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Frontier Airlines will suspend service to Sioux City on October 24 Video included

Airport Director Curt Miller says he received an e-mail from Frontier, Friday morning, that indicated the airline would be changing its schedule in the 4th quarter of 2014. More>>

Deere to lay off about 460 in Waterloo

File image of the Deere & Co. plant in Moline, Illinois File image of the Deere & Co. plant in Moline, Illinois

Deere Co. has announced hundreds of layoffs at its tractor factory in Waterloo. The Illinois-based agricultural equipment maker says about 460 workers will be laid off effective October 20. More>>

New details in police sergeant's OWI arrest Video included

Sioux City Police Sergeant Tyler Hartwell has been charged with OWI. Sioux City Police Sergeant Tyler Hartwell has been charged with OWI.

The Woodbury County Attorney has charged Sioux City Police Sergeant Tyler Hartwell with operating while intoxicated. More>>

Sioux City police sergeant charged with drunk driving after July accident

A Sioux City police sergeant faces a charge of drunk driving following a chain-reaction crash on Sioux City's north side last month. More>>

Bright future for small Siouxland school district with growing enrollment Video included

The future looks bright for student enrollment in the Elkhorn Valley School District. The future looks bright for student enrollment in the Elkhorn Valley School District.

The Elkhorn Valley School District serves Tilden and Meadow Grove in Nebraska.  The district graduated just eleven students in 2014, but district officials say the numbers for the future look much brighter.

Sloan, IA city council votes to contract law enforcement hours with Woodbury County Sheriff Video included

With one vote, the Sloan, Iowa city council saved themselves some money, and avoided cutting jobs.The council voted to enter into a 28E agreement, which allows the town to keep its full time police officer, and get help from the Woodbury County Sheriff's Department.The agreement was a debated issue on the agenda.However, the city council, Sloan's police officer, and Woodbury County Sheriff Dave Drew all agreed that the 28E will be the safest, most cost-effective law enforcement solution.Sloan... More>>

Iowa Governor attends Sibley, IA John Deere dealership ribbon cutting Video included

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad joined those in Sibley for the Noteboom Implement ribbon cutting.  More>>

UPDATE: Noteboom Implement celebrates grand opening of Sibley, IA dealership Video included

Farmers in the Sibley, Iowa, area used to have to drive at least 30 miles to get parts for their farm implements. But, that time has come and gone. More>>

Farmer will host two music icons for benefit concert in northeast Nebraska Video included

Just over a month from now, music legends Willie Nelson and Neil Young will come to northeast Nebraska to help aid the fight against the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Project. More>>

Evansdale Police start dedicated Lyric and Elizabeth web page Video included

Elizabeth Collins, left, and Lyric Cook Elizabeth Collins, left, and Lyric Cook

An eastern Iowa agency has created a new web page to keep the public updated on a high-profile case where two girls were abducted and killed. More>>

Teen charged following stabbing

A Sioux City teen faces two charges following a stabbing, on Sunday night. More>>

Jury convicts Juan Nino Estrada of first degree murder and attempted murder Video included

On the other side of eight days full of testimony in the double murder trial, Estrada was found guilty of two counts of first degree murder, one count of attempted murder, and a count of willful injury.  More>>

LAKES AREA NEWS: Storms knock down tree limbs and power lines in the Iowa Great Lakes Video included

A severe thunderstorm packing 60 mph plus wind roared through the Iowa Great Lakes around 3:30 Thursday morning, knocking down tree limbs and power lines.

Bancroft, NE Volunteer Fire Dept. makes a splash with their ice bucket challenge Video included

The Assistant Fire Chief Andy Soll wanted to make a splash with his challenge, so he brought in his side dump trailer for one epic ice bucket dump. More>>

USPS approves funding to reopen shuttered Blencoe, IA post office Video included

 Mayor Rusty Collison announced the U.S. Postal Service approved funding to keep the post office in Blencoe. More>>

Walking to school just got a little bit safer for students in Sioux City Video included

Siouxland District Health Department was recently awarded a $25,000 grant for Sioux City's walking school bus program.

Man, daughter accused of locking man in grain bin

Lyon County Sheriff: Craig Olson Lyon County Sheriff: Craig Olson

A South Dakota man and his daughter from California face kidnapping charges after allegedly locking the woman's husband in a grain bin in Iowa following a domestic dispute. More>>

Siouxland health organizations team up to bring vital services to the community Video included

Siouxland health organizations are teaming up to help bring vital services to the community .Thanks to a new partnership underprivileged women will have some help with maternal services.

Construction continues along Dakota Ave. in South Sioux Video included

As construction continues on some South Sioux City, Nebraska streets, many drivers will find themselves taking detours.

Students celebrate the opening of Sioux City's newest school Video included

Hundreds of students lined up to show their excitement for Sioux City's newest school. More>>

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