The Obama Administration will unveil a new plan aimed at ramping up efforts to boost business in rural America and News Four will be there. KTIV's Matt Breen will conduct an exclusive one-on-one interview with President Barack Obama after the announcement. The administration is proposing spending another two-billion dollars through 2016 on rural businesses through the Small Business Investment Company. White House Deputy Press Secretary Jane Smith says it's a commitment to small businesses.
A Siouxland high school baseball coach remains hospitalized after an all terrain vehicle crash Friday night that killed his wife. Clinton Brown of Newcastle, Nebraska was taken to the intensive care unit of Sioux City's Mercy Medical Center. The 36-year old coaches the South Sioux City boy's baseball team. His wife, Melissa, died of injuries suffered in the crash. The investigation into the accident continues.
A Norfolk, Nebraska bridge washed out by the 2010 floods has been rebuilt. The Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail's new bridge crosses the Elkhorn River about three miles west of Norfolk. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says a two-mile stretch of trail west of the bridge has been repaired, as well. Construction work and repair on another 22 miles of the 321 mile trial west of Battle Creek this summer.
Folks get a look inside Sioux City's newest fire station. An open house was held Sunday at Fire Station Number 4 near Hamilton and Stone Park Boulevard. The three-million dollar station has room for four vehicles including a Hazmat truck, fire engine, tanker truck and a mobile communication bus. The station also features geothermal wells that will help heat and cool the building.
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As a grieving family prepared for the funeral of a Hofstra University junior killed by a police officer's bullet during a standoff with an armed intruder, some on Monday questioned whether police should have waited for...More >>
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