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Child killed in crash in northwestern Iowa

Authorities say a young child has been killed in a crash in northwestern Iowa. The Sioux City Journal reports that 6-year-old Ayaan Ibrahn died in the Monday night crash at the intersection of ... More Info...

Iowa high school football: Stat leaders after Week 4

A couple of quick takeaways before we get to the numbers. First off, Sioux City North has scored some points this season, and will likely continue to score some points. You’ll remember them as the tea... More Info...

Sioux City man pleads not guilty to numerous Clay County drug charges

SPENCER, Iowa -- A Sioux City man has pleaded not guilty to numerous drug charges that resulted from a high-speed car chase in Spencer. Justin Albright, 26, entered his written plea Monday in ... More Info...

Sioux City Kenworth Invests $5.5M in New Building

“We've invested a little more than $5.5 million in the property and building of our new location in Sioux City, Iowa. We see great things happening there, and in the region, and even greater potential ... More Info...

Lyft's longest ever ride was a 639-mile drive from Colorado to Iowa

The longest ride in the company's short history was a 639-mile journey between Denver, Colorado, and Sioux City, Iowa. That'd cost $744 for a standard Lyft, according to EstimateFares. People were in ... More Info...

New USS Sioux City warship to be commissioned in November

A date is now set for the commissioning of a new warship to be named after a city in northwest Iowa. The USS Sioux City is named, in part, for the birthplace of Medal of Honor recipient Bud Day. Frank ... More Info...

Musketeers Batter Sioux Falls in preseason tilt

SIOUX CENTER, IA - The Musketeers were in Sioux Center, Iowa on Tuesday night for a preseason matchup against the Sioux Falls Stampede, and the trip was well worth it. Sioux City had six different pla... More Info...

LETTER: Hubbell would rid Iowa of Medicaid privatization

Iowa needs a governor who can deliver results in restoring access to health care. - Mary Pautsch, Sioux City * I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement ... More Info...

6-Year-Old Dies In Fatal Crash Near Merrill, Iowa

The Iowa State Patrol announced Ayaan Ibrahn, 6, died after a Nissan Rogue lost control and collided nearly head-on with a Dodge Dakota. Ibrahn was a passenger in the Nissan Rogue which was driven by ... More Info...

6-year-old killed, 4 people injured in head-on crash in Iowa

A child was killed and four people were injured Monday in a head-on crash northeast of Sioux City. Six-year-old Ayaan Ibrahn of Sioux City was fatally injured in the crash. The crash occurred about 8: ... More Info...

Airport and Morningside avenue discussed during Sioux City council meeting

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) – Sioux City City Council’s discussed plans for runway renovation at the Sioux Gateway Airport during Monday’s council meeting. Council members approved the plans ... More Info...

Sioux City native looks back on career as animator for Disney

Disney animator and Sioux City native Ron Clements visited his hometown during a ... He says Hollywood and New York may be far from Iowa, but ambition and drive go a long way. “For anybody who wants t... More Info...


Veterinarians will, over the next five years, become more involved in

Veterinarians will, over the next five years, become more involved in overseeing the use of all forms of medically important antimicrobials used in livestock.​ More Info...

Five grant programs through USDA will award farmers, ranchers and othe

Five grant programs through USDA will award farmers, ranchers and other growers with $102.7 million. These grants will support locally-led projects that help expand markets for local food promotion and specialty crops. More Info...

Local food is maintaining its strong appeal in the Twin Cities, but ti

Local food is maintaining its strong appeal in the Twin Cities, but tight and expensive labor make it a challenging business environment for growers. More Info...

Judge Fredrick Clement made the decision to hand the second-largest da

Judge Fredrick Clement made the decision to hand the second-largest dairy in Oregon over to an appointed trustee in order for it to continue to operate.​ More Info...

A juvenile wolf has been killed in Washington after its pack was found

A juvenile wolf has been killed in Washington after its pack was found repeatedly preying on cattle grazing federal land. More Info...

Iowa land values are still strong, despite coming off of record highs

Iowa land values are still strong, despite coming off of record highs a few years ago. Still, tariffs and trade uncertainty are likely to impact farmland values going into 2019, according to Kyle Hansen at Hertz Ag. More Info...

As NAFTA talks intensify in Washington this week Canada’s dairy farmer

As NAFTA talks intensify in Washington this week Canada’s dairy farmers urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau not to trade access to the country’s protected milk market for a deal with the U.S. More Info...

AG TIME Move The Calendar Up by John Walsh

The soy is getting a bounce today. There are a couple of hypothetical reasons this could be transpiring which I will discuss. However, I am looking at real global issues that should be considered. The feedgrains have been covered all week and my stance has not changed. More Info...

As Walmart’s fluid milk processing plant continues to move toward oper

As Walmart’s fluid milk processing plant continues to move toward operating at capacity, the vertically integrated retailer has experienced plenty of disdain from farmers across the country. More Info...

Nebraska on Wednesday became the first state Farm Bureau to step into

Nebraska on Wednesday became the first state Farm Bureau to step into the health insurance arena. More Info...

The state department did not disclose what farms were flooded. Other r

The state department did not disclose what farms were flooded. Other reported damage included wind damage to hog structures and road damage. Additional assessments will be made Wednesday as flood waters allow. More Info...

This week on the Farmer Forum we have Steve Pitstick from Illinois, Ti

This week on the Farmer Forum we have Steve Pitstick from Illinois, Tim Recker of Iowa, and Casey Schuhmacher of Nebraska. More Info...

The world got one of its first public images of the biggest ag company

The world got one of its first public images of the biggest ag company on the globe Tuesday in Germany as leadership from Bayer and former Monsanto employees spoke at the newly minted Bayer Future of Farming Dialogue. More Info...

The UN's Chief Veterinary Officer says of the African Swine Fever in C

The UN's Chief Veterinary Officer says of the African Swine Fever in China, “What we’re seeing so far is just the tip of the iceberg.” An emergency three-day meeting was recently held to address global concerns. More Info...

Book Review: Revise Your Assumptions on Heredity

Carl Zimmer is one of our finest science writers, carefully crafting explanations of today’s cutting-edge research in available form for laymen.  More Info...

Iowa was not one of the original plaintiffs fighting WOTUS, but a ruli

Iowa was not one of the original plaintiffs fighting WOTUS, but a ruling Tuesday allows the state to join the fray. “The EPA’s WOTUS Rule imposes unnecessary burdens on Iowans,” Iowa Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg said. More Info...

Because of their height, pressure from grain and other factors, grain

Because of their height, pressure from grain and other factors, grain bins can cause severe injury and even death if proper safety procedures aren’t followed.​ More Info...

What cows eat can affect the microbial population inside the rumen.

What cows eat can affect the microbial population inside the rumen. More Info...

US China Trade War Intensifies As Harvest Advances

US–China Trade War Intensifies As Harvest Advances More Info...

The Maschhoffs want potential production partners to understand what’s

The Maschhoffs want potential production partners to understand what’s involved before they enter into a contract agreement. They provide a comprehensive report that outlines the costs of constructing a hog building. More Info...

Respect, commitment and dedication provide staying power for the natio

Respect, commitment and dedication provide staying power for the nation’s largest family-owned pork operation. Dave and Karen Maschhoff (left) and Ken and Julie Maschhoff (right), run The Maschhoffs, Inc. More Info...

Soybeans Continue to Probe for Lows?

With trade tensions continuing to escalate between the US and China it has been difficult to find any good news for soybeans. How much worse will it get?​ More Info...

Floods unleashed across North Carolina by deadly Hurricane Florence ar

Floods unleashed across North Carolina by deadly Hurricane Florence are destroying crops after the storm wreaked havoc on cotton and tobacco. More Info...

Rising North Carolina rivers swamp dozens of poultry barns, killing at

Rising North Carolina rivers swamp dozens of poultry barns, killing at least 1.7 million chickens. More Info...

Plan For a Steady Increase in Input Prices

Expect farm input prices to annually increase by 1.7% for the next decade. More Info...

AgLaunch Initiative, a farm-centric agricultural innovation organizati

AgLaunch Initiative, a farm-centric agricultural innovation organization, announced today the Innova $100,000 Row Crop Challenge powered by AgLaunch More Info...

High-level NAFTA negotiations are set to resume in Washington, where R

High-level NAFTA negotiations are set to resume in Washington, where Republicans are warning time is running out for Canada to join the U.S. and Mexico in a trilateral deal. More Info...

Paul McCartney's new album includes a song about climate change denier

Paul McCartney's new album includes a song about climate change deniers, which he unabashedly sings while trotting the globe in private jets and driving sports cars. More Info...

A bulging U.S. cattle herd along with record demand for beef means tha

A bulging U.S. cattle herd along with record demand for beef means that more cows are making their way to slaughter, leaving behind a glut of hides. A new tariff imposed by China on hides won't help. More Info...

The BNSF Railway Company is being sued by a rancher after more than 50

The BNSF Railway Company is being sued by a rancher after more than 50 cattle went missing and died following flooding that is being blamed on a railroad berm. More Info...

A former grain elevator manager is on the run after allegedly pocketin

A former grain elevator manager is on the run after allegedly pocketing $2 million from the Ashby Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co. in west-central Minnesota.​ More Info...

Bryne Dairy, located in DeWitt, N.Y., is planning to expand its Ultra

Bryne Dairy, located in DeWitt, N.Y., is planning to expand its Ultra Dairy Plant to grow its packaging capability and create at least 20 new jobs. More Info...

Test for Soybean Cyst Nematode

Looks can be deceiving as hidden pockets of the disease can still cut yield More Info...

Procacci Bros., Philadelphia, is celebrating its 70-year anniversary.

Procacci Bros., Philadelphia, is celebrating its 70-year anniversary. More Info...

Today on the program, we have a hearty discussion about the farm bill,

Today on the program, we have a hearty discussion about the farm bill, trade and crop insurance with callers, and Hyle Hansen of Hertz Ag discusses their latest survey. More Info...

Along with his brothers-in-law, Scott Mundhenke and Tim Eike, they pri

Along with his brothers-in-law, Scott Mundhenke and Tim Eike, they primarily use four technology tools to make decisions: Climate FieldView, My John Deere, ADM Investor Services and AgYield app. More Info...

Britain's May appeals to EU leaders but no sign of Brexit deal

Prime Minister Theresa May appealed directly to fellow European Union leaders on Wednesday to drop "unacceptable" Brexit demands that she said could rip Britain apart, urging the bloc to respond in kind to her "serious and workable" plan.

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U.S. ready to resume North Korea talks, seeks denuclearization by 2021

The United States said it was ready to resume talks with North Korea after Pyongyang pledged on Wednesday to dismantle its key missile facilities and suggested it would close its main Yongbyon nuclear complex if Washington took unspecified actions.

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U.N. chief Guterres welcomes outcome of Koreas summit: spokesman

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday welcomed the outcome of the summit between leaders of North and South Korea and said "now is the time for concrete action," U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement.

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Trump defends Supreme Court nominee as accuser faces deadline

President Donald Trump on Wednesday stepped up his defense of his U.S. Supreme Court nominee, saying it was hard to imagine Brett Kavanaugh committed a sexual assault and that it would be unfortunate if his accuser did not testify before the Senate.

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Sen. McCaskill says will vote against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh

Democratic U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, facing a tough re-election battle in Missouri, said on Wednesday she will vote against confirming President Donald Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.

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'Calm before storm,' Trump warns South Carolina after Florence deluge

U.S. President Donald Trump warned South Carolina on Wednesday "water is coming your way" from more floods as the death toll from Hurricane Florence rose to at least 36 after a sheriff's van was swept away killing two women.

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More than 53,000 Carolinas customers without power after Florence

More than 53,600 U.S. homes and businesses, mostly in North Carolina and South Carolina, were still without power on Wednesday, after Hurricane Florence hit the North Carolina coast last week, power companies said.

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Exclusive: Russian oil firm seeks dollar alternative amid U.S. sanctions threat

Russian oil producer Surgutneftegaz is pushing buyers to agree to pay for oil in euros instead of dollars if the need arises, apparently as insurance against possible tougher U.S. sanctions, traders who deal with the firm told Reuters.

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Canada PM urges some U.S. flexibility in NAFTA, talks seen slow

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday he wanted to see flexibility from the United States if the two sides are to reach a deal on renewing NAFTA, which Washington insists must be finished by the end of the month.

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Lawyer for Kavanaugh's accuser says Senate panel rushing to hearing

A lawyer for a woman who has accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault on Wednesday criticized the Senate Judiciary Committee for scheduling a hearing on the matter for Monday, the Washington Post reported.

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New Mexico observatory closure stemmed from FBI child porn probe: documents

The mysterious 11-day closure of a New Mexico solar observatory stemmed from an FBI investigation of a janitor suspected of using the facility's wireless internet service to send and receive child pornography, federal court documents showed on Wednesday.

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Trump defends Supreme Court nominee as accuser faces deadline

President Donald Trump on Wednesday stepped up his defense of his U.S. Supreme Court nominee, saying it was hard to imagine Brett Kavanaugh committed a sexual assault and that it would be unfortunate if his accuser did not testify before the Senate.

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Elizabeth Smart says prison release of her captor poses danger

Elizabeth Smart, the Utah woman whose kidnapping as a 14-year-old drew national attention to the issue of crimes against children, said in an interview that the release of one of her kidnappers on Wednesday posed a danger to the public.

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NBA- Mavs' Cuban to donate $10 million after probe into workplace harassment

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will donate $10 million to women's organizations following a seven-month investigation into sexual harassment allegations within the organization, the National Basketball Association (NBA) said on Wednesday.

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'Calm before storm,' Trump warns South Carolina after Florence deluge

U.S. President Donald Trump warned South Carolina on Wednesday "water is coming your way" from more floods as the death toll from Hurricane Florence rose to at least 36 after a sheriff's van was swept away killing two women.

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More than 53,000 Carolinas customers without power after Florence

More than 53,600 U.S. homes and businesses, mostly in North Carolina and South Carolina, were still without power on Wednesday, after Hurricane Florence hit the North Carolina coast last week, power companies said.

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Four wounded as gunman chases wife into Pennsylvania court building

A man chased his estranged wife into a crowded Pennsylvania court building where they were due to appear for a domestic violence hearing on Wednesday, then shot and wounded her before he was fatally shot by police, according to law enforcement and local media.

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Lawyer for Kavanaugh's accuser says Senate panel rushing to hearing

A lawyer for a woman who has accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault on Wednesday criticized the Senate Judiciary Committee for scheduling a hearing on the matter for Monday, the Washington Post reported.

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Creator of 3-D printed guns flies to Taiwan amid U.S. sex assault accusation

A Texas man at the center of a legal battle over his plan to make instructions available for 3-D printed plastic guns flew to Taiwan after learning police in Austin were investigating an accusation he had sex with an underage girl, police said on Wednesday.

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U.S. judge dismisses GM ignition switch criminal case

A federal judge in New York on Wednesday dismissed a criminal case brought against General Motors Co in 2015 over the largest U.S. automaker's handling of an ignition-switch defect linked to 124 deaths.

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Obituaries credit to: KTIV

Donna F. Roeber, 78, Wayne, Nebraska

Donna was born on February 27, 1940 and passed away on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Donna was a resident of Wayne, Nebraska at the time of passing. Memorials may be directed to the Roeber Family for later designation. More Info...

Vera M. Welander, 86, Pomeroy, Iowa

Vera was born on May 8, 1932 and passed away on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Vera was a resident of Pomeroy, Iowa at the time of passing. Vera graduated from Pomeroy High School in 1950. More Info...

Tracy Busch, 88, Pender, Nebraska

Tracy was born on September 9, 1930 and passed away on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Tracy was a resident of Pender, Nebraska at the time of passing. Funeral services are currently pending with Munderloh - Smith Funeral Home in Pender. More Info...

Mary Leon Wass, 97, Bigelow, Minnesota

Mary was born on September 3, 1921 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Mary was a resident of Bigelow, Minnesota at the time of passing. A memorial service will take place at a later date at Dingmann Funeral Home & Cremation Service in Worthington. More Info...

Celenia Vallido McCoy, 76, Remsen, Iowa

Celenia was born on October 21, 1941 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Celenia was a resident of Remsen, Iowa at the time of passing. Funeral Service will be 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 at Fisch Funeral Home & Monument in Remsen with Rev. William McCarthy officiating. Visitation with family present will be 5-7p.m. on Friday. Visitation will resume 1 hour prior to the service on Saturday at the funeral home. More Info...

Twila M. Taylor, 85, Ponca, Nebraska

Twila was born on July 27, 1933 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Twila was a resident of Ponca, Nebraska at the time of passing. Funeral services will be at 10:30 A.M. on Friday, September 21, 2018 at the Ponca State Park Resource Center with Pastor Jeff Peters officiating. Burial will be in the Ponca Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at Christ the King Community Church in Ponca, NE, and will resume at 9:30 A.M.... More Info...

Diana K. Brown, 70, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Diana was born on July 22, 1948 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Diana was a resident of Sioux Falls, South Dakota at the time of passing. More Info...

Karen M. Kirkeby, 80, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Karen was born on September 10, 1938 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Karen was a resident of Sioux Falls, South Dakota at the time of passing. The family moved to Minneapolis area where she graduated from Robbinsdale High School in 1956. Memorial Service will be 11:00 am Saturday, September 22, at Spirtit of Joy Lutheran Church, 2208 W. LaQuinta Ave. Sioux Falls, SD. Memorials may be given to Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church or Sioux Falls Humane Society. More Info...

Margie Kienapfel, 86, Manning, Iowa

Margie was born on March 8, 1932 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Margie was a resident of Manning, Iowa at the time of passing. More Info...

Donna M. Milander, 83, Laurel, Nebraska

Donna passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Donna was a resident of Laurel, Nebraska at the time of passing. Funeral services are pending at the Wintz Funeral Home in Laurel, NE. More Info...

Lauretta Van Buskirk, Le Mars, Iowa

Lauretta passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Lauretta was a resident of Le Mars, Iowa at the time of passing. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. on Friday, September 21, 2018 at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, rural Akron, Iowa. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Visitation will begin at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 20, 2018 with the family present from 5-7 p.m. and a prayer service at 7:00 p.m. at the Mauer-Johnson Funeral Home in Le Mars. More Info...

Michael C. Fideler, 60, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Michael was born on May 31, 1958 and passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. Michael was a resident of Sioux Falls, South Dakota at the time of passing. Visitation begins at 5:00 PM Thursday, September 20 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls, where the family will greet friends from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. More Info...

Ronald James Erkes, 82, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Ronald was born on March 5, 1936 and passed away on Sunday, September 16, 2018. Ronald was a resident of Sioux Falls, South Dakota at the time of passing. He attended grade school in Spencer, IA, then Junior High and High School in Canton, SD before graduating from Sheldon High School in 1954. Ronald then moved to Denver Colorado where he worked for Martin Missile until 1958 when he was drafted into the United States Army. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, September... More Info...

Emmogene C. Evers, 88, Schleswig, Iowa

Emmogene was born on December 29, 1929 and passed away on Sunday, September 16, 2018. Emmogene was a resident of Schleswig, Iowa. More Info...

Lowell Rogne, 69, Spirit Lake, Iowa

Lowell was born on May 15, 1949 and passed away on Sunday, September 16, 2018. Lowell was a resident of Spirit Lake, Iowa at the time of passing. More Info...