MONONA COUNTY, Iowa -- A man died on I-29 Friday afternoon after being thrown from a motorcycle, officials said.
SIOUX CITY -- The City's Engineering Division announced Wednesday that 11th Street will be closed from Floyd Boulevard to Steuben Street beginning next week and lasting through next month.
SIOUX CITY -- The city of Sioux City will close the intersection at 14th and Virginia streets next week in order to make utility repairs.
SIOUX CITY -- It is time to be on watch when driving, especially near or after sunset.
SIOUX CITY -- Work will soon begin on the second stage of the Morningside Avenue Reconstruction Project from South Lakeport Street to South Nicollet Street.
SIOUX CITY -- A block of Pearl Street in downtown Sioux City will be closed for approximately two weeks while a private contractor makes utility connections and paving repairs for an adjacent building.
SIOUX CITY | Utility repairs lasting about two weeks will result in the closure of a northside city intersection.
SIOUX CITY | The Floyd Boulevard bridge that stretches from Dace Avenue to Fourth Street will be close for a chunk of the daytime Sunday.
SIOUX CITY | The northbound Interstate 29 ramps to Wesley Parkway and Floyd Boulevard in Sioux City will reopen at 5 p.m. Friday, as work on the northbound lanes near completion in 2017.
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REMSEN, Iowa | Officials have named John Marvin Vanwyke Jr., of Sheldon, Iowa, as the man who died in a three-vehicle crash in Plymouth County Wednesday.
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ORANGE CITY, Iowa -- A Kingsley, Iowa, man has pleaded not guilty of threatening to kill an Orange City man.
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