Sioux City police say they'll release more information Monday morning about a car crash that claimed the lives of three young men early Sunday. Sunday night, several hundred people took part in an impromptu vigil to remember Torey Wickey, Dominick Nok, and Matt Dean. They died after the car they were in left the roadway and crashed into Perry Creek, landing upside down about 3:00 am Sunday morning. Police say the car went through a stop sign 35th and Douglas Street, crossed Grandview Boulevard, went through a yard, and down into the creek. Two other people in the car escaped.
Iowa lawmakers get back to work Monday for the first day of the legislative session. After years of cutting the budget, the legislative session will offer Iowa lawmakers a new challenge; what to do with a one billion dollar surplus? Branstad will release his budget plans Tuesday and is expected to announce plans to invest in education and cut commercial property taxes. News Four's Matt Breen is in Des Moines and will bring us reports on the beginning of the session.
Nebraska lawmakers will debate new gun restrictions in the wake of the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. But Senator Jim Scheer of Norfolk says as much as their is an outcry for gun control, he would like to have some discussion of additional mental health facilities. Attorney General Jon Bruning says he doesn't think gun control is the answer to preventing mass shootings.
We met them 4 years ago and now the Malm quads are turning four Monday. Born in 2009, Carter, Lily, Seth, and Logan keep their parents, Jessica and Kevin, busy. The siblings are now in preschool. Jessica gave birth to the quads in Omaha after months of preparing for their births.
The lawsuit states the commission violated state law in making its decision, and destroyed the economic value of the Belle's license when they selected Sioux City Entertainment.More >>
The lawsuit states the commission violated state law in making its decision, and destroyed the economic value of the Belle's license when they selected Sioux City Entertainment to develop the land-based casino in Woodbury County.More >>
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