The bill's sponsor, Sen. Joni Albrecht, says she believes doctors will be able to practice much as they do now.
Briar Cliff University will allow Pell Grant-eligible students from Little Priest Tribal College to transfer and receive full tuition aid. It will also provide tuition assistance to students who are not Pell Grant eligible.
Sioux City Assessor Tyler Erickson said in a statement that most residential properties in town will see increases in assessed value because 2022 was "a sellers' market due to low inventory, and high demand leading to higher sale prices."
Phillips is accused of shooting Israel Matos-Colon, 31, of Fowlerville, Michigan, on March 1 at a tower work site approximately two miles north of Hartington.
A Big Ten baseball renaissance could be on the way this spring.
Travelers can expect construction signs to begin going up in southern Sioux Center in early April, as the first phase of the Highway 75 redesign project begins.
At 4 p.m. Thursday, the O'Brien County Communication Center received a call about a deceased female found in Sheldon.
Four boys and three girls from South Sioux City have earned all-River Cities Conference basketball honors.
When the victim came to the door, Mejia was waiting for her in the kitchen and fired one shot as she tried to flee.
Christie's fraud totaled at least $364,893 over the course of the scheme.
SIOUX CITY — Singers Joan Wells and Kris Simon will deliver an entertaining living history performance about cattle drives and the origin of country music at 2 p.m. Apr. 2 at the Betty Strong Encounter Center, 900 Larsen Park Road.
Former Nebraska football coach Scott Frost didn't win much on the field, but he smashed one local record on his way out of town. His house sold for $3.5 million.
Every Nebraskan wants and needs a good and safe place to call home. But that basic necessity is increasingly proving elusive for thousands across Nebraska.
House File 577, which was introduced by Scholten and co-sponsored by Wilton Republican Rep. Bobby Kaufmann, would prohibit a sports broadcast platform from stopping paying customers in Iowa from being able to watch MLB games.
Movie Critic Bruce Miller chats with Oscar winner Olivia Colman about the work she's doing as Miss Havisham in a new miniseries adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic "Great Expectations"
12 former Sioux City Musketeer players and three coaches to compete in NCAA Division I hockey tournament
Brett Larson, Sioux City Musketeers head coach and general manager from 2011-2013, is in his fifth season as the head coach at St. Cloud St. This season is the fourth time he has led the Huskies to the NCAA tournament.
"West and North high schools both seem to struggle a bit in football. I don’t know if it’s possible, but why not consider merging the two teams for football only?"
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Iowa no longer will participate in a multistate program in which states share voter registration information in order to manage their own voting lists and prevent election fraud. Woodbury County Auditor Pat Gill said he was "mystified" why Iowa was leaving.
The scheme began on Aug. 26, 2021, when Perez-Joaquin convinced the mother she and her children were the subject of an Iowa Department of Human Services investigation and tricked the mother into granting temporary custody of the kids to her.
Church events happening around Siouxland
Omaha Sen. Megan Hunt, who helped lead the filibuster, told other senators that she viewed the cloture vote on LB574 as "the final vote" of the session.
Vivek Ramaswamy, a 2024 GOP presidential hopeful and biotech businessman and investor, is making a pair of stops in Denison, Iowa this weekend at a local restaurant and life rally.
Nebraska women's basketball guard Sam Haiby confirmed Thursday that her career is over after suffering an injury in the WNIT's second round.
DES MOINES — Iowa House Republicans proposed spending $8.58 billion in the upcoming budget year, an increase of about 4.5% from the current year, House Speaker Pat Grassley said Thursday.
The Woodbury County Sheriff's Office has released footage from a chase it had early Wednesday morning through the Morningside neighborhood
Loud. Fast. Full. A Nebraska football spring practice under new coach Matt Rhule was all of that Thursday morning — and then some.
SIOUX CITY — Much of Siouxland was digging out from under a short-lived but intense weather system that dumped up to 5 inches of heavy snow early Thursday morning.
'This is my reality' — Nebraska senator says bill targeting gender-affirming health care is personal
In a raw speech to a hushed legislative chamber, Sen. Megan Hunt told lawmakers the bill would affect her 12-year-old son who came out as trans over a year ago.
At the Prairie Woods Nature Center north of Hawarden, visitors great and small are flocking to see the newest resident there, a barred owl named Kahoot, who provides a glimpse into the behaviors of her reclusive species.
Nelnet said it notified 550 employees that their jobs are being eliminated. It also cut 560 employees in January.
The City of Omaha will appeal the jury verdict and other orders in a lawsuit that resulted in a police captain being awarded nearly $1 million for claims of retaliation.
The resolution would have the Iowa Senate denounce the federal and District of Columbia’s governments for the “abject dereliction of duty to ensure cruel and unusual punishments are not inflicted.”
Two Iowa emergency medical services agencies have been sanctioned by the state for allowing unlicensed emergency medical technicians or paramedics to deliver care to patients.
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