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Boy taken to hospital after almost drowning

A boy who nearly drowned at a summer camp in northwest Omaha was transported to Children's Hospital & Medical Center in critical condition on Monday. According to the Omaha World-Herald, the bo... Read More

One dies in Omaha Metro crash

One person has died following a two-vehicle accident Monday evening at Miller Park in the Omaha Metro. According to the Omaha World-Herald, a motorcycle and vehicle hit one another just after 6:15. The victim was transported to the hospital in ... Read More

Sioux City's Pearl Street to be partially closed for two hours Tuesday

A part of Pearl Street in downtown Sioux City is going to be closed on Tuesday from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The Sioux City Journal reports the closure is going to allow a private contractor to finish repairs on an adjacent building. The closure is betwe... Read More

Early Season Television/Kickoff Times Established for Iowa State

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State’s first two football games of the 2015 season have kickoff times and TV assignments set, announced Monday by the Big 12 Conference. Iowa State’s season-opener vs. UNI in Jack Trice Stadium (Sept. 5) will be played und... Read More

Cyclones send eight to Eugene

AUSTIN, Texas – Iowa State shot putter Christina Hillman will get her chance to defend her NCAA Championship in the women’s shot put as she advanced to the final round of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Saturday night at Myers Stad... Read More

Iowa Eliminates Ducks; Falls to Bears

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The University of Iowa baseball team stayed alive with a 2-1, 11-inning victory over Oregon in an elimination game on Sunday afternoon before seeing its season come to a close with a 3-2 loss to Missouri State in the night cap in ... Read More

Beef fall to Force

The Omaha Beef lost 52-43 loss at home to the Wichita Force Saturday night. Omaha ends the regular season with a record of 1-11....... Read More

Bandits defeat Amarillo

The Sioux City Bandits knocked off the Amarillo Venom 79-58 at home Saturday night. Sioux City had 185 yards of total offense, including 148 through the air. The Bandits conclude their regular season this Saturday at Dodge City. Kickoff is sche... Read More

BC Volleyball Inks Davenport

Briar Cliff head volleyball coach Trevor Schirman has announced the signing of Torianna Davenport to his 2015-16 Charger volleyball recruiting class. Davenport is a Sioux City, Iowa native and is a North High School graduate. Davenport is six-... Read More

Mustangs announce swimming recruiting class

Morningside College men’s and women’s head swimming coach Bryan Farris has announced the Mustangs’ recruiting class. The recruits include 10 female and five male swimmers. The women’s recruits are: Allison Agee of South Sioux City, Neb.... Read More

UNO Women's Basketball adds three D-1 transfers

OMAHA, Neb. – Omaha women’s basketball will receive a big infusion of Division I Women’s Basketball experience, as Michaela Dapprich, Moriah Dapprich, and Courtney Vaccher will all join UNO starting with the 2015-16 season. The trio will have t... Read More