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Iowa businessman Rick Stewart delivers campaign petitions on his bike.
Plans for an almost 300 lot housing development near Whispering Creek Golf Course are being delayed yet again.
If you fly SUX, the security screening process could get easier if you take advantage of the new TSA center in town.
The LifeServe Blood Center in Sioux City is running low on available units of blood to help those who need it. Now, it's your turn to help.
There are some things you should know about your sunscreen and bug spray before you cover yourself.
Students and faculty at Wisner Pilger got a special delivery on Monday, all courtesy of a local football team. They dropped off dozens of desks Monday morning for storm ravaged students to use. The students and staff there are hoping these donations help get the school year off to a stellar start.
State Auditor Mary Mosiman says Iowa is making significant progress when it comes to sticking to a budget.
The Small Business Administration Outreach Center in Union County, SD is set to close on Tuesday.
Lincoln businessman Todd Watson is the latest to join the race to fill the seat currently held by Sen. Mike Johanns.
Melissa Edwards Facing Multiple Charges in Two States Over Thefts from Government and Tenants.
The Sioux City Community School District donated desks and other furniture to the Wisner-Pilger School District.
The man who allegedly robbed the United Bank of Iowa in Holstein on Thursday, is also being charged for two additional robberies at Sioux City motels.
Kids and Adults will enjoy this educational and affordable family vacation.
“1,000 kids for Iowa” is a campaign aimed to give relief to the 57,000 immigrant children in the U.S. from Central America. Lisa Burg of Orange City, Iowa signed up to be one of the many host families through the program.
Taking a trip up to the Okoboji area is a popular pastime for Siouxlanders in the summer but also for campers. It's the site of Boys Town Okoboji Camp, a camp for at risk kids. And it offers much more than just a typical camp experience.
The town of Pilger, Nebraska these days is seemingly being called by everyone, "the town too tough to die". Of course, the motto was made famous by the strength shown by Pilger's residents after the twin twisters destroyed the town back in June. But the saying isn't new. It was created 50 years ago, as a prank. And in time, small changes were made.
It's a sport they say can be played by anyone from 7 to 70. Disc golf has been catching on like crazy across the U.S. with parks now all over.
Nearly 450 employees from Tyson will lose their job in late September.
Walk or run, and just have fun!