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The U.S. Supreme Court is clearing the way for Iowa to collect sales taxes on digital goods and services The U.S. Supreme Court is clearing the way for Iowa to collect sales taxes on digital goods and services

Court ruling clears way for Iowa to collect sales tax for online sales

The U.S. Supreme Court is clearing the way for Iowa to collect sales taxes on digital goods and services

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Alton, Iowa assesses impacts of flooding so far Video included

As the flood waters continue to go down in Alton, Iowa, the clean up begins.

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Cherokee prepares for potential record flooding Video included

Officials say they are not as concerned for the weekend at this point but they are keeping a close eye on what's going on upstream.

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Missouri River Boat Club removes docks after record flood forecast for Big Sioux River

Elsewhere, officials are bracing for flooding on the Big Sioux River in Sioux City. 

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Akron residents hope the flooding is minimal...this time

Residents in the town of Akron have experienced flooding before. Although the water has not yet crested, city leaders continue to monitor the situation and the forecast. 

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South Sioux City grain elevator demolition in full swing Video included

Demolition is in full swing on the South Sioux City, Nebraska, grain elevator damaged in an explosion, last month.

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Senator Bob Krist meets with South Sioux City schools to prioritize behavioral health

Nebraska Senator Bob Krist urges the state to reprioritize funding for mental and behavioral health in schools.

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Orange City company unveils new brand identity

Diamond Vogel, a manufacturer of paint and coatings based in Orange City, Iowa, revealed a transformation of its brand identity today.

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Most crops, pastures in South Dakota remain in decent shape

Most crops in South Dakota remain in decent shape as they continue to develop Most crops in South Dakota remain in decent shape as they continue to develop

Most crops in South Dakota remain in decent shape as they continue to develop

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Saturday in the Park is looking for volunteers

Organizers said the 28th annual free music festival depends on its volunteers to make the event a success. 

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Nebraska motor fuels tax rate to drop July 1

Nebraska's state motor fuels tax will drop fourth-tenths of a cent on July 1, to 28 cents per gallon from 28.4 cents Nebraska's state motor fuels tax will drop fourth-tenths of a cent on July 1, to 28 cents per gallon from 28.4 cents

Nebraska's state motor fuels tax will drop fourth-tenths of a cent on July 1, to 28 cents per gallon from 28.4 cents

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Des Moines to resume ticketing based on I-235 speed camera

Des Moines plans to resume ticketing Monday of speeding violators caught by an automated speed radar camera on a heavily traveled portion of Interstate 235 Des Moines plans to resume ticketing Monday of speeding violators caught by an automated speed radar camera on a heavily traveled portion of Interstate 235

Des Moines plans to resume ticketing Monday of speeding violators caught by an automated speed radar camera on a heavily traveled portion of Interstate 235

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Sioux City Community Schools board president resigns

Sioux City's Community Schools District Board President Mike Krysl submitted his letter of resignation Tuesday.

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Flooding causes emergency suspension of Ashton, IA Post Office

No employees or customers were in or near the facility at the time of the incident. 

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Academic group rebukes University of Nebraska for the way the it treated a graduate student lecturer

A national professors organization has rebuked the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the way the university treated a graduate student lecturer who'd confronted a student

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