Coaches for both teams say the Nebraska-Iowa rivalry motivated their players, but ultimately the camaraderie is what they appreciated most.
Tornadoes tore through Council Bluffs shortly after 4 p.m., with the storm bringing 15 minutes of fury to a surprised city.
McDonald's is stopping the sale of salads at 3,000 restaurants after people became sick from a parasite causing intestinal illness.
A convicted Nebraska sex offender has been given 15 years in an Iowa prison for taking video of a college student showering in a residence hall.
A unique memorial service for 5-year-old Garrett Matthias of central Iowa is matched only by the one-of-a-kind obituary the preschooler had a hand in authoring and that is now garnering national attention.
BNSF Railway says less oil spilled from derailed tanker cars in northwest Iowa last month than originally believed.
A 22-year-old Council Bluffs man now faces a murder charge in connection to the the April death of a 16-month-old girl.
The man was arrested on suspicion of second-degree theft and eluding officers.
Red Giant Oil Co., a 108-year-old Council Bluffs company that is one of North America’s largest blenders of locomotive engine oil, is to be purchased by HollyFrontier Corp., a Dallas firm listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
While it’s difficult to track, the use of the plant-derived, scented oils has begun cropping up in some health systems in Nebraska and across the country.
Many Nebraska and Iowa companies are exporters primarily concerned about retaliatory tariffs affecting their sales. Not only do they get dinged with the higher input costs when steel prices rise, but then their products are hit with tariffs from Europe that are in response to the U.S. moves.
A 14-mile stretch of Interstate 29 north of Omaha was closed for about 10½ hours Sunday after a semitrailer truck leaked hazardous materials.
Ray served five terms as governor of Iowa, from 1969 to the start of 1983.
The car was among hundreds in the classic car show at Bellevue’s Riverfest on Saturday at American Heroes Park.
A man who led authorities on a chase in Bellevue and in Fremont County, Iowa, has pleaded guilty to several felonies in the case in Iowa.
A newspaper investigation found that a company chosen to manage Iowa’s newly privatized Medicaid system has a history of alleged mismanagement and at least $23 million in fines in more than a dozen states.
The river at Omaha was just above 28 feet early Monday afternoon. Flood stage at Omaha is 29 feet.
Police said the 38-year-old was unable to operate his handgun and then fled from the area.
Electric system operators could be required to purchase power for two years from coal and nuclear power plants deemed a national security priority.
AAA says a record number of Americans will travel for the July 4 holiday period, considered to be Tuesday through Sunday.
The Great American Lobster Fest, billed as the Midwest's largest Lobster and Seafood Festival, spread out its claws this weekend by selecting Council Bluffs as one of its three sites during its fifth season.
Police said 66-year-old Larry Cotlar died Saturday when he was swept away in floodwaters after his van stalled on a flooded north Des Moines street. Cotlar had worked as the voice of Drake University’s teams since 2005.
The semi allegedly failed to halt for a stop sign.
For more than an hour, Pearl and Main Streets between 9th and Broadway Avenues became a kaleidoscope of rainbow flags and colorful outfits, fight songs and dance hits, cheers and laughs.
A Council Bluffs man who posted $10,000 bail on Friday is charged with felony reckless use of a firearm resulting in serious injury after he accidentally shot his mother in the chest with a shotgun while showing the firearm to her, according to authorities.