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Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, July 8.
Millions of Americans are recording their workout routines and activities on apps that are giving fitness experts new insights into the habits of a logged-in population.
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This young man has moves and he's not afraid to use them.
The online retail giant plans to celebrate two decades of deals and two-day shipping with "more deals than Black Friday."
Gov. Terry Branstad explains what led him to veto that part of a budget bill.
Levels of smoke from Canadian wildfires cause health concerns in the region.
Authorities searched the home of Subway pitchman Jared Fogle, about two months after the executive director of his nonprofit foundation was arrested on child pornography charges.
It is the fourth time the parties have extended the terms of the interim deal, which was struck in November 2013 and provided Iran with limited sanctions relief in exchange for a halt to the production of uranium enriched to a purity level of 20 percent.
A Lakefield woman was injured in a Jackson County accident this (Tuesday) morning.
A gas leaking vehicle caused a disturbance in Storm Lake Monday afternoon.
A Sheldon woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison in connection to arson at Buddz s Sports Bar and Grill in Sheldon.
Spencer, IA (KICD)–Governor Terry Branstad vetoed nearly $56 million in one time funding for K-12 schools in Iowa last week.…
The first filing of an ordinance regulating the speed limit on Highway Boulevard, or Highway 71, was approved at Monday night's Spencer City Council session
The 2nd round of 2015 Spencer Tourism Grant funding is now available.
ISU Extension Swine Program Specialist Dave Stender talks about the CSIA workshops July 9th in Spencer and July 21st and 22nd in Cherokee.
Starbucks says it's hiking prices again starting today, with the increases ranging from 5 to 20 cents for most affected drinks.