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>>
Gov. Terry Branstad says Iowa has agreed to a federal recommendation that will allow thousands of residents to hang onto health insurance policies that don't meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. More>>
A Siouxland group is working to fight underage drinking in our area. This event is hosted by Siouxland CARES, the Sioux City Mayor's Youth Commission, and Jackson Recovery Centers.
Gov. Terry Branstad is releasing his tax returns, something he's done every year he's served as governor to promote transparency
Tuesday, Woodbury County's Board of Supervisors approved an underground utilities permit for construction of a new CF industries recruiting and training center. More>>
Tuesday, the county's rural economic development director went before the board of supervisors, giving them a full update about the direction his department is going. More>>
Staying healthy is important for yourself, and for your work place, so you can be productive and get work done. More>>
More jobs, and a new company will soon be coming to Merrill, Iowa. The business is starting up in a place that not long ago shut down because of a foreclosure, but the new owners say they have big plans for the future of that once financially troubled plant.. More>>
Did you get up and take a look at the eclipse?Siouxland had a perfect, unobscured, clear sky view of the full lunar eclipse early Tuesday morning.
Gov. Terry Branstad has called on the Legislature to take action following an Iowa Supreme Court ruling that found school coaches cannot be convicted of sexual exploitation by a school employee under current law. More>>
Despite spending $11 million more this year than last, the tax levy is actually dropping by 16-cents. More>>
Western Iowa Tech Community College has cut the ribbon on a new center in Le Mars, Iowa. More>>
Sioux City leaders took a step forward to allow animal rescue groups to bring pit bulls temporarily into the city for veterinary care and adoption events.
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