Thursday morning car accident sends one to Mercy in critical condition

REMSEN, Iowa | One individual is in critical condition with life-threatening injuries after a Thursday-morning truck-versus-SUV accident south of Remsen.

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Live: Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg at Sioux City Journal

LIVE: Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg meet with the Sioux City Journal Editorial Board.

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UPDATE: Missing Iowa woman found in Des Moines

SIOUX CITY | Shyann “Marie” Grover, who went missing Wednesday morning near Des Moines Area Community College and was believed to be heading to Sioux City, has been located...

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Sioux City in Winter Storm Watch for Sunday, Monday

SIOUX CITY | A storm system stretching all the way from Colorado through the Great Lakes will arrive in Sioux City beginning Sunday afternoon.

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Coralville man faces prostitution charge

CORALVILLE — A Coralville man faces a prostitution charge after police said he admitted to paying a woman to have sex with her. According to a Coralville police criminal...

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Friday Morning Read: Flood insurance costs rise, conference in Coralville addresses opioid crisis, two pool greats in Cedar Rapids

Flood insurance costs up – Recent catastrophic disasters such as hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria have sent flood insurance costs soaring around the nation, stretching the budget for flood-prone cities...

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The most caring cities in America

Wallethub’s analysts compared cities’ rates of homelessness, percentage of income donated to charity, most volunteering hours per capita and more to determine which are the most caring.Learn more: http://news.lee.net/lifestyles/health-med-fit/the-most-caring-cities-in-america/article_e2f59c12-c606-11e6-b41f-8ff5b5ad61de.html

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Today’s best bets around Siouxland

Today’s top picks from our online calendar. Find more events at siouxcityjournal.com/calendar.

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Women to march Saturday in Iowa City building on success of 2017

IOWA CITY — A year after millions of people around the globe took to the streets for the Women’s March, activists are planning marches again, including one in Iowa...

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House approves bill to keep government open as Senate Democrats threaten to block it

WASHINGTON – The House approved a short-term spending bill Thursday to avoid a government shutdown, but passage was in doubt in the Senate as Democrats threatened to block it...

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The most caring cities in America

Wallethub’s analysts compared cities’ rates of homelessness, percentage of income donated to charity, most volunteering hours per capita and...