The Iowa Medical Examiners Office ruled Esther Neunaber's death a homicide, but final result of Donald Neunaber's autopsy are not yet complete. More>>
Witnesses heard a loud boom just before 9 p.m. in Arthur, Iowa. More>>
A program serving both the city and school district in Storm Lake now have the facelift they've wanted for the last 25 years. More>>
As the shovels break ground for the first time at Buena Vista Regional Medical Center, a 26 million dollar two-year addition is set in motion, bringing about the change that CEO Rob Colerick says they need to stay competitive. More>>
Organizers say it's "The Best 5 Days of Summer" with 4-H exhibits, Entertainment in the Pioneer Village and Grand Stand, Kids Stage and so much more.
The years long fight over laws prohibiting secretly filmed documentation of animal abuse is moving from state legislatures to federal courts as laws in Utah and Idaho face constitutional challenges. More>>
More and more counties in the state of Iowa are moving towards texting programs for the public to report crimes as they happen, including one northwest Iowa county. More>>
Decorah's injured eagle is doing well after surgery. More>>
When you think of cutting grass the first that that comes to mind is a lawn mower.But in Lake View, Iowa the mower looks a lot different, and the lawn is filled with water. More>>
When you hear "archaeological survey,"thoughts of far away places like the Egyptian Pyramids may come to mind.
However, right here in Sioux City, experts hope to dig up some buried treasure of their own. It could link Sioux City to an important part of the past.
Tuesday in the ongoing legal battle to keep Sioux City's Argosy Casino afloat the operator, Belle of Sioux City, replied to Monday's motions from two parties to deny the Argosy's stay. More>>
"These heartbreaking events aren't the last word. I think it was important to be reminded of that hope that God calls us to in the future," Reverend Greg Clapper said. More>>
The weekend-long events commemorating the crash of Flight 232 were about togetherness and remembrance for many, as they reflected on the devastation of that day. But for one woman, it was about coming to Sioux City for the first time, and answering questions she's had for 25 years. More>>
A participant in an annual bicycle ride across Iowa has died due to a medical condition. More>>
It was a unanimous decision by the Woodbury Board of Supervisors to move the Social Services department from the basement of the county courthouse to a larger location on Tri-View Avenue earlier this year. More>>
After receiving millions in federal grant money for a rail spur in the Southbridge Industrial Park, Sioux City is ready to move forward with construction. More>>
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