Sioux City's three public cemeteries will have staff available from 7:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Monday for Memorial Day visitors. They'll help locate grave sites and provide other assistance. Graceland Cemetery will also present the Avenue of Flags. Memorial Day is one of four times a year the cemetery pays tribute to the armed forces.
Police are reporting a stabbing in Storm Lake, Iowa late Sunday night. While Storm Lake Police aren't releasing many details at this time, they do confirm one man was stabbed. Paramedics took the victim to the hospital and he underwent surgery. Police have one suspect in custody and say they are not looking for anyone else. They said the stabbing happened near 4th and Russell streets. Police plan to release more information Monday morning.
Many Siouxlanders laced up their sneakers to honor those who have served our country in the past and the present. People ran and walked in a 24-hour marathon that wrapped up on Saturday at Memorial Field in Sioux City. The money raised will go to the Siouxland Freedom Park in South Sioux City, Nebraska. Many of those who participated are veterans or relatives of service members, along with loved ones of military men and women who have died in the line of duty.
A Graettinger, Iowa native is checking items off his bucket list. Cody Davis, 13, found out a year ago that he was going to be completely blind, maybe by the end of this summer. Cody said at first he was shocked and cried a lot, but then he bounced back. Cody, who now lives in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, made a list of everything he wants to see one last time. He and his family are heading to Colorado, the St. Louis Arch and the beaches of Florida. However, he's most excited to, in his words, go see the Bears beat down on the Packers.
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