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Fire crews find man unconscious inside Sioux City home Video included

A Sioux City man went to the hospital after fire crews were called to a home on the east side this morning. More>>

Police release the name of a Sergeant Bluff, Iowa man injured in a motorcycle accident on I-29 Video included

Sioux City Police said 60-year-old Steven Hough, of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, was involved in a motorcycle accident on Interstate 29 in Sioux City Wednesday. More>>

Osceola Sheriff: Avon, SD woman arrested after she leads an officer on a high speed chase through Sibley

The Osceola County Sheriff said 49-year-old Shelley Rae HighBear, of Avon, South Dakota was arrested after she led an officer on a high speed chase through Sibley, Iowa on Tuesday around 10 p.m. More>>

Cherokee city council discusses impact of Tyson closure Video included

On September 27, the Tyson plant in Cherokee, Iowa will close, leaving almost 450 people out of a job.But Tuesday in Cherokee, a special meeting was held to discuss what impact that closure will have on the city. More>>

County creates new process for gambling revenue grants Video included

Previously, any interested agency simply had to write a letter to the Board of Supervisors, leading to criticism that the county was not being totally transparent. More>>

Embankment slide forces an emergency lane closure on IA 12 north of Sioux City

An embankment slide forces an emergency lane closure for Iowa 12 north of Sioux City. More>>

Jonathan Neunaber is returned to Plymouth County, Iowa; mother's autopsy results released

The rural Akron, Iowa man being held as a material witness in the deaths of his elderly parents has been returned to Plymouth County and is being held in the county jail. More>>

A detention hearing is set for Jonathan Neunaber

A detention hearing has been scheduled next month for 44-year-old Jonathan Neunaber who is held as a material witness in the deaths of an elderly couple.
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Mapleton City Council and public at odds over recent police department occurrences Video included

Folks in Mapleton, Iowa came out Wednesday night to voice concern over the recent firing of Police Chief John Holton and the resignation of council member Becky Nichols. More>>

Iowa gambling regulators ponder casino moratorium

The commission that oversees casino licenses in Iowa may discuss whether to stop considering new casino license applications for a while.
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Drug Court celebrating 15 years of fighting addiction Video included

The Woodbury County Community Drug Court celebrates 15 years of success The Woodbury County Community Drug Court celebrates 15 years of success

For the last decade and a half, those who have found themselves fighting addiction to drugs or alcohol have had a shoulder to lean on. More>>

Woodbury County Fair kicks off in Moville Video included

The mid-summer months are the unofficial fair season in Iowa. Wednesday, the Woodbury County fair got underway More>>

Lawsuits still pending after Argosy closure

Though Belle's battle over keeping the riverboat casino open may be coming to end, it will still fight over the Argosy Casino in court. More>>

Argosy Casino closes Wednesday at 5 p.m. Video included

The Iowa Supreme Court ordered the Argosy casino to shut down by 5 p.m. Wednesday. More>>

Third party candidate on ballot for Iowa governor

Jonathan Narcisse is running for governor of Iowa as a third party candidate Jonathan Narcisse is running for governor of Iowa as a third party candidate

A former Des Moines school board member will be on the ballot for governor as a third-party candidate. Jonathan Narcisse announced Tuesday he had been certified by the Iowa secretary of state's office to run as the Iowa Party candidate. More>>

Massive water main break floods the UCLA campus with million gallons of water Video included

?A broken water main sent millions of gallons of water pouring through the UCLA campus Tuesday. More>>

Preliminary work starts on CF roads

Tuesday, the Woodbury County roads department reviewed the preliminary plans for a permanent road at the CF Industries site.Work will start this construction season, but it won't finish until 2015, because it has to sit for a year.The county is also responsible for a construction road near the plant.Their target date on that is September.Woodbury County leaders had hoped to tour the facility today.The tour was canceled today, because of a timing issue. More>>

Woodbury County to submit $2 million claim for Father's Day flood damage Video included

"We have 37 sites where we've had road embankment failures, where we've basically had a landslide, a slip of that road right up to the edge of the shoulder,” Mark Nahra, Woodbury Co. Roads Supervisor. More>>

Important Woodbury County Courthouse artifacts donated to Sioux City's Public Museum Video included

The courthouse was named a national landmark the same day as the Apollo astronauts' space suits.

"It was noted as one of the most beautiful landmarks in the United States. This courthouse is the only public facility that was designed by a person that was in the Frank Lloyd Wright entourage are architects,” said Board Chairman George Boykin.

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Workforce Development help in Cherokee

Help is on the way for workers at the Tyson Foods plant in Cherokee, Iowa who will be losing their jobs. More>>

READY 4 THE BELL: Iowa's tax free weekend is only days away Video included

This years shopping treat runs August 1st and 2nd. This means that for two days you won't have to pay tax on certain clothing and shoes under a hundred dollars.
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Salvation Army of Siouxland gets giant donation from Cargill, Inc. Video included

Feeding hungry people is one of the many missions for the Salvation Army of Siouxland; and now, because of a "giant" donation, it's continuing to do just that. More>>

Storm Lake nursing home fined after woman's fall

A Storm Lake nursing home has been fined more than $31,000 after an incident in which a woman fell on her head while being transferred onto a bed and later died from the injury. More>>

Sioux City woman charged with stealing from federal program

A Sioux City woman is accused of stealing thousands in government money and property. More>>

Attorney: Kristen Smith miscarried child, had permission to take baby Video included

As Kristen Smith's federal kidnapping trial begins, her attorney says Smith had permission to take her teenage half-sister's baby from Beloit in February, but says a subsequent police search for infant Kayden Powell caused Smith to "panic" in Iowa.. More>>

Tyson plans to acquire Hillshire Brands Company

Tyson Foods is the second-largest employer in Cherokee. But on Friday, the company announced it will close the Cherokee plant in 60 days. More>>

Suspect arrested in NW Iowa bank robbery Video included

The Woodbury County Sheriff Department took Michael Dutcher, of Sioux City, into custody.  He was wanted in connection with the armed robbery of the United Bank of Iowa in Holstein, Thursday.

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KTIV flings Bings at Milford Days parade Video included

Despite the hot weather, hundreds line up in Milford Saturday to see fire trucks, floats, and the flinging on Bings.
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Wet spring helps farmers get through dry summer Video included

Despite a rainy spring, Iowa's Ag Secretary says crops across the state are some of the best he's ever seen.Bill Northey said pollination happened before the hot weather set in, and the recent cool weather has allowed for a long filling season.However, the average rainfall for the last two weeks was less than half the normal of two-point-oh-five inches. He said now, the wet weather we experienced earlier in the year is having a positive impact."If the rain didn't drown your crop out or cause ... More>>

Hard Rock continues preparation for grand opening Video included

Despite a long and drawn out process, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino will open in less than a week. Hard Rock general manager Todd Moyer says that most of the work yet to be done at the Hard Rock is minor, and that the hotel and casino could be open right now. More>>

Military father & daughter reunited at hospital following car crash Video included

A 9-year old Sioux City girl and her mother were hospitalized Wednesday after a one vehicle accident in Plymouth County. More>>

Tyson plans to close plant in Cherokee, Iowa Video included

Friday, Tyson Foods announced it plans to close its Cherokee plant on September 27. More>>

Sioux City teen competing for Miss Teen USA Video included

A Sioux City teenager will be competing for the title of Miss Teen USA next weekend. Amanda Armstrong will head to the Bahamas for the competition.
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Production decreases mean meat prices will remain high Video included

Officials say, Iowa's cattle herd is the smallest in decades. Hog production is also on the decline.  Despite the high meat prices this has caused, demand doesn't seem to be going down.

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