Despite a rainy spring, Iowa's Ag Secretary says crops across the state are some of the best he's ever seen.Bill Northey said pollination happened before the hot weather set in, and the recent cool weather has allowed for a long filling season.However, the average rainfall for the last two weeks was less than half the normal of two-point-oh-five inches. He said now, the wet weather we experienced earlier in the year is having a positive impact."If the rain didn't drown your crop out or cause ... More>>
Despite a long and drawn out process, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino will open in less than a week. Hard Rock general manager Todd Moyer says that most of the work yet to be done at the Hard Rock is minor, and that the hotel and casino could be open right now. More>>
Friday, Tyson Foods announced it plans to close its Cherokee plant on September 27. More>>
Ida County authorities released a photo of a suspect who robbed the United Bank of Iowa branch in Holstein, Iowa.
Despite the hot weather, hundreds line up in Milford Saturday to see fire trucks, floats, and the flinging on Bings.
A 9-year old Sioux City girl and her mother were hospitalized Wednesday after a one vehicle accident in Plymouth County. More>>
A Sioux City teenager will be competing for the title of Miss Teen USA next weekend. Amanda Armstrong will head to the Bahamas for the competition.
Officials say, Iowa's cattle herd is the smallest in decades. Hog production is also on the decline. Despite the high meat prices this has caused, demand doesn't seem to be going down.
The Spencer, Iowa Police Department is investigating a burglary at Southern Archery located at 305 11th Street SE in Spencer. More>>
A Sioux City man has died of a heart attack in his sleep on the RAGBRAI route. More>>
This summer, Siouxland kids have been coloring a summer safety picture.July's winner of the Siouxland Dairy Queen Summer Safety Coloring Contest is Jake Ofert of Moville, Iowa.Jake took home a Samsung Galaxy tablet for winning There will be one more winner yet this summer in August.Then take it in to a participating Dairy Queen and enter it to win.You'll also receive a special treat.Click here to download the picture for August. More>>
There was a special visitor at the Holy Spirit Retirement Home Thursday.That visitor was Bishop R. Walker Nickless of the Sioux City Diocese. More>>
Thursday it was classic cars in the spotlight at Preservation Plaza in Arnolds Park. Saturday, classic boats will take their place at the Arnolds Park waterfront. More>>
This dog may look like your typical four legged friend who loves a good game of fetch, but he has a big job. Athos is a K-9 officer for the Lyon County Sheriff's Department. More>>
"It's only right to go All Knight" that's the slogan figuratively, and literally painted all over the town of Waverly as it anxiously awaits cyclists. More>>
74-year-old RAGBRAI rider and President of the Siouxland Cyclists George "Frank" Brinkerhoff was found dead inside his tent in Mason City early Thursday, police said. More>>
The Iowa Governor's office says the President has signed off on a disaster declaration for Iowa, including several Iowa counties that were hit by severe weather in June. More>>
A detention hearing has been scheduled next month for 44-year-old Jonathan Neunaber who is held as a material witness in the deaths of an elderly couple.
The rural Akron, Iowa man being held as a material witness in the deaths of his elderly parents has been returned to Plymouth County and is being held in the county jail. More>>
Plymouth County Sheriff's Department deputies and the Akron Ambulance crew were called to 26253 K18 North near Westfield, Iowa on Tuesday around 1:30 for a man pinned under a hay bale who had died. More>>
Thousands gathered at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds Wednesday night for the kick-off of this year's event. 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>>
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