Authorities said a student at Iowa State University has been seriously injured after a crowd overturned cars and toppled light poles near the campus during an annual university celebration. The injured student was airlifted to a Des Moines hospital. That person's name has not been released. The disturbances came during Iowa State's annual Veishea celebration. Police said the crowd dispersed early Thursday morning.
UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's received the "Growing Sioux City Award" for its investment in the area. Sioux City city leaders presented the hospital with recognition Tuesday, which honors businesses for their local support. The hospital built a new medical outpatient clinic in 2012, expanding its services to the Sunnybrook area and creating 100 new jobs. Hospital CEO Peter Thoreen said their vision for the expansion was to put health care services in one spot to make it more convenient for patients.
A northeast Nebraska hospital will no longer be offering impatient and emergency services. The Tilden City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to end those emergency healthcare services at the Tilden Community Hospital effective July first. Hospital officials said they're treating fewer patients and losing $60,000 a month. They will negotiate with Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk, Nebraska so the Tilden hospital may still provide outpatient and clinical services. The hospital is the town's largest employer and 35 people will lose their jobs.
The hair, the dresses and the tuxes got soaked for 22 students in Pierce, Nebraska. They were taking a scenic picture before prom, when the bridge gave way and they fell into the pond below. There were a few bumps and bruises, but everyone made it out with no serious injuries. One member of the Pierce pre-prom plunge party posted a pic on Twitter and it's been retweeted 50,000 times and it's also made the national news.
Winds ripped dozens of trees from the ground, snapped limbs, and scattered debris. Rain flooded fairways and greens. Monday morning, golf course officials checked out the damage from the storm. More >>
Winds ripped dozens of trees from the ground, snapped limbs, and scattered debris. Rain flooded fairways and greens. Monday morning, golf course officials checked out the damage from the storm.
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