Iowa State University has reported a data breach that exposed the Social Security numbers of nearly 30,000 people enrolled at the school over a 17-year period. More>>
A mock military funeral is set for April 25th in Anthon, Iowa. The event is being put on by the Anthon American Legion.
A 19-year old Storm Lake, Iowa man is in jail on charges of trying to stab his cousin. More>>
This summer, Sioux City will pause to remember the events of July 19th, 1989. That's the day United Airlines Flight 232 crashed at the Sioux Gateway Airport. The flight's captain is still talking about the crash nearly 25-years later.
When it comes to setting the budget, Woodbury County plans three months before the fiscal year even starts. That's why it's important they take another look. More>>
Woodbury County's courthouse has gone years without formal security, but they've budgeted $250,000 to make the building more secure. More>>
Woodbury County's engineer said he plans to present more information about who's on board at next week's supervisor's meeting and within the next few weeks they plan to hold a public forum. More>>
Even though, an opening date hasn't been released yet for the city's newest casino, Sioux City Entertainment's President and CEO Bill Warner said it will be sometime this summer and there are lots of surprises in store. More>>
Drake University crowned a new "Beautiful Bulldog" Monday. More>>
The Iowa Senate has renewed its effort to reopen the Iowa Juvenile Home, with a budget amendment designed to re-establish and improve programming at the Toledo facility.
Efforts were already underway to make pawn shops go digital, but brokers complained that consignment shops didn't have to follow the same rules. More>>
Rescue groups will now be allowed to bring pit bulls into Sioux City for special adoption events and veterinary care. More>>
As work wraps up at Sioux City's wastewater plant, it may end up being an example of what not to do. The price tag on the project ballooned to more than $70 million, with dozens of change orders.
The lawsuit stems from a two-percent franchise fee tacked onto gas and electric bills.At the time, there was no state law that authorized the fee, and the towns involved in the suit were ordered to pay back the money collected. More>>
Underage drinking is ranked number one by students in the tri-state region, on the list of problems in school; higher than drugs and bullying. More>>
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is announcing a new program that will provide $150 million to help small agriculture-related startups in rural areas that need cash to expand. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is in Cedar Rapids on Monday to announce the formation of the first Rural Business Investment Company. More>>
In Sioux City's Morningside neighborhood, there sits a home, the history of which dates back to 1888. More>>
Dean is currently serving a 25-year sentence for attempted murder in the shooting of Sioux City Police officer Kevin McCormick. Friday, a judge granted the requests made by attorneys representing Dean, his brother Levon, and Sarah Berg. More>>
Veterans said the main part of a military funeral is the flag folding and flag presentation ceremony to the family. More>>
Friday, people gathered at the June E. Nylen Cancer Center to raise awareness for Blood Cancer. More>>
A northwest Iowa bar and bowling alley owner and one of her employees have been accused of setting a fire to collect insurance money. More>>
The Sheldon Police Department arrested a man after reports he placed a camera outside a girl's window. More>>
An Iowa man twice convicted of child sex offenses have been given 18 years in prison for possessing child pornography. More>>
It's a crowded field of candidates in the race for the republican nomination for Tom Harkin's seat in the U.S. Senate. More>>
Ricardo Vital's hearing was moved back to the end of June.
The county has already been missing out on gambling revenues for over a year and the city says they're prepared if there is a gap between when the Argosy closes and the Hard Rock opens.
In choosing the Children's Museum of Siouxland, the program's manager said the project would not only be a draw for tourism, but also improve the quality of life in Sioux City. More>>
When they arrived on scene, a barn was on fire and it's so far gone, firefighters let it burn out by itself.
Representatives from Iowa's State Appeal Board were in Orange City, Iowa Thursday for a special public hearing. That hearing focused on questions about the county's budget, and allegations about county workers. More>>
A new law that's intended to curb the spread of aquatic invasive species is forcing a rule change for the annual Walleye Weekend tournament on the Iowa Great Lakes. More>>
Children gathered at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center in Sioux City Thursday to expand their knowledge on animal tracks. More>>
Students in the Estherville Lincoln Central School District are being asked a simple question: "What matters most to you and why?" Unlike most questions students are asked, this one has no right or easy answer."When we talk about what matters to us, we discover things about our own self.
The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission denied the Belle of Sioux City's application for an extension of the Argosy Casino's gaming license. More>>
22-year-old Vasean Markworth is charged with two counts of robbery and one count of false imprisonment. More>>
Two psychiatric experts say an 18-year-old suspect is competent to stand trial on a charge that he killed his 5-year-old foster brother in Harrison County, Iowa.
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