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Clean up begins in Dakota City Video included

Dakota City, Nebraska officials were up at the crack of dawn on Monday, assessing the damage from Sunday's storm. More>>

PHOTOS: Severe weather damage in Siouxland on August 31, 2014 Video included

Courtesy: Phil Marchand ?@firePHIL_SCFR - Trees down blocking roads on Old Lakeport. Straight line wind damage!! Courtesy: Phil Marchand ?@firePHIL_SCFR - Trees down blocking roads on Old Lakeport. Straight line wind damage!!

Sunday night, the communities of Dakota City, Nebraska and Sergeant. Bluff, Iowa dealing with the aftermath of strong winds. 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>>

Storms roll through Midwest with strong winds

A storm spotter remains hospitalized in Sioux City after lightning struck him as storms moved across several Midwest states.
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Sioux City holding pickup for tree limbs following storm

Sioux City Officials say that because of damage in the areas south of Singing Hills and east of Lakeport Road they will pick up tree limbs curbside.
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Crawford County, Iowa residents deal with high winds and flooded roads Sunday night Video included

A creek has flooded over just north of Denison, Iowa in the location of Highway 141 and Highway 59. More>>

Siouxland woman is helping patients get their swallow back

A medical device that's typically used during physical or occupational therapy is now FDA approved to be used on patients who are having issues swallowing. In HealthBeat4, KTIV's Brianna Clark introduces us to a Siouxlander who's changing lives with this device. More>>

Gas prices help holiday travel Video included

An improving economy and lower gas prices could help make this the busiest Labor Day travel weekend in nearly a decade. More>>

Proposed gun range finally ready to build, one year after ground break Video included

In the fall of 2013, Sioux Sioux City, Nebraska officials celebrated with a start-up business as they broke ground in a developing commercial area. One year later, construction on Calibr8, the proposed gun range and event center, hasn't begun.  More>>

Siouxland splashes into art Video included

Some Siouxlanders are taking a splash into the world of art this weekend for the 21st annual Art Center's ArtSplash. KTIV's Brianna Clark was at Sioux City's Riverside Park, as day one of the event kicked off. More>>

Hard Rock prepares for concert after downpour Video included

After Friday's downpour, the outdoor grounds were left soggy and muddy. More>>

Some Sioux City residents aren't happy with the loud music coming from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in downtown Video included

With numerous facebook, twitter and phone calls to Sioux City police, Hard Rock representatives say they're trying to get it right. More>>

Signs of drug use in teens Video included

It's a busy and exciting time now that school is back in session for Siouxland kids. More>>

INFORMATION: 21st Annual Art Center's ArtSplash this weekend

The Art Center's ArtSplash will be making a splash in Sioux City this weekend. More>>

A jury convicts two brothers Friday in federal court of several crimes committed in Siouxland

Both Levon and Jamal Dean were each charged with ten criminal counts including robbery and carjacking. More>>

Strange formation at bottom of Utah irrigation pond baffles farmers and scientists Video included

Farmers in southern Utah are scratching their heads and trying to figure out what caused an unusual phenomenon in an irrigation pond.
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Templeton Rye will add clarity of Indiana origins

Executives at Templeton Rye say they will change labels on bottles of their celebrated whiskey to be clear the alcohol is distilled in Indiana, not Iowa. More>>

Is "Vampire Power" Sucking You Dry? Video included

Hidden energy costs can inflate your electricity bill. 
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SUV plows into Seattle hair salon, pinning mother and child. Video included

 SUV plows into Seattle hair salon, pinning mother and child.

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Norfolk reaches agreement with Budget Inn owners on building demolition Video included

A Norfolk building that's stood vacant for almost two years after being damaged by a fire will soon finally be demolished. More>>

Sioux City shooting range stresses safety, proper training Video included

At the Yards Shooting Range, in Sioux City, employees say safety always comes first. When customers enter, guns must be in a case, and unloaded with the magazine out. More>>

PHOTOS: Police investigate a robbery at Walmart in Le Mars, Iowa Thursday morning Video included

Authorities say at approximately 1:45 a.m., a man approached a Walmart employee and claimed to be armed with a knife. More>>

PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: Siouxlanders SHARE their ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

People across the country and right here in Siouxland have been spreading awareness and donating money to ALS by participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge. More>>

Portrait of former Gov. Bill Janklow hung at USD

A portrait of former South Dakota Gov. Bill Janklow now hangs in Farber Hall at the University of South Dakota. The portrait by Watertown artist Joshua Spies depicts Janklow at the latter end of his career, giving one of his 16 state-of-the-state addresses. It joins portraits of nine other former governors who attended USD.Janklow attended the school in the 1970s, studying law. He went on to serve as attorney general, governor and U.S. congressman. Janklow died of brain cancer in 2012, at the... More>>

USDA launches new dairy insurance program

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says dairy farmers can begin signing up Sept. 2 for a new program that replaces old subsidies. The program is a kind of insurance that pays farmers when the difference between milk prices and feed prices shrink to a certain level. It replaces a program that paid farmers when milk prices sank too low.Dairy farmers have struggled in recent years even with good milk prices. Feed costs have risen because of demand for corn from the ethanol industry and recen... More>>

Omaha police say "COPS" audio supervisor was caught in crossfire during armed robbery shootout Video included

An audio technician for the long-running reality show "COPS" is dead after being caught in the crossfire of a police shootout in Omaha, Nebraska. More>>

5 school group continue to discuss expanding course offerings

Five northeast Nebraska rural school districts continue to discuss potential course offerings should they decide to merge in the future. More>>

Texas father accused of gunning down drunk driver who killed his two sons acquitted of murder Video included

A Texas father accused of gunning down the drunk driver who killed his two sons shortly after the accident has been acquitted of murder. More>>

Sioux City police search for witness to alleged kidnapping

Sioux City police need your help finding a witness to a kidnapping that happened back on August 2nd. More>>

Some Siouxland students will get supplies for school Video included

Some students in Siouxland will be get some goodies, Thursday. The Norm Waitt Senior YMCA will be giving out 116,000 pencils to all of the elementary schools in Sioux City and South Sioux City.End to end, all those pencils would stretch almost 14 miles! More>>

Rep. Braley discusses college affordability with local students Video included

U.S. Senate candidate Bruce Braley stopped by Western Iowa Tech on Wednesday, to talk about ways to make college more affordable. More>>

Siouxland law enforcement agencies benefit from military surplus program Video included

As the investigation into the death of Michael Brown continues in Ferguson, Missouri, many across the country are asking questions about the military equipment that was used by law enforcement in the resulting protests. It's prompted a look into the Department of Justice's 1033 program. More>>

Students give Sioux City superintendent a lesson in technology Video included

Students at West Middle School have found a high-tech way to "lighten" the school day.
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UPDATE: Deer crashes into a window at a downtown restaurant Video included

Around 1:30 p.m., a deer crashed into a window at Rebos, a downtown Sioux City restaurant. More>>

CONSUMER ALERT: Con artists trick consumers and businesses at the same time

There's a massive counterfeit check scam all started when con artists got access to one check from one legitimate company. More>>

UPDATE: COPS TV show audio technician dies, hit by police fire Video included

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Gunfire on Dodge Street Tuesday night left a robbery suspect dead and law enforcement sources have told WOWT 6 News the COPS television show audio technician critically wounded has died, hit by bullets fired by police. More>>

Heavy rainfall Wednesday morning stranded a number of vehicles around Siouxland

Heavy rainfall Wednesday morning stranded a number of vehicles around Siouxland. More>>

9-year-old girl fatally shoots firearms instructor while firing fully-automatic Uzi Video included

An Arizona man is dead following an accidental shooting at a Dolan Springs gun range. More>>

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