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Midwest Farmer Claims Thief Stole Soybeans – Right Out of His Field!

Midwest farmer offers $2,500 reward for finding whoever stole his soybeans - right out of his field!

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What Started As A Speedy Delivery Ended With An Iowa Woman Held At Gunpoint – While In Labor

As if having a baby isn't hard enough, imagine being held at gunpoint while in labor. That's what happened to a couple from Iowa after refusing to stop because they were speeding...to get to the hospital!

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Chef Robert Irvine Will Be Cooking Up a Storm in Sioux City in March

Chef Robert Irvine will be at the Orpheum Theatre in March.

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Note to Moms: Don’t Play the ‘Pass-Out Game’ With Your Kids

Storm Lake, Iowa Police arrested a local woman for playing a game with her children that deprives them of oxygen. 

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Puzzle Pieces Still Scattered In Iowa Death Case

There is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding an elderly couple found dead in their home in Akron, Iowa.  

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Do You Remember When Coors Was a Regional Beer?

It may be hard to believe, but not that long ago the Coors Brewing Company did not distribute their product to all areas of the country.  

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Rock Valley Flood 2014: The Haunting Pictures That Define the Spirit of Community

Even thought he town of Rock Valley endured severe flooding, the work continues. This collage of photos set to video is a great example of community spirit.

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Flooding in Northwest Iowa at Record Levels. Communities Work Together to Beat the Rising Tides

Communities in northwest Iowa are working feverishly with little sleep to halt the rising tides of swollen rivers due to record rainfall over the past week. The Rock River has risen to record levels and officials say it is expected to crest sometime Wednesday.

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