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Athletes from all over the country are in Sioux City this week for the NAIA Division II Woman's Basketball Championship; but before the games begin, the players teamed up with some Special Olympics athletes to shoot hoops and share their skills.
IT'S HER THIRD VISIT TO SIOUX CITY TO PARTICIPATE IN BOTH THE TOURNAMENT AND CLINIC WITH THE PERENNIAL POWERHOUSE PANTHERS: WOODBURY COUNTY TAXPAYERS WILL SEE A PROPERTY TAX HIKE AFTER SUPERVISORS APPROVED THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR THAT BEGINS JULY 1ST.
An investigation is underway after two bodies were discovered at the scene of a burning trailer in Crawford County, Iowa.
After several lean years that forced Sioux City's Community School Board to make cuts to its teach staff, the district is working with extra revenue this year.
Heather Binder's car was hit by a train near Alta on February 13th. In that car, were her girls, Chloe and Camille.
The only American judo player to ever win a world championship shares some of the secrets to her success, right here in Sioux City.
A woman was shot in the head last night near downtown Sioux City after a man fired a gun through the walls of an apartment.
SiteSelection.com has named Gainesville one of the top metropolitan areas in the country.
MADSEN SAYS 56 NEW CONDOMINIUM UNITS WERE ALSO BUILT, WITH 44 AT THE INDIAN HILLS SENIOR LIVING CENTER AND OTHERS DOWNTOWN.
An Army Corps of Engineers official says the mountain snowpack in the Missouri River's upper basin is close to levels seen before 2011 flooding on the river.
When it comes to helping Sioux City track down drivers with a lead foot, lawmakers in South Dakota say their state shouldn't help.
Paramedics from four states have gathered in Sioux City this weekend for an annual conference that focuses on the skills needed to keep patients alive until they can reach a hospital.
TRAILER ON INTERSTATE 29 SOUTH OF SALIX. INVESTIGATORS SAY THE DRIVER OF THE SEMI LEFT TYSON MEATS IN DAKOTA CITY WITH A LOAD OF MEAT, AND STRUCK AS MANY AS FOUR OTHER VEHICLES IN NEBRASKA.
Governor Dennis Daugaard has thrown his support behind a measure that attempts to stop the Sioux City, Iowa, police department from collecting fines from speeders ticketed by automated traffic cameras.