A testy affair. That's how some are describing Tuesday night's presidential debate. The town-hall style forum had the candidates in each other's faces. President Barack Obama went after Mitt Romney's economic plan, calling it a one-point plan "to make sure folks at the top play by a different set of rules." Romney told the audience, "we can do better than this," and "we don't have to settle for what we're going through."
Siouxland emergency responders stage a drill simulating an armed robbery inside a physician center. In the scenario, a gunman on the third floor of the hospital began firing shots across the room. Law officers teamed up with St. Luke's Regional Medical Center for the exercise in Sioux City. St. Luke's staff say the drill was all about becoming a better team.
The Woodbury County Board of Supervisors approves a plan to begin upgrades at the county jail. Renovations will start with the wiring infrastructure and security equipment inside the 25-year old jail. It's expected to cost about $700,000 and could be done by next June.
Casey Muessigmann brings his music back home. The former Morningside College student performed in concert Tuesday night at Eppley Auditorium. It was his first show since his appearance on the NBC show "The Voice." The 23-year-old from Spencer, Iowa was chosen by Blake Shelton to be on his team. He didn't make it past the first round of elimination, but Muessigmann says the experience opened up new doors for him to pursue his dream of being a country music star.
Experts say the officer who killed a Long Island college student and a home invasion suspect on Friday was confronted with a split-second choice.More >>
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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