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That debate wrapped up with some heated comments from both Governor Branstad and his Democratic challenger Jack Hatch...
A mother who could have died gave birth to two healthy calves, surprising the family that bought her.
Hundred showed up to raise money for Alzheimer's research, in the hopes of finding a cure.
Check out some old school activities that youngsters got to enjoy.
Sioux City police officer Jeremy McClure has confirmed to ABC9 that 66 year-old Bernard Steffe has died...
The Republican Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee made an appearance in Des Moines for an exclusive briefing.
He was being kept on a 2-million-dollar bond for second-degree-murder of a 2-year-old boy and other charges for attacking the boy's mother.
The Scarecrow Festival hosted the scarecrow competition which always fosters creativity and fun.
Things are looking greener for Green Valley!
A new building is on the way, but the district is facing a few bumps in the road.
After 20 years, Morningside finally has a full-fledge marching band, again.
Novelty treat sold at the Sioux City Farmer's Market expands into a local hit.
Bishop Heelan holds Homecoming Parade along Grandview Boulevard
On Friday Rep. King's office announced they have accepted Iowa Public Television's invitation to a debate with Mowrer.
The event focused on life as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender person in a rural area.
The rising popularity of organic farming means concerns over chemicals. Farmers say pesticide-drifting can cause millions of dollars in lost revenue or even destroy their farming operations all together.
Crews working on the Tyson expansion project in Storm Lake hit a sewer line releasing the wastewater.
Court documents say the charges against Eric Riley, who is accused of shooting Ben Steffe, have been dropped.
A public information meeting was held at the Remsen-Union Auditorium Thursday night to weigh in on the future of two Siouxland schools.
Even though help is on the way, workers are still not happy with current situation.
It's a nationwide event that aims to help out those in need including folks here, in Siouxland.
Hundreds grabbed their cowboy boots and hats for this years western steak dinner put on by The Boys Club of Sioux City.
The manliest of men in Yankton, South Dakota, now know what it's like to walk in women's shoes.
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.