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Norfolk 101 Citizen's Academy: behind the scenes of city government

A pilot program designed to show what's behind the scenes of city government concluded its first program Tuesday night in Norfolk. More>>

NE man faces charges after authorities say he fired shots at a residence in South Sioux City

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No one was hurt, but police say several bullet holes were found outside. More>>

Norfolk School District approves three strategic action plans

Members of the Norfolk School Board looked at future educational plans for the school district. More>>

UPDATE: Water service restored in Dakota City, NE following two line breaks Video included

More than 1,900 people were without water for ten hours on Monday. It was the second such outage in three days. More>>

UPDATE: Dakota City, Neb. residents and Dakota County Rural Water users now have water restored

Dakota City officials said the same transmission line that broke on Saturday, broke again Monday at 4:30 a.m.
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Nebraska land valuations rise 12.45 pct in year

Authorities say bigger tax bills could follow higher land valuations in Nebraska. The Nebraska Revenue Department has reported an overall 12.45 percent increase in the state's property valuations for 2014, pushed by a jump of more than 29 percent in agricultural land valuations. More>>

Lincoln, NE child rescued from claw machine at bowling alley

A 3-year-old boy disappeared from his house in Lincoln, Nebraska, but police officers found him in a claw machine.
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O'Neill, NE man faces criminal charges after a fatal car crash

Criminal charges have been filed after a fatal car crash near Clearwater, Nebraska last month. More>>

Siouxland gets a great view of the celestial show Video included

The moon begins to emerge from the earth's shadow in image captured from the KTIV parking lot early Tuesday morning The moon begins to emerge from the earth's shadow in image captured from the KTIV parking lot early Tuesday morning

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.
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Ricketts talks with seniors in Pierce, NE Video included

With less than 30 days until Nebraska voters hit the ballot box, candidates are continuing to take their message to Siouxland voters. More>>

Opponents carve anti-pipeline message into Neligh, NE farm field

Opponents of a proposed pipeline to carry Canadian oil south to the Gulf Coast have carved a message of resistance into a Nebraska field in the project's path.
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Weather kills two in Northeast Nebraska crash Video included

The Wayne County Sheriff's office said 85-year old Virlyn Lukens of Emerson lost control of his pick-up and was struck broadside by a vehicle driven by 45-year old Robbi Johnson of Norfolk. More>>

Multiple crews respond to accident near Hoskins, NE

Multiple crews responded to an accident with serious injuries about five miles east of Hoskins, Nebraska on Highway 35.
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Neb. bicycle ride features 476-mile route in 2014

This year's Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska will follow a 476-mile route across the northern part of the state. More>>

Dakota City, NE residents spent Saturday without water Video included

Since the city lost pressure in the system, a boil water advisory is in effect for Dakota City for at least a few days.

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Volunteers clean Elkhorn River banks in downtown Norfolk Video included

Earth Day was celebrated early in one Siouxland community. Business leaders and residents of Norfolk, Nebraska took advantage of Saturday morning's nice weather to clean up the part of the Elkhorn Riverfront area in downtown Norfolk.
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Family fishing set for spring, summer in Neb.

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled another spring and summer of family fishing events More>>

Nebraska needs ag educators, farm group says

The Nebraska Farm Bureau has announced a new scholarship and loan assistance program to help schools find enough agriculture educators. The scholarships will be available to students in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's agriculture education program. It will pay $1,200 during a semester of student teaching.The loan assistance program is for educators with student loans. Those accepted will get help over five years, starting at $500 and increasing each year.Matt Kreifels with the Nebraska E... More>>

New tributes planned for Johnny Carson in Norfolk, Neb. Video included

Organizers with The Great American Comedy Festival and city officials are teaming up to make Carson's presence felt in other ways.
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Recent Siouxland tornadoes topic of forum in South Sioux City Video included

It has been just over six months since multiple tornadoes swept across Siouxland, most notably in Moville, Iowa and Wayne, Neb. Thursday, the National Weather Service branch out of Sioux Falls, S.D. used those tornadoes to help teach Siouxlanders. More>>

Symposium shares water quality findings from the Niobrara River

Every spring, researchers flock to Vermillion, South Dakota to learn about new studies taking place along the Mighty Mo. More>>

Fatal wreck discovered two weeks later near Beemer, NE

Authorities are investigating the death of a West Point, Nebraska woman in a car accident that they think happened about two weeks ago, but that wasn't discovered until Wednesday. More>>

Corps says plenty of room in Missouri reservoirs

The Army Corps of Engineers says there's plenty of room in upper Missouri River reservoirs to handle spring runoff. More>>

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