- High: 87°F
- Low: 64°F
- Sunrise: 6:53 AM CDT
- Sunset: 7:55 PM CDT
- Feels Like: 65°F
- Wind Chill: 65°F
- Visibility: 10 mi.
- Dew Point: 60°
- Relative Humidity: 84%
Sioux City, IA (ABC9 News) - We are excited to announce that our station will be hosting and airing a live debate with the candidates for U.S. Senate seat in Iowa.
Minnesota chasers were setting up cameras when the storm rolled into Crawford County.
After a levee break along the Boyer River, finally some relief. A mandatory evacuation order for folks in parts of Missouri Valley is being lifted.
If you've still got tree limbs or other storm debris, a clean up will happen Wednesday and Friday.
Mudrooms can add value to your home and help you save on heating costs.
Residents in Dakota and Woodbury counties are feeling burned by storm sirens that never sounded, or sounded after the damage was done.
The move comes following a review of it's corporate structure.
Many tree removal companies are reporting being overly busy after Sunday's storms.
Farmers Coop Society is moving approximately 2.5 million bushels of corn from their flat storage unit in Sioux Center after the building showed signs of smoldering corn Monday afternoon.
It's been debated at every turn; Courthouse security in Woodbury County.
A lack of nursing support at the Woodbury County jail was a hot topic at the Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday.
Iowa's pheasant population hits it's highest mark in 6 years, up 151%.
An expanded area for curbside pickup of residential tree debris will include areas south of a line generally marked by the intersection of Lincoln Way and Lewis Boulevard, Lorraine Avenue, and Whispering Creek Drive.
Trial Begins for Man Accused of Killing Rockwell City Officer During Standoff in September
The Iowa State Patrol has released the name of the Rock Valley woman killed in an accident near Inwood on Friday night.
Launch Week Specifically for Entrepreneurs
Homeowners can return to access any damage after massive rainfall caused a levee breach.
Several campers were crushed by falling trees.
Crews were out at Whispering Creek near Morningside Avenue beginning at 4 AM on Monday.
From homes to businesses, clean up is underway everywhere.
City crews and residents alike spent most of their Labor Day Monday cleaning up the mess from the disastrous storm that swept through the area Sunday night.
Art Splash just finished up at Riverside Park Sunday Evening.
Everyone in Riverside park had the chance to add to their own piece of artwork.
More than 300 people came out for the 14th annual Cherish the Children Walk.
Walk or run, and just have fun!