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UPDATE: SCPD identifies drowning victim at Marina

The Sioux City Police Department have identified the victim as 34-year old Allen Clay of Sioux City.


3 victims recovered from Missouri River Video included

Officials started early Saturday morning on the Sioux City side of the river at Chris Larson Park.


Bergdahl could get life in prison for endangering comrades

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will appear before a military judge Monday to learn his punishment for endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan. 


Hurricanes that slammed into Puerto Rico impacts Siouxland Students Video included

It has been just over a month since Hurricane Maria slammed into the island of Puerto Rico.


Windy Monday kicks off roller coaster work week Video included

Gorgeous fall weather returned to Siouxland Sunday.


Three teenagers arrested for involvement in multiple Siouxland burglaries Video included

Several suspects involved in a string of burglaries in Sioux City and South Sioux City, Nebraska, have been arrested. 


Jason Aldean releases 'I Won't Back Down' for charity


Jason Aldean has released his cover of 'I Won't Back Down' to help victims of the Las Vegas shooting. More>>

Shawn Johnson reveals pregnancy, miscarriage in emotional video


Iowa’s golden girl, Shawn Johnson, revealed she recently suffered a miscarriage in a heartbreaking and emotional video posted on YouTube.  


Sunshine and mild temperatures return to close the weekend Video included

The work week was full of sunshine and warm temperatures but Saturday was a different story.


Iowa teachers' union collective bargaining lawsuit dismissed

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Iowa's largest teachers union challenging a new law that eliminated most collective bargaining rights for public workers. More>>

3 small earthquakes recorded in northern Oklahoma

The U.S. Geological Survey reports three small earthquakes have been recorded in northern Oklahoma. More>>

Bishop Heelan honors former student with memorial garden Video included

A lasting memorial to an outstanding young woman was planted at Bishop Heelan High School on Friday. 


Former Boston Police Chief talks about importance of crisis plan in Siouxland Video included

When the Boston Marathon bombings happened on April 15,  2013, the Boston Police Department and first responders were prepared on what to do.  


LAMB Arts announces intent to buy and renovate historic building in downtown Sioux City Video included

LAMB Arts Regional Theatre announces "625 Douglas" project. LAMB Arts Regional Theatre announces "625 Douglas" project.

Founders of LAMB Arts Regional Theatre and School in Sioux City, Diana and Russ Wooley, have announced a capital campaign to buy and renovate a historic building at 625 Douglas Friday morning.


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