Local News Headlines
- Woman pleads not guilty to fatal 2012 Iowa crash
A Le Mars woman has pleaded not guilty to two charges stemming from a fatal 2012 hit-and-run crash in Sioux City.
- Woman charged with arson in Mason City blaze
A 32-year-old Mason City woman is accused of setting a fire in an apartment building.
- News Minute: Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press
The Iowa House and Senate have approved an education budget that could let higher education officials freeze tuition for a second-straight year. Both chambers approved a $986.1 million budget last night. The spending plan...
- Iowan who made bomb threats in Nebraska sentenced
An Iowa man who mailed bomb threats to the FBI office in Omaha has been sentenced to time served.
- Des Moines hearing set on bedbug suit settlement
A judge has scheduled a three-day hearing to hear any objections to the proposed $2.45 million settlement of a lawsuit over bedbugs at two downtown Des Moines apartment buildings.
- Iowa man accused of torturing, killing bald eagle
An Iowa man has been charged with torturing and killing a bald eagle.
- Montana man will head Iowa schools for deaf, blind
The Iowa Board of Regents has named a Montana man as superintendent of the state's schools for the deaf and sight impaired.
- Iowa House, Senate OK higher ed funding increase
The Iowa House and Senate have approved an education budget that should let higher education officials freeze tuition for a second-straight year.
- Authorities investigate shooting death in SW Iowa
The Iowa Department of Public Safety says authorities are investigating the shooting death of a man in southwest Iowa.
- Senate renews effort to legalize medical marijuana
A renewed effort to legalize the use of marijuana to treat chronic epilepsy has won the support of a legislative panel.
National News Headline
- Obama rejects notion that trade deal is in danger
As negotiators struggle, President Barack Obama is rejecting suggestions that an Asia-Pacific trade deal is in danger and says the U.S. and Japan must take bold steps to overcome differences that are threatening completion...
- Tape released of woman who pointed gun at Ford
Nearly 40 years after a former Manson family member pointed a gun at President Gerald Ford, the audiotape from her pretrial psychiatric examination has been made public.
- Oklahoma court rejects death-row inmates' claims
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that two death row inmates are not entitled to know the source of the drugs that will be used to kill them, putting them both on track to be executed as early as next week.
- Vermont moves toward labeling of GMO foods
Vermont lawmakers have passed the country's first state bill to require the labeling of genetically modified foods, underscoring a division between powerful lobbyists for the U.S. food industry and an American public...
- Camilla's brother dies in New York of head injury
The Prince of Wales and his wife, Camilla, are "utterly devastated" by the death of her brother, who fell outside a hotel bar and suffered a head injury, British royal officials said.
- Last year's deadbeats do best as stocks stall
Financial markets rarely stick to the script, and this year is no different.
- Fetal tissue used to power Oregon homes
An Oregon county commission has ordered an incinerator to stop accepting boxed medical waste to generate electricity after learning the waste it's been burning may include tissue from aborted fetuses from British...
- Witness: Iraqi teens posed no threat before death
The Army already looked into allegations that Sgt. 1st Class Michael Barbera killed two unarmed Iraqi boys in 2007. Commanders gave him a letter of reprimand.
- Technology group to decide Cover Oregon's future
After weeks of deliberation, a committee is poised to make a final recommendation Thursday on what to do with Oregon's botched health insurance exchange portal.
- Cleared of murder, man starts fresh 24 years later
The day Jonathan Fleming was cleared of the murder that put him behind bars for almost 25 years, he strode out of a courthouse to congratulations from passers-by, a steak dinner with his family and the start of a new life.
- Western Christian's Fenchel named SportsFource Champion
Western Christian senior Ethan Fenchel is one of the top discus throwers in Iowa. He qualified for his first state tournament as a junior, but it was a setback at state that has this week's SportsFource Champion competing for a chance at redemption.
- Waterloo says Musketeers will be tough to beat
The Western Conference finals between the Musketeers and Waterloo starts Friday. Sioux City was one of the few teams to have success against the Black Hawks. Waterloo is the top seed and they swept Sioux Falls in round one, scoring 20 goals in the three wins. The Muskies got past Omaha in four games. The Black Hawks went 3-3 against the Musketeers in the regular season.
- New X's manager wants to change team's identity
The Explorers are getting ready for their 22nd season and are still looking for their first league title. Sioux City had their worst record in ten years last season, winning just 38 of their 100 games. A new manager is bringing in a nearly all new roster. Manager Steve Montgomery has 24 players signed; 14 pitchers and 10 position players. Just two position players are back.
- SSC & Heelan boys get soccer wins; Tuesday's prep scores
Watch highlights of wins by the boys soccer teams from South Sioux City and Bishop Heelan and see the SportsFource high school scoreboard from Tuesday.
- Morningside splits with last place Mt. Marty; Tuesday's scores
The GPAC softball leaders from Morningside split a doubleheader with Mount Marty on Tuesday. See the highlights and Tuesday's college baseball and softball scores.
- X's re-sign Murton but continue roster changes
After compiling their worst record in ten years at 38-62, the Sioux City Explorers are overhauling their roster. Twenty-four players have been signed. Fourteen pitchers and ten position players will compete for spots on the 21-man roster. Only two position players are back, outfielder Peter Barrows plus former Yankees minor leaguer Luke Murton, who's signing was announced on Tuesday.
- BVU & NW baseball players earn league honors
Buena Vista senior designated hitter Jeremy Lambert and Northwestern shortstop Cody Groskreutz have won baseball player of the week honors in their respective conferences.
- Knight Relays held in Orange City
The first full day of the Drake Relays is Thursday in Des Moines. Siouxland athletes finally got some good weather to compete in at the Knight Relays in Orange City, hosted by Unity Christian. Le Mars and West Lyon were the team champions.
- M'side sweeps while BCU drops two; Monday's scores
The Morningside baseball team swept Graceland while the Briar Cliff softball team was swept by Concordia. See the highlights and the SportsFource scoreboard.
- Wayne State's Browning honored by NSIC
Eric Browning of Wayne State College is the Northern Sun Conference Baseball Pitcher of the Week, following his no-hitter over the weekend at Minnesota-Crookston. It’s the second time this season that Browning has received NSIC Baseball Pitcher of the Week honors.
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