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Student ‘stable’ after injury at South Dakota high school rodeo event
According to a social media post by the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association, Brigg Price, a student from Faith, was in a horse accident. The post says Price was airlifted to Bismarck, North Dakota.
Tractor destroyed in weekend fire in South Dakota
CHANCELLOR, S.D. (KELO) — A tractor is a total loss after a fire in Turner County over the weekend. The Chancellor Community Fire Department says it happened northwest of town just before 10 o’clock Saturday night. As crews were on their way to the scene, officials say smoke and flames could be seen from over […]
Authorities continue search for missing man in Iowa lake
DES MOINES, Iowa (KCAU) — Polk County authorities are continuing the search for a man who fell off a boat into Saylorville Lake yesterday and did not resurface. Authorities received multiple 9-1-1 calls around 5 p.m. Monday evening and the Polk County Sheriff’s Office responded along with multiple other agencies. Authorities were unable to find […]
Minnesota governor to sign legal marijuana bill at noon Tuesday
The bill makes sweeping changes authorizing the growth, manufacturing and lawful sale of cannabis products.
Driving lesson ends in pond at Iowa park
DES MOINES, Iowa (WHO) — A new driver learned an expensive lesson on Monday afternoon at Water Works Park in Des Moines. Des Moines Police and Fire were called out to the park after a car left the road and went into a pond. Everyone in the vehicle made it out safe and the vehicle […]
Native American leaders in South Dakota forge ahead with educational reforms
Early mornings at the new Oceti Sakowin Community Academy are a joyous time for the roughly 28 kindergartners who attend and the two staff members who teach them.
Gunshot hits cabinet in Sioux Center home
SIOUX CENTER, Iowa (KELO) — Authorities in Sioux County, Iowa are asking for the public’s help in solving a gunshot investigation. The sheriff’s office says it happened at a home north of Sioux Center just after 6:30 Thursday night. The homeowner says a bullet was shot through a window and hit a cabinet inside the […]
Fleet Farm hosts third annual Taps Across America
The event starts with the playing of reveille and the presenting of the colors ending with taps being played by the bugle.
Dakota Valley baseball wins big in state quarterfinal game
SIOUX CITY, IOWA (KCAU) – The Dakota Valley Panthers defeated PG/DC/WL in the SDHSBA Class B state quarterfinal round. DV advances to the semifinals against Tea Area on Tuesday at noon.
Sioux City infielder Matt Lloyd earns American Association Hitter of the Week honors
SIOUX CITY, IOWA (KCAU) – The Sioux City Explorers have started the season on the right foot, as they are currently a game ahead of Fargo-Moorhead for first place in the West Division while being only one of two teams in the entire league to have double digit wins, with one of the X’s impact […]
Spencer Tigers girls soccer team takes the next step, prepare for fifth-consecutive state tournament appearance
SIOUX CITY, IOWA (KCAU) – After the dust settled in the IGHSAU Soccer Regionals, only two local teams remain in contention. One of those squads is the Spencer Tigers, who are led by the state’s leading goal scorer. Tigers sophomore Addison Hoben leads the state in scoring, as she is the only player to register […]
Iowa Hawkeyes baseball team earns NCAA Tournament bid for sixth time in program history
SIOUX CITY, IOWA (KCAU) – The Iowa Hawkeyes baseball team will be headed to the NCAA Tournament. The team earned the #2 seed in the Terre Haute Regional. This is the sixth appearance in the NCAA Tournament for the Hawkeyes. Iowa earned an at-large bid after finishing as the runner-up in the Big Ten tournament […]
Memorial Park Cemetary ceremony honors those who have fallen
Roughly 4,000 flags were placed on the graves of fallen soldiers.
Le Mars parade honors fallen soldiers
This year marks the 58th annual Avenue of Flags in Le Mars. 1,458 flags were posted on the grounds.
Sioux City Community School District to host hiring event for bus drivers
In the hopes of securing more bus drivers the Sioux City Community School District is hosting a hiring event next week to allow those interested to explore their options.
Iowa woman killed after 2 teen drivers hit her car simultaneously
Two teen drivers - one of whom appears to have driving in the wrong lane - ran a stop sign and simultaneously hit another vehicle, killing a Waterloo woman in Iowa City on Saturday.
Yes, you can suffer from seasonal affective disorder in the summer
SUMMER DEPRESSION IS A MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER YOU CAN MANAGE BY PREPARING AHEAD AND PRACTICING SELF-CARE. IN THIS ARTICLE: Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a mental condition many people associate with the winter months, but it also happens during the summer. SAD is a type of depression occurring as the seasons change. Longer days, planning […]
Post Iowa building collapse, rescue becomes recovery
Rescue efforts after the Landmark building, an apartment building, collapsed in Davenport yesterday have now become recovery efforts.
How a Netflix true crime show helped find a missing teenager
The true crime genre has helped bring renewed attention to cold cases and unsolved investigations.
Midwest primed to be next frontier for invasive plant kudzu
Congress listed it as a “noxious weed” and it is now commonly known as “the vine that ate the South.”
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