SIOUX CITY — A Kansas man accused of driving to Sioux City to meet a 14-year-old girl has pleaded not guilty of providing marijuana to her and a second juvenile female.
SIOUX CITY -- A Kansas man accused of driving to Sioux City to meet a 14-year-old girl has pleaded not guilty of providing marijuana to her and a second juvenile female.
In a letter addressed to Gene Stockton, lead pastor at Heartland, Sioux City Mayor Bob Scott asked local churches to "join together in unity" for the prayer gathering, which runs through Sunday.
Woodbury County Supervisors hear arguments from advocates and opponents of wind turbine setback distances
The Woodbury County Supervisors are considering amending a wind energy ordinance that would increase the distance between wind turbines and residences in the county, from the current 1,250 feet to a potential 2,500 feet.
On Tuesday, barber chairs lined the gym's walls, and 13 barbers and cosmetologists gave 219 students a new look before they begin school on Aug. 24. Police Chief Chris Cole and other officers mingled with the children and their parents,…
SIOUX CITY -- Dozens of wind turbine opponents, and a much smaller number of wind turbine advocates, packed the Woodbury County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday evening for a hearing on the county's commercial wind farm setback distances.
A former elementary school in a residential area of Sioux City has been reborn as a performance arts center.
SIOUX CITY -- The Sioux City School Board will be accepting applications to fill the term of board member Juline Albert.
Hinton, Iowa native Paul Schlotman and Wayne, Neb. native Ty Grone were a part of South Dakota State University's 1/4 Scale Tractor Design Team that won a national championship this summer.
Gilda's Club Quad-Cities will host a free educational workshop, "Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Metastatic Breast Cancer," for anyone impacted by cancer on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at Gilda's Club, 1351 W. Central Park Ave., Davenport.
The Quad-City Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of Kim Busic as violin/viola teaching artist.
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His photo and name no longer appear on the school district's website. School authorities could not be reached to confirm his employment status.
According to an affidavit: Jones, who lived across the street from one of the two crime scenes, left 3 receipts (including 1 for gas from a Laurel mini-mart and another for a gas canister from a Sioux City hardware store)…
Suspect in Laurel, Nebraska four-person homicide lived across the road from one of the two crime scenes
At close of the Friday press conference announcing the suspect in four-person homicide, Cedar County Sheriff Larry Koranda appeared to get choked up while talking about the town of Laurel, Neb."A good community," he said.
The meeting, which begins at 8 a.m. at the Sioux City Convention Center, allows the commission to hear about transportation matters from representatives of local government, interest groups and individuals.
SIOUX CITY -- A Sioux City man has pleaded not guilty of robbing a woman at gunpoint outside a Sioux City convenience store.