SIOUX CITY SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES 99TH SEASONTHE SIOUX CITY SYMPHONY HAS ANNOUNCED A STELLAR LINE-UP FOR ITS 99TH SEASON.
MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR RYAN HASKINS ANNOUNCED SEVEN EVENTS FOR THE 2014-15 SEASON, STARTING WITH VIOLINIST JENNIFER [...]
POLICE TOWN HALL SET FOR THURSDAYSIOUX CITY POLICE WILL CONDUCT A TOWN HALL MEETING THURSDAY NIGHT AT THE PUBLIC MUSEUM.
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE A PRESENTATION ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY-UP PROGRAM AND AN UPDATE ON CONSTRUCTION ALONG [...]
A deal has likely emerged that would end greyhound racing in Council Bluffs by the end of 2015. Dog racing would continue at the track in Dubuque, but it would no longer be bankrolled by the casino there. The Iowa Greyhound Association would lease that track and run it as their [...]
The animal rights group “People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals” or PETA, wants to erect a 10-foot tall monument near a Sioux City highway where several hundred turkeys died in a truck rollover earlier this month. Alex Moore of PETA sent a letter to the DOT requesting permission to [...]
A senate subcommittee has approved a bill that would let the parents of children with a severe form of epilepsy go out of state to get an oil-based form of medical marijuana for their children. The bill will be considered by a full senate committee sometime after five o’clock today. [...]
Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz says he will wait until spring practice has concluded to begin a search for a new assistant coach. Long time recruiting coordinator Eric Johnson is leaving the staff to enter the restaurant business in Tennessee. “We were all surprised a little bit on one hand, [...]