Traveling on Hamilton Boulevard seems to have been a less frustrating experience for many motorists lately.
Woodbury County and Sioux City leaders are set to formally break ground on the county's Law Enforcement Center at a Sept. 15 ceremony.
To mask or not to mask?
More than $2.5 billion for roads, bridges, public transportation and broadband will soon be flowing to Nebraska, thanks to the passage of a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure bill approved by the Senate Tuesday.
As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we want to hear from you – what you were doing that day, how it affected your life and how you may have changed in the past two decades.
Prediction: Final attendance numbers are going to be up this year at the Iowa State Fair and its county tributaries.
"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
COVID-19 infections were up last week. Some businesses implemented mask mandates. Health experts warned we possibly could be facing lockdowns again.
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Nobody should have to go through the rollercoaster ride former Sioux Cityan Shelby Houlihan experienced this week.
If you’re one of the thousands of Siouxlanders with a cableone.net email address, you received an interesting email more than a month ago – the service was being discontinued.
Amidst all the backyard barbecues, camping trips, boat excursions and 3-day weekend getaways, it’s easy to lose sight of the origins of Memorial Day.
At a time when most K-12 students were in bed, Gov. Kim Reynolds passed a mask order late Thursday that said schools couldn’t require students or staff to wear them.
THUMBS UP: Area schools have been able to return to a sense of normalcy, thanks to a change in COVID-19 guidelines. It’s good to see teens enjoy some of those hallmark moments of a school career.