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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.
It's not harvest time yet, but experts are already predicting record yields... which translates in to low prices. But the price of corn affects more than just those growing it.
3,000 men and women, plus $500 million being sent to West Africa as part of President Obama's ramped-up support plan.
Western Iowa cities were shutout of the top 100 list.
A jailer has been fired after allegedly assaulting, intimidating, and threatening a female coworker.
Ivy League Univ. of Pennsylvania Tabbed at No. 1.
Financial literacy is a focus for high school students in Sioux City.
Year-to-year sales increase despite honey bee population problems
This week is National Child Passenger Safety Week and you can celebrate with a free car seat check on Friday.
Workers at the Tyson Plant in Cherokee will now be able to get relevant information regarding future job openings.
Tim O'Neill guided Bishop Heelan to 2001 state baseball title.
A ground breaking is set for October 22nd.
Those who were hoping for a decision today on where Norfolk stock car racing will be located in the future were disappointed.
Monona County Man Accused of Sexual Abuse Captured in Colorado By US Marshals.
Allison Warren sits down with Keri Struve to talk about Sioux City Growth Organization's next event
Allie Theisen is thrilled to be the new homecoming queen and she was elected by her peers who ignore her disability.
Reduce, reuse, recycle. We all know the saying. Sioux City's been offering its free residential recycling program for more than five years now. But still, the number of folks filling up and setting out those little green bins remains low. But not as low as previously thought.
The deposition is part of an on going legal case brought by a former state employee who says he was discriminated against.
Branstad has made student debt a centerpoint of his discussion in recent weeks.
Chef Robert Irvine offers a high energy, interactive, multimedia and multi-sensory theatrical experience.
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.