THE FIRST SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON TOOK A TOLL ON DRIVERS IN THE METRO AREA.
SIOUX CITY POLICE RESPONDED TO AT LEAST 15 TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS BETWEEN 6:30PM THURSDAY EVENING AND 8AM FRIDAY MORNING.
NO MAJOR INJURIES WERE REPORTED.
SLICK ROAD CONDITIONS WERE TO BLAME FOR MOST OF THE MISHAPS.
CITY AND D-O-T ROAD CREWS WERE OUT TRYING TO KEEP THE MAIN HIGHWAYS CLEARED.
POLICE SAY YOU SHOULD SLOW DOWN AND BRUSH UP ON YOUR WINTER DRIVING SKILLS IN THE WEEKS AHEAD.
THE SALVATION ARMY OF SIOUXLAND WILL BE CONDUCTING A FOOD DRIVE AT THIS WEEKEND'S HOME GAMES OF THE SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS.
THE SALVATION ARMY WILL HAVE A BOOTH SET UP IN THE SOUTH CONCOURSE OF THE TYSON EVENTS CENTER TO ACCEPT NON-PERISHABLE FOOD DONATIONS.
FANS MAY DROP OFF FOOD BEFORE AND DURING THE GAMES.
FACE OFF EACH NIGHT IS AT 7PM.
THE SALVATION ARMY WILL PROVIDE FOOD BASKETS TO 750 NEEDY FAMILIES THIS HOLIDAY SEASON.
THE PROSECUTION WRAPPED UP ITS CASE THURSDAY IN THE TRIAL OF OF A SIOUX CITY MAN CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER.
35-YEAR-OLD FERNANDO JAIMES-MARTINEZ IS ACCUSED OF FIRING A GUN INTO A SIOUX CITY CROWD ON SEPT. 22, 2012, AND KILLING 27-YEAR OLD KARLA GONZALEZ.
PROSECUTOR MARK CAMPBELL OF THE WOODBURY COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE CALLED HIS FINAL WITNESS IN PRESENTING THE STATE'S CASE AFTER SIX DAYS OF TESTIMONY.
PUBLIC DEFENDER MICHAEL WILLIAMS WAS TO BEGIN HIS DEFENSE OF JAIMES-MARTINEZ IN WOODBURY COUNTY DISTRICT COURT FRIDAY MORNING.
THE DEFENDANT WAS EXPECTED TO TAKE THE STAND BY FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
Three Orange City firefighters suffered minor injuries while putting out a house fire in the Sioux County town Thursday afternoon.
The three firefighters were taken to Orange City Hospital for treatment and then released.
Investigators suspect the fire was started by a malfunction in a radiant heat system. The blaze was difficult to battle because it was burning in the home's attic.
The residents were not at home. Damage to the house was estimated at $200,000.
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