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Man stabs four in Sioux City

Officials say a North Carolina man in Sioux City is accused of allegedly stabbing four individuals. More>>

KTIV wins Emmy awards

KTIV took home Emmys for Weekday evening newscast and Weekend newscast. More>>

Two Siouxland Health Centers get HHS funds to expand care

Two health centers in Siouxland are among 12 in Iowa that are getting money from Washington to increase access to primary care. More>>

What's next for Fisherman's Wharf's location in Okoboji?

Next door to Fisherman's Wharf is Mau Marine, a boat dealer in Okoboji, Iowa.  It's this business that owns and leases out the restaurant's property and is responsible for making the final decision to not renew the lease. More>>

Famous Fisherman's Wharf closing in Okoboji Video included

Many Okoboji residents are preparing for a sad weekend as one of the town's most beloved restaurants closes it's doors. More>>

Invention to stop Zebra Mussels at the Iowa Great Lakes Video included

Zebra Mussels are a constant worry for conservation officials in the Iowa Great Lakes Area. More>>

Clay County, Iowa Fair sights and sounds Video included

From livestock to food from around the world, "The World's Greatest County Fair" is underway in Spencer, Iowa.
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River-fication education event teaches kids about the Missouri River Video included

Sixth graders from Sioux City and South Sioux's public school districts got the hands-on lesson about the Mighty Mo. Sixth graders from Sioux City and South Sioux's public school districts got the hands-on lesson about the Mighty Mo.

It was a hands-on lesson for some Siouxland students Friday morning. They learned about different areas of STEM, or science, technology, engineering, and math during the River-fication education event.
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DNR: Iowa fish kill linked to dairy operation

A large fish kill in northwest Iowa was caused by a manure spill from a nearby dairy operation, state officials announced Thursday. More>>

Man who admitted to being an accessory in a fatal Sioux City shooting last fall has been sentenced and released

A man who admitted to being an accessory in a fatal Sioux City shooting last fall has been sentenced and released. More>>

Eric Riley is charged with attempted murder and first-degree burglary

40-year-old Eric Riley of Sioux City, made his initial court appearance Wednesday morning at the Law Enforcement Center.
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USDA boosts corn, soybean harvest to new records

The nation's corn and soybean farmers will harvest by far the largest crops ever this year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday in a new report.
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Clintons returning to Iowa amid 2016 speculation

Hillary Rodham Clinton left Iowa when she finished third in the state's presidential caucuses on what she later called an "excruciating" night in 2008. She returns for the first time this weekend. More>>

Patriot Day event at Siouxland Freedom Park Video included

On this Patriot Day, people across the nation and all across Siouxland remembered the lives lost in terrorist attacks back on September 11th, 2001. More>>

The World's Greatest County Fair is underway in Spencer, Iowa Video included

If you are looking for something to do, then look no further.The World's Greatest County Fair is underway in Spencer, Iowa. More>>

Extreme storms cause damage to SUX airport Video included

The storms of a week and a half ago were so extreme, that even airplanes were tossed about like toys... More>>

Authorities: Iowa shooter committed suicide

The 71-year-old man who fired at the county assessor after a meeting at the Jackson County Courthouse committed suicide, authorities said. More>>

First lady will campaign in Iowa for Bruce Braley

First Lady Michelle Obama will campaign in Iowa next month for Democratic Senate candidate Bruce Braley, his campaign said Wednesday. More>>

Continuing controversy over firing Mapleton, IA police chief Video included

A decision to fire the police chief of Mapleton, Iowa has caused controversy at city council meetings for months. As the council looks to hire a new police chief, that controversy doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. More>>

Mobile memorial in Siouxland honors 9/11

Thursday the country will take time to remember those lost during 9/11.In Sioux City a mobile memorial has already arrived in preparation for the anniversary.The trailer parked at the Tyson Event Center features all the names of those lost at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Pennsylvania.Thursday flags will be at half staff around the country. More>>

Local charity trying to raise $50,000 for Tanzania Video included

Tanzania can seem so far away on a globe.But, the efforts to raise money for the children of that African nation are happening very close to home.Dr. Steve Meyer is the founder of STEMM. It stands for Siouxland Tanzania Educational Medical Ministry.The group is undertaking a rather unique fundraiser to try and raise $50,000.(SUBMITTED) - Foster Group is pleased to announce a collaborative fundraising project with STEMM (Siouxland Tanzania Educational Medical Ministry). A faith-based mission, ... More>>

Iowa Lakes Community College pass levy

A special election concerning Iowa Lakes Community College has passed. More>>

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