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PHOTOS: Police investigate a robbery at Walmart in Le Mars, Iowa Thursday morning Video included

Authorities say at approximately 1:45 a.m., a man approached a Walmart employee and claimed to be armed with a knife. More>>

Dickinson County Authorities investigate burglaries in the area

Dickinson county authorities are asking for the public's assistance as they investigate a recent rash of burglaries in the East Lake Okoboji, Center Lake and Spirit Lake areas.

BVU student charged in string of dorm burglaries

A student at Buena Vista University faces more than a dozen felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with burglaries in seven dorm rooms at the Storm Lake School. 18-year old Justin Todd of North Carolina was arrested on campus Tuesday. More>>

UPDATE: Voters elect Reinsbach, Pederson to fill vacancies on Milford, IA city council

Bill Reinsbach, and Rody Pederson, will fill vacancies on the Milford, Iowa city council. Tuesday, Reinsbach was elected mayor. Pederson was elected to a vacancy on the city council. More>>

Woodbury County to chip in $35,000 for area emergency medical services Video included

A 911 call can be the difference between life and death in an emergency situation. According to Director of Woodbury County Emergency Services Gary Brown, the emergency medical personnel that respond to those 911 calls are getting harder and harder to come by.  More>>

Car rear-ends a school bus near Inwood, IA Tuesday morning

The Lyon County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a 911 call of a car versus bus accident near Inwood, Iowa Tuesday morning. More>>

City leaders react to Frontier Airlines "seasonal shutdown" Video included

Frontier Airlines will be grounding flights at the end of October. Sioux City's airport director has described Frontier's decision to leave as a "seasonal shutdown." More>>

Ready 4 The Bell: Handling Stress Video included

With students back at school, stress tends to be a topic of conversation amongst families and friends.

One Siouxland college is going green with the opening of its newest facility Video included

Iowa Lakes Community College cut the ribbon, Thursday, on the new Sustainable Energy Resources and Technologies building in Estherville, Iowa.

Workers put finishing touches on Hard Rock outdoor concert venue Video included

It's been almost a month since Sioux City's Hard Rock Hotel and Casino opened its doors. Wednesday workers put the finishing touches on the outdoor concert area just in time for the first show, Thursday night. More>>

Threatening statements made against school children in Charles City, IA

A Charles City man was arrested this weekend after police say he got drunk and made threatening statements against school children. More>>

Rep. Braley discusses college affordability with local students Video included

U.S. Senate candidate Bruce Braley stopped by Western Iowa Tech on Wednesday, to talk about ways to make college more affordable. More>>

Customers reacts to closure of longtime Sioux City restaurant Video included

Customers react to the closing of Green Gables restaurant.

UPDATE: Police arrest inmate who failed to return to Sioux City work release facility

Sioux City police have apprehended 22-year-old Melvin William Spencer III. More>>

A Sioux City woman pleads not guilty to stealing money while managing property in SSC, NE

41-year-old Melissa Edwards entered her plea Monday in U.S. District Court in Omaha. More>>

The boil advisory has been lifted for Brunsville, IA

Residents in Brunsville no longer need to boil the water, according to Brunsville, Iowa Water Operator Rob VonHagel. More>>

Rail spur to "spur growth" in Southbridge Industrial Park Video included

The Sioux City City Council approved a contract to build a rail spur in the Southbridge Industrial Park. More>>

Jury selected in federal robbery, carjacking trial of Dean brothers Video included

A jury has been selected in the federal trial of two brothers.  More>>

39th Annual National Old Time Country, Bluegrass, and Folk Music Festival kicks off

If you enjoy the country and folk music that dates back to the days of the pioneers, you have an entire week to make your way to Le Mars, Iowa... More>>

Sioux City woman faces drug, traffic charges after weekend high-speed chase

A Sioux City woman faces several charges following a high-speed chase through two Siouxland counties on Sunday night. More>>

Police identify body found in Estherville, IA alley

Police in Estherville, Iowa, have identified the body found in an alley early Friday morning. More>>

Fire causes extensive apartment damage in Sioux City Video included

Authorities are trying to figure out what started a fire that damaged a Sioux City apartment complex early Sunday. More>>

UPDATE: Brunsville residents need to continue to boil water

Boil Advisory: Residents in Brunsville, IA need to continue to boil their water until further notice. More>>

Ash tree killer confirmed in Story County

Officials say the destructive emerald ash borer has been confirmed in central Iowa's Story County. More>>

Iowa employers to pay less in unemployment taxes

Gov. Terry Branstad says Iowa employers will pay less in unemployment taxes in 2015. Branstad announced Monday the average unemployment tax rate will drop from 1.6 percent this year to 1.2 percent next year.

2 teens died in collision near Wall Lake, IA

Two teenagers have died and another hospitalized after a collision in near Wall Lake in Sac County. More>>

Sioux City Police arrest and charge Angel Gomez with domestic assault and robbery Video included

Sioux City Police released on Twitter that they have taken into custody 22-year-old Angel Gomez at his residence at 5:45 am Sunday without incident.

Jolly Time Popcorn celebrates 100 years Video included

Jolly Time Popcorn headquarters located right here in Sioux City had a bit of a celebration this evening... More>>

Community of Westfield holds fundraiser for new fields Video included

The Westfield, Iowa tee-ball fields are getting some much needed attention... More>>

Residents in Brunsville, IA need to boil their water until further notice

Brunsville, Iowa water operator, Rob VonHagel said about 150 residents are without water because a water main was hit by a construction crew working in the area. More>>

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