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Hometown Farmer: Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery

(SPIRIT LAKE, IA) We're heading to the Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery in this week's "Proud to be a Hometown Farmer," where workers are trying to squeeze out millions of reasons for you snag a great catch the next time you go fishing in Iowa.

Hard Rock Casino Construction "Going Great" Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Siouxland News spoke with the General Manager of the under-construction Hard Rock Casino in downtown Sioux City for an update on the construction project.

Sioux City Symphony Announces 2014-15 Concert Schedule Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) The Sioux City Symphony unveiled the list of performances for its upcoming 2014-15 season, which will be its 99th year of performing.

Shepherd's Garden Nears Fundraising Goal

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Sioux City's former YWCA, next to First Presbyterian Church, will be converted into a garden with help from Vision Iowa.

Fallen Tree Causes Damage to Sioux City Home

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Heavy winds caused a tree to topple onto a Sioux City home and caused damage. 

Cause of Last Year's Norfolk Plane Crash Revealed

(NORFOLK, NE) A year after an Omaha man crashed his plane in a field near Norfolk, authorities believe they have an answer as to why the crash happened.

Autopsy Reveals No Foul Play in Ocheyedan Man's Death

(OCHEYEDAN, IA) An autopsy has ruled out foul play in the death of 46 year old Steven Noble from Ocheyedan, Iowa.

Ocheyedan Man Found Dead

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Steve Noble, an Ocheyedan resident, was found dead following an emergency call. An autopsy will be done to determine the cause of death.

ISU Students and Alumni Susceptible to Data Breach

(AMES, IA) Iowa State University officials have discovered a data breach that could affect more than 29 thousand former and current students.

Replica Airplane Draws Museum Visitors Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) For his retirement hobby, one Siouxland man decided to pass up the usual options of golf or fishing... choosing instead to build a replica of a World War I fighter plane.

Lifetime of Service Video included

  (SIOUX CITY, IA) A Siouxlander who spent his life helping the poor, the disabled, and the disenfranchised has died at the age of 80.

Sioux City Agrees to Settlement over Franchise Fees

(SIOUX CITY, IA) MidAmerican Energy Company and Woodbury County Rural Electric Cooperative lost a $6.5 million class-action lawsuit. The suit claimed that the companies overcharged customers.

Sioux City Council Allows Pit Bulls

(SIOUX CITY, IA) The Sioux City City Council has voted in an amendment that will allow for pit bulls to be held within city limits by qualifying animal rescue groups for 90 days.

Spirit Lake Man Pleads Guilty

(SPIRIT LAKE, IA) Tailer Handsaker of Spirit Lake has pleaded guilty to second degree murder of Sara Grimmius, and now faces up to 70 years in prison.

Sioux City Suds Looking to Open Sioux City Brew Pub Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) One young entrepreneur won a grant from Sioux City GO to open the city's first brew pub.

Children's Museum Receives Vision Iowa Grant

(SIOUX CITY, IA) The Children's Museum of Siouxland is $900,000 closer to opening thanks to a Vision Iowa grant.

Name Released for Body Found in Stanton County

(STANTON COUNTY, NE) Stanton County officials have released the name a woman whose death is under investigation.

Not Guilty Plea in Sac City Murder Case

(SAC CITY, IA) The man accused of killing his Sac City roommate in 2009 and hiding the body before fleeing the state has entered his plea.

Argosy Casino Given Deadline to Close Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) The murky picture surrounding Sioux City's casinos got a little bit clearer at Thursday's IRGC meeting.

"Arrive Alive Tour" Visits Sioux City

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Western Iowa Tech welcomed a driving simulator to campus to show what could happen when students pay more attention to their phones than the road.

Sioux City Man Accused of Multiple Robberies

(SIOUX CITY, IA) A Sioux City man is accused of two north-side robberies in the last few weeks.

Hometown Farmer: 2012 Ag Census Video included

(SIOUXLAND) We're getting a first look at the 2012 Ag Census and talking with an agronomist to find out what the findings mean for Siouxland farmers.

Orpheum Restorer Passes Away

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Ray Shepardson, the man responsible for the two year long Orpheum Theatre restoration, passed away Monday. Shepardson was 70 years old.

Old Dane Golf Course Goes Green Video included

(DAKOTA CITY, NE) One Siouxland golf course is re-defining "going green".

Construction Begins on Northbound I-29

(SERGEANT BLUFF, IA) Construction beginning Thursday on northbound I-29 will add hassle for drivers.

Executive Director of Siouxland Center for Active Generations Retires

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Jeff Loffwold is celebrating his retirement as Executive Director of the Siouxland Center for Active Generations.

Vermillion Cold Case: Closed Video included

(ELK POINT, SD) South Dakota's Attorney General delivered the results of the investigation into the disappearances of Pamela Jackson and Cheryl Miller today, closing the book on this decades-old mystery.

Gordon Drive Detour's Effect on Business Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) The Gordon Drive detour is less than a day old and it's already having a negative impact on businesses.

Man Arrested in South SIoux City Shooting

(SOUTH SIOUX CITY, NE) A man has been arrested in connection with a shooting incident in South Sioux City.

Dakota City Deals With Boil Water Alert Video included

(DAKOTA CITY, NE) Residents of Dakota City and rural Dakota County are being told to boil their water after issues this weekend with a water line near the city's water treatment plant.

Sioux City Officials Revise Pit Bull Ban

(SIOUX CITY, IA) An amendment to Sioux City's pit bull ban will allow animal rescue groups to hold pit bulls in city limits while they attempt to locate new owners.

Gordon Drive Detour Starts Tuesday

(SIOUX CITY, IA) The long-dreaded detour of Gordon Drive starts Tuesday.

Sioux City School District Names Teacher of the Year Video included

(SIOUX CITY, IA) Sioux City Community School District names Dann Speichinger "Teacher of the Year".

New Healthy Choice in Downtown Dining

(SIOUX CITY, IA) McCarthy & Bailey's Irish Pub has changed menu options to provide a healthier selection and is now official designated a Blue Zones restaurant.

Deloit Murder Defendant Pleads Guilty to Lesser Charges

(DENISON, IA) One of the three defendants charged in last month's double homicide near Deloit has pleaded guilty to lesser charges.

National Pork Board Treasurer Talks P.E.D.V. In Siouxland Video included

(NEAR AURELIA, IA) In this week's "Proud to be a Hometown Farmer," we're finding out how local producers are changing their operations to keep pigs safe from one of the biggest health problems facing Midwest pork today.

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