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Obama expected to announce US sanctions on Russia

President Barack Obama is expected to announce a new round of U.S. sanctions against Russia Tuesday. More>>

READY 4 THE BELL: Iowa's tax free weekend is only days away

This years shopping treat runs August 1st and 2nd. This means that for two days you won't have to pay tax on certain clothing and shoes under a hundred dollars.

Salvation Army of Siouxland gets giant donation from Cargill, Inc.

Feeding hungry people is one of the many missions for the Salvation Army of Siouxland; and now, because of a "giant" donation, it's continuing to do just that. More>>

Union and Lincoln County, SD residents with June flood damage are urged to call 211 for assistance

Lincoln and Union county residents with flood damage from the June 13-20 storms are urged to call 211 and make an appointment with a disaster-recovery case manager. More>>

Storm Lake nursing home fined after woman's fall

A Storm Lake nursing home has been fined more than $31,000 after an incident in which a woman fell on her head while being transferred onto a bed and later died from the injury. More>>

New Mexico teen invents key-fob device that reminds parents their child is in the car Video included

The city of Albuquerque, New Mexico has honored an Eldorado High School student for inventing a device with life-saving potential. More>>

A forensic team works to identify the bodies from the MH17 crash in Ukraine Video included

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MH17 investigators in Ukraine and the Netherlands certainly have their work cut out for them.

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.

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>>

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

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>>

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>>

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