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Corn continues to smolder inside northwest Iowa co-op storage building Video included

Workers are trying to save a massive amount of corn after they noticed it smoldering inside the storage building of a northwest Iowa co-op, Monday night. More>>

Woodbury County supervisors approve additional nursing staff at jail Video included

The Woodbury County Supervisors made an 80,000 dollar decision Tuesday regarding staff at the Woodbury County Jail.  More>>

Orphan Grain Train, Norfolk business provide church building to Pilger, BE congregation Video included

The St John's Lutheran Church was one of several public buildings destroyed in Pilger, Nebraska during the June 16 storm, with only the bell tower left as a reminder of the parish's existence.

Clean-up continues in Sergeant Bluff after Sunday night storms Video included

Sunday night's storm hit some places harder than others. Sergeant Bluff was one of those places... More>>

RAW VIDEO: Woodbury County Courthouse security controversy continues Video included

Woodbury Supervisor Larry Clausen spoke a few minutes off the agenda to address misinformation on the recent changes to the Woodbury County Courthouse Security. More>>

CENTSABLE HEALTH: September is rice month Video included

September is rice month. Fareway Foods registered dietitian Whitney Packebush shows us different varieties of rice you can find on store shelves. More>>

Riverside Pool hosts pooch paddle in Sioux City

Now, that Labor Day is over, all pools in Sioux City are now closed, including Riverside. More>>

Wells Enterprises will close its ice cream plant in St. George, Utah, moving production to Le Mars

Officials say, "This decision will enable the Company to optimize its existing capacity in Le Mars, Iowa to more efficiently serve customers and support Wells' long-term growth strategy." More>>

Centers for Disease Control Director Dr. Tom Frieden warns the Ebola epidemic is "spiraling out of control" Video included

Just weeks after two American missionaries infected with Ebola walked out of Emory University Hospital, smiling and in recovery, a third still in Liberia has fallen ill with the deadly virus. More>>

Dakota City, NE storm clean up update

Dakota City, Nebraska officials said due to the high volume of debris in Dakota City from the storm there will be an additional trash pickup on Wednesday, September 3 from Gill Hauling.

Trial to begin in slaying of Rockwell City officer

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday for a 33-year-old man charged with killing a Rockwell City police officer. More>>

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