Three days ago, a Malaysian passenger jet with more than 200 people on board vanished in the skies over Southeast Asia. More>>
Colorado is set to release its first report on taxes collected from legal recreational marijuana sales. More>>
Floodwaters are receding around the Billings, Montana area, but that's not the case at ZooMontana. More>>
A plane became entangled in the strings of a skydiver's parachute, sending both crashing into the ground near Tampa, Fla., with both the pilot and jumper hospitalized with minor injuries. More>>
A brush fire briefly stopped traffic on an interstate on-ramp in downtown Sioux City on Sunday afternoon. More>>
A Siouxland family has a new place to call home, after spending over a year building up sweat equity. More>>
Federal safety officials say a team of experts is en route to Asia to be ready to assist in the investigation of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared with 239 people on board. More>>
The Osceola Community Hospital in Sibley, Iowa is paying $75,000 to settle a discrimination lawsuit. More>>
Sioux City Police Chief Doug Young said the pursuit topped out at over 90 miles per hour. Hudson led officers down Hamilton Boulevard, Stone Park Boulevard, and then west on Broken Kettle and onto K-18 in Plymouth County. More>>
Authorities believe Joshua Hudson used a blacksmith hammer to kill his uncle, 46-year-old Todd Hudson. His body was found in a mobile home in Yankton, South Dakota.
Okoboji RAGBRAI committee members said they need hundreds of volunteers. More>>
A homicide investigation is underway in Yankton, South Dakota. It all started Friday morning. A female called the Yankton Police Department on the non-emergency line. She asked them to check on the welfare of a man who lived at 1100 East 8th Street, lot number 8.
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A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 carrying 239 people lost contact over the South China Sea early Saturday morning on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, and international aviation authorities still hadn't located... More>>
Emergency personnel from across the tri-state area are in Sioux City trying to learn better ways to help save lives. More>>
Cracking down on bullying in Iowa schools has been a priority this year for Gov. Terry Branstad, but lawmakers have criticized two competing bills and are seeking changes to the proposals.A bill in the House and another in the Senate both focus on giving schools the tools and authority to better address bullying, but neither seems close to being approved and sent to Branstad.Rep. Quentin Stanerson, a Republican from Center Point, says lawmakers have promised to propos... More>>
Sioux City's on the move when it comes to housing.Friday, city leaders shared some record-breaking numbers for residential construction in 2013.It's up for the second year in a row, and is at the highest level in a decade.A total of 107 housing units were built last year. "There was quite a bit of residential growth this year. We continue to see that growth increase in continueing years with different developments that have been approved over 2013 and 2012 are near i... More>>
When it comes to helping Sioux City track down drivers with a lead foot, lawmakers in South Dakota say their state shouldn't help. More>>
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