Estherville, Iowa, police had help from "Mother Nature" in tracking down a suspect in several car burglaries. More>>
A federal judge in Sioux City ruled against a former prosecutor who alleged age discrimination. Senior U.S. District Judge Richard Kopf dismissed the complaint Thursday by former assistant U.S. attorney Martha Fagg.
The 2013 Iowa Land Value Survey says farmland values rose 5.1 percent from last year, setting another record. More>>
Police in Remsen, Iowa, have made an arrest in last week's bomb threat at the Remsen-Union School. More>>
Iowa is the only state in the country that hasn't doubled its population in the last century.Some of Sioux City's lawmakers believe that's because of Iowa's tax structure, and those lawmakers are trying to make some changes. More>>
Two northwest Iowa students are helping others in their area, and across the world.Sophomore Abby Smith and Senior Nancy Medel planned the first ever Meals from the Heartland event at Newell-Fonda Community High School.It's part of an Independent Study Agriculture Course this semester.The two, along with help from other students and staff, planned to package 50 thousand meal bags... containing six meals per bag.To help fund this project... they got donations from Monsanto and the Meals from t... More>>
The State of Iowa has come to an agreement to dismiss all charges against Sioux City businessman Grady Marx.60-year-old Marx, of the Marx Distribution trucking firm, was cleared of charges including theft, conspiracy, money laundering and criminal conduct.The Iowa Attorney General's Office filed the motion to dismiss in district court, today.Marx was accused of getting paid by former DOT employee, David Weigel, for mowing and maintenance he did not perform. Authorities believed the two men c... More>>
One official with the IRGC says Tuesday's decision, leaves many questions about the future of the Hard Rock, a project that is several months into construction. More>>
Just over 750 Iowa residents have enrolled in private health insurance plans using the federal marketplace website. More>>
The trial of a former federal prosecutor who claims she was discriminated against because of her mental and physical condition continues in U.S. District Court in Sioux City. More>>
Credit unions in Iowa had the largest gain in deposits in the country in the past year and the state's credit unions had the second fastest growth in assets. More>>
Fire chased a Peterson, Iowa, family from their home, early Tuesday morning. More>>
Tuesday marks the 63rd anniversary of Universal Human Rights Day; and, Siouxland is honoring three Siouxlanders who have positively impacted our community. More>>
A murder investigation is underway in the Iowa Great Lakes Region. More>>
MidAmerican Energy officials confirm 53 customers are without power in downtown Sioux City Tuesday afternoon. More>>
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