Terrick Beitvashahi usually spends his lunch break alone at the IU School of Education, but on Monday, he had company: a friendly Pokemon.
SIOUX CITY | Kelli Engel already designs her window displays with the goal of attracting customers inside her boutique.
HAMMOND | The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority’s John Dillinger Museum will move to Crown Point in time for the 81st anniversary of the infamous bank robber’s escape from the Lake County Jail there.
SIOUX CITY | A 50-foot electric guitar that will grace Sioux City's skyline began to take shape Monday.
ALTOONA, Iowa | With the clock ticking, Argosy Sioux City's owner this week embarks on a last-ditch effort to save the embattled riverboat casino.
MINOT, N.D. – The 43rd Annual KMOT Ag Expo, one of the premier farming shows across the upper Midwest, will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 29 and continue through Friday Jan. 31, 2014 at the State Fair Center on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds in Minot.
Good news for residents on side streets and rural routes: City snow plow crews are on the move.
With the United States in a recession, more and more people are looking for ways to spend less money and get a better bargain at the same time. In a time where prices are higher, 'recession gardens' are becoming increasingly popular, echoing the victory gardens which were planted during World War I and World War II which helped to reduce the stress and pressure of food shortages.
The United States Senate Committee on Finance approved a proposal to reform health care on Tuesday, clearing it to move forward. The bill passed by a 14-9 vote, gaining support from the committee's thirteen Democrats, and one Republican.