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Merrill, IA man life-flighted to hospital after vehicle flipped over

Just after midnight on Saturday morning, the Plymouth County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of a single vehicle accident near the intersection of C38 and K42 North of Merrill. Officials say the caller said the vehicle was flipped over, and on it's top. Officials say when they arrived, they found 45-year-old Corey Ruhland of Merrill, Iowa, was found in the vehicle. Ruhland was transported to Floyd Valley Hospital, then later life-flighted to Mercy Medical Center. Officials sa...

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A walk to change the world of those with multiple sclerosis Video included

A walk Saturday, to bring the community together to raise funds to change the world for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis.  

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VolunteerSiouxland billboard contest winners announced Video included

Volunteer Siouxland announced the first ever winners of their billboard contest Friday.  Six Siouxlanders will be the faces of Volunteer Siouxland.  Each person will be featured on their own billboard.  The goal is to promote all the good that Siouxlanders are doing in their communities.  About 1,200 votes were received for the contest.  "Cutting it down to six finalists, it was almost impossible," says Ryan Martinez, Co-founder of Thinkcause an... More>>

Verne Troyer, Mini-Me from 'Austin Powers' films, has died

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Actor Verne Troyer from the "Austin Powers" films has died at age 49. More>>

Wells Fargo fined $1B for mortgage, auto lending abuses

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Wells Fargo fined a combined $1 billion by federal regulators for abuses tied to its mortgage and auto lending businesses. More>>

Pollination seminar to showcase the importance of bees in the garden

The Dickinson County Nature Center in Okoboji will be hosting the final program in its education series this week.

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Officials hope to help South Dakotans prepare for Spring storms during severe weather awareness week

With hopefully the last of the winter storms behind us, State officials are turning their attention to other forms of severe weather.

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Storm Lake teen heading to DC for leadership conference

A Storm Lake, Iowa student is headed to the Nation's Capital this summer, thanks to her determination and leadership skills

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Hunt Elementary students perform "101 Dalmatians" at Briar Cliff University Video included

The students were the driving force behind the costume design, set building and much more.

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"Scouting for food" will go on as planned on Saturday, April 21st

"scouting for food" takes place tomorrow, April 21

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KTIV's Jennifer Lenzini reads to Irving Preschool students as part of 'The Week of the Young Child'

The agency this week is observing the Week of the Young Child, which is hosted by The National Association for the Education of Young Children. 

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City of Sioux City hosts a lunch for volunteers for Sioux City Litter Dash Video included

The City of Sioux City hosted a lunch outing for teams participating in the Sioux City Litter Dash. 

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Early, IA boil advisory is lifted

Early, Iowa has lifted the boil advisory it issued after the town's water tower was struck by lightning this week Early, Iowa has lifted the boil advisory it issued after the town's water tower was struck by lightning this week

Early, Iowa has lifted the boil advisory it issued after the town's water tower was struck by lightning this week.

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U of Nebraska-Lincoln plan would eliminate at least 18 jobs

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor's proposed budget cuts include eliminating a degree program and a research center for the design and evaluation of educational practices in the nation's schools The University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor's proposed budget cuts include eliminating a degree program and a research center for the design and evaluation of educational practices in the nation's schools

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor's proposed budget cuts include eliminating a degree program and a research center for the design and evaluation of educational practices in the nation's schools

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Iowa unemployment drops to 2.8 percent, 5th lowest in US

Iowa's unemployment rate fell slightly in March to 2.8 percent, leaving the state tied for the fifth-lowest rate in the nation

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