"These heartbreaking events aren't the last word. I think it was important to be reminded of that hope that God calls us to in the future," Reverend Greg Clapper said. More>>
The weekend-long events commemorating the crash of Flight 232 were about togetherness and remembrance for many, as they reflected on the devastation of that day. But for one woman, it was about coming to Sioux City for the first time, and answering questions she's had for 25 years. More>>
A participant in an annual bicycle ride across Iowa has died due to a medical condition. More>>
Committee members say public input has steered them towards using a $2.7 million donation to build an ice skating rink in downtown Sioux City. The money has to be used for a park. However, some local leaders said an ice skating rink doesn't match the community's needs. More>>
Heat and humidity are just a part of summer in Siouxland. More>>
Both Missouri River Historical Development and the Sioux City Entertainment filed their motions with the supreme court Monday. More>>
The Okoboji webcam is back up at the Dickinson County Nature Center. More>>
According to court documents, the Argosy was set to close on July 21 but now with the emergency stay has been issued. More>>
The crash has been called a disaster, it's also been called a miracle. The man leading Saturday's ceremony says it's a mistake to have to choose, because it was both.
The Iowa Medical Examiners Office ruled Esther Neunaber's death a homicide, but final result of Donald Neunaber's autopsy are not yet complete. More>>
Witnesses heard a loud boom just before 9 p.m. in Arthur, Iowa. More>>
Flames engulfed a garage on Sioux City's west side, early Friday morning. Crews were called to the 2700 block of Sheridan, in Sioux City a little after 4 a.m. More>>
The operator of the Argosy riverboat casino in Sioux City has asked the Iowa Supreme Court to keep the casino from being closed next week. More>>
According to the Carlsen Funeral Homes website, memorial services will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 19 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Akron, Iowa for Don and Esther Neunaber.
After receiving millions in federal grant money for a rail spur in the Southbridge Industrial Park, Sioux City is ready to move forward with construction. More>>
Authorities found 19-year-old Chayton Quail of Spencer, Iowa, with stab wounds in a car that was involved in an accident on Highway 71 south of Spencer, Iowa around 7:30 p.m. on July 9. More>>
60-year-old Randy Barney of Rockwell City was in the exercise area just before 10 a.m. Friday when he scaled the fence and barbed wire barrier. More>>
Bikers were up at the crack of dawn packing up camp in Rock Valley so that they could start pedaling toward Okoboji. As early as five Sunday morning, RAGBRAI riders headed for the Rock River. They began the annual tradition of dipping their rear tires in the water, in Rock Valley, Iowa.
According Poet-DSN spokesperson Matt Merritt, emergency personnel responded to the fire in the biomass stackyard shortly before 11 o'clock. More>>
"Somebody said, 'you guys treat this like Christmas, it's the best week of the year,'" said Gina Kaufman. "I said, yes it is, it is the best week of the year." The Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa kicks off in Rock Valley.
In the 42-year history of the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, there has never been a town that has had to cancel as an overnight host. Rock Valley was not going to be the first. More>>
"The day after the flight, I had the opportunity to go up in a helicopter and view the crash site. I wondered how in the world could anyone have survived that kind of a crash. I was so thankful our community had prepared and planned for such an event that we ready to do what we needed to do,” said Sioux City Mayor Bob Scott. More>>
The Big Sioux River has flooded, and it's receded. But the floodwater's recession doesn't mean there's not still a mess, both physical and emotional, left in its wake. More>>
Police are investigating the death of a Sioux City man who fell from a retaining wall during a party on July 5. More>>
Every summer, the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Sioux City hosts a Bible day camp for kids in kindergarten through 5th grade.
For 51 years, the Siouxland River-Cade has filled Sioux City with fun and excitement, and this year is no different. More>>
Sioux City's youth were able to learn a little bit about the not so well known four-legged friend of Lewis Clark. More>>
CF Industries officials said the barge has been making its way up the Missouri River from the Port of Houston and is expected to arrive at their landing area Wednesday.
Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz is sending a letter to county election officials suggesting they remove more than 1,200 Iowa voters who may be dead.
A proposed crude oil pipeline would shoot diagonally across Iowa-hitting 17 counties.
A judge has sentenced three men that prosecutors say conspired to deal meth in northwest Iowa and southwest Minnesota. More>>
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