A Yankton man accused of trying to kill his girlfriend has been sentenced to 13 and a half years in the State Penitentiary. More>>

Tracking of Great White sharks reveals surprising facts Video included

For the past year, Mote Marine scientists have made all new discoveries about Great White sharks. More>>

VIDEO: Take a ride on the world's biggest slide! Video included

It's nearly 170 feet tall and takes you mostly straight down.
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Train carrying bodies of MH17 victims heads across Ukraine Video included

A train carrying 282 bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 arrived in Kharkiv, Ukraine, getting the bodies one step closer to their grieving families around the world. More>>

Investigators continue to look into what caused a fire at a home in Sioux City early Tuesday morning Video included

Sioux City Fire and Rescue crews were called to a house fire at 2837 2nd St. around 1:30 Tuesday morning. More>>

Leaders hope rail grant 'spurs' economic development

After receiving millions in federal grant money for a rail spur in the Southbridge Industrial Park, Sioux City is ready to move forward with construction. More>>

Cone Park on thin ice with some city council members Video included

Committee members say public input has steered them towards using a $2.7 million donation to build an ice skating rink in downtown Sioux City.  The money has to be used for a park.  However, some local leaders said an ice skating rink doesn't match the community's needs. More>>

Train, semi collide in Dakota County, NE Video included

Dakota County deputies say the semi's cab had cleared the tracks at an uncontrolled crossing near the intersection of 225th Street and Highway 77. The side dump trailer was still in the crossing.
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