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4 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
McClure Engineering Company President Terry Lutz said they've been meeting with cities in the area, Woodbury county, and local industries.
Do undocumented immigrants contribute to the economy?
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
8 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
10 hrs ago | Beckers ASC Review
An article in the Sioux City Journal recently featured Joe Morris, MD, a general surgeon at Piece Street Same Day Surgery in Sioux City, Iowa, discussing the use of Exparel pain medication.
14 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
Several Siouxland kids got some new kicks Tuesday morning. The Community Action Agency of Siouxland along with Payless Shoes at Southern Hills Mall in Sioux City held a shoe party.
A big section of Interstate 29 through Sioux City is back to normal as work to expand the road concluded.
Iowa's Republican candidates for the US Senate made a stop in Sioux City Monday, and had some choice words about the things going on in Washington.
DRUG AND CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS. DAVID YOUNG SAYS "UNDEREMPLOYMENT" CONTINUES TO HAMPER ECONOMIC GROWTH AND THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION IS NOT DOING MUCH TO IMPROVE THE ECONOMY: SEVERAL BARBS WERE TAKEN AT DEMOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATE BRUCE BRALEY DURING THE FORUM WHICH WAS HELD AT ELDON'S RESTAURANT.
South Sioux City Police officers tell KTIV the chase started in Sioux City, and ended when the car hit a mailbox on 13th and G Streets in South Sioux.
The Sheriff's Department said David Tripp, who is also a correctional officer for the county, was arrested in the early morning hours by the Sioux City Police Department.
Since 1997, when WORLD first reported on plans to change for ideological reasons the 1984 NIV translation relished by most American evangelicals, we've followed the turns of the New International Version as it became newer.
BIDDERS FROM AROUND THE AREA WILL FILL THE HO CHUNK CENTRE WITH HOLIDAY CHEER AS THEY TRY TO WIN "SNICKERS" AT SATURDAY'S 78TH ANNUAL LITTLE YELLOW DOG AUCTION.
Sending packages to friends and family in other parts of the country can mean long lines this close to the holidays.
Bill Drilling, an owner of a pharmacy in Sioux City, Iowa, apologizes as he rings up a customer's three-month supply of the heart medicine digoxin.
A 28-year woman from Royal, Iowa has been arrested on more than 50 charges of illegally buying prescription drugs with intent to sell them on the street.