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The boil advisory has been lifted for Brunsville, IA

Residents in Brunsville no longer need to boil the water, according to Brunsville, Iowa Water Operator Rob VonHagel. More>>

A Sioux City woman pleads not guilty to stealing money while managing property in SSC, NE

41-year-old Melissa Edwards entered her plea Monday in U.S. District Court in Omaha. More>>

USDA will consolidate Madison County, Nebraska offices

The U.S. Agriculture Department is moving one of its service centers in northeast Nebraska from Battle Creek to Norfolk. More>>

Thousands of mourners pay respects to Michael Brown Video included

Thousands of mourners gathered at a St. Louis church Monday to pay respects to Michael Brown, the 18-year-old teenager who was shot by a police officer two weeks ago in Ferguson, Missouri, sparking more than a week of violent protest. More>>

Rail spur to "spur growth" in Southbridge Industrial Park Video included

The Sioux City City Council approved a contract to build a rail spur in the Southbridge Industrial Park. More>>

City leaders react to Frontier Airlines "seasonal shutdown" Video included

Frontier Airlines will be grounding flights at the end of October. Sioux City's airport director has described Frontier's decision to leave as a "seasonal shutdown." More>>

A colorful lesson for Sioux City stylists Video included

From dark violets to platinum blonde, some Sioux City hair stylists got a hands on lesson about color from one of the industry's best. From dark violets to platinum blonde, some Sioux City hair stylists got a hands on lesson about color from one of the industry's best.

For the past two days, the stylists at Belle Touche Salon and Spa in Sioux City worked with master colorist and stylist to the stars David Adams.

Sioux City woman faces drug, traffic charges after weekend high-speed chase

A Sioux City woman faces several charges following a high-speed chase through two Siouxland counties on Sunday night. More>>

Green Gables restaurant closes after 85-years in Sioux City

If you go to the Green Gables restaurant, at 18th and Pierce Streets, you're greeted by a sign on the front door that reads, "after 85 years, the Green Gables restaurant is closed... we have loved being a part of your lives." More>>

Fire causes extensive apartment damage in Sioux City Video included

Authorities are trying to figure out what started a fire that damaged a Sioux City apartment complex early Sunday. More>>

UPDATE: Brunsville residents need to continue to boil water

Boil Advisory: Residents in Brunsville, IA need to continue to boil their water until further notice. More>>

Ash tree killer confirmed in Story County

Officials say the destructive emerald ash borer has been confirmed in central Iowa's Story County. More>>

Iowa employers to pay less in unemployment taxes

Gov. Terry Branstad says Iowa employers will pay less in unemployment taxes in 2015. Branstad announced Monday the average unemployment tax rate will drop from 1.6 percent this year to 1.2 percent next year.

Headstones mark Nebraska graves of Civil War vets

New headstones mark the final Nebraska resting places of two veterans of the Civil War. The Norfolk Daily News says about 50 people gathered Sunday on a quiet hill at Best Cemetery west of Norfolk. More>>

All clear given at Fort Lee after active shooter incident

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Fort Lee officials have given the all clear at Fort Lee after reports of an active shooter on the post. More>>

Michael Brown's family prepares to lay him to rest Video included

After weeks of community protests, the family of Michael Brown is asking for silence and peace as they lay him to rest. More>>

Pilger Village Board to discuss property taxes for residents

Taxes will be the topic at a special meeting Monday night in Pilger, Nebraska. Taxes will be the topic at a special meeting Monday night in Pilger, Nebraska.

Taxes will be the topic at a special meeting Monday night in Pilger, Nebraska. More>>

Rockin' out for relief Video included

Thousands of Siouxlanders came together tonight to rock out for a great cause More>>

New medical technology is helping patients suffering from sinus disease Video included

Navigation systems can be a great tool for getting around unfamiliar places, like when you're traveling through a big city or trying to figure out which dirt road leads to grandpa's farm. Now, it's also being used by doctors. Helping them find the correct route when performing surgeries. KTIV's Brianna Clark shows us a new piece of equipment that's helping patients who are suffering from sinus disease.

Sioux City Journal celebrates 150th anniversary with new museum exhibit Video included

The Sioux City Journal is celebrating their 150th anniversary, and one downtown Sioux City landmark is looking back at the paper's storied career.  More>>

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