Mike Bell, Sioux City Journal

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Past articles by Mike:

Inch of rain possible today

SIOUX CITY | Up to an inch of rain is possible Wednesday as possible thunderstorms move into the area. → Read More

Dirty Bird Mud Run cancelled

SIOUX CITY | The dirty bird has flown the coop –this year. → Read More

Monona County 911 restored

ONAWA, Iowa | The 911 system in Monona County has been restored after a damaged phone line knocked out services Monday, according to the Monona County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Gray skies will clear up -briefly

SIOUX CITY | Chances of rain today have lessened, but more rain is on the way tomorrow. → Read More

Semi tips over on I-29

SIOUX CITY | Traffic was slowed on northbound Interstate 29 for several hours Monday due to a semi that rolled onto its side. → Read More

18-year-old man charged with getting 13-year-old pregnant

SIOUX CITY | Anthony Plunkett, 18, faces a sexual abuse charge for getting a 13-year-old girl pregnant, according to court documents. → Read More

Rain today, tomorrow and the day after that

SIOUX CITY | Up to three quarters of an inch of rain are possible Monday, with a possible thunderstorm before 4 p.m. according to the National Weather Service in Sioux → Read More

Rain, storms to start next week

SIOUX CITY | Windy but calm weather will finish the week, but thunderstorms are in store for the beginning of next week. → Read More

Procrastinators rejoice: tax deadline pushed to Monday

SIOUX CITY | Despite the dourness that is doing one’s taxes, the air was festive inside the H&R Block office at 2121 Hamilton Blvd. Thursday. → Read More

Fugitive caught by U.S. Marshals

SIOUX CITY | A man who was being sought by the U.S. Marshals Service Northern Iowa Fugitive Task Force is in custody. → Read More

Dog bites firefighter during emergency response

SIOUX CITY | Firefighters responded to a Sioux City home with flames in the attic Thursday morning. While no one was injured by smoke or fire, one firefighter was bitten → Read More

Weekend holds rain, wind

SIOUX CITY | Warm, sunny and breezy for Thursday as the weekend nears –with showers and thunderstorms ahead. → Read More

City hydrant flushing begins Monday

SIOUX CITY | Hydrant flushing within the city will begin Monday and continue through April 29. → Read More

Siouxland leaders lobby in Washington

The delegation of over 60 Siouxland business and government leaders were busy in the nation’s capital Wednesday for the first of two days of lobbying with elected officials. → Read More

Teenage girl dies in rollover accident

A teenage girl died due to a rollover accident Wednesday evening. → Read More

Smoky haze in Siouxland caused by ag fires on Nebraska-Kansas border

SIOUX CITY | No, someone in the neighborhood didn’t burn some barbecue. → Read More

Warm and windy with a haze of smoke

SIOUX CITY | Warm and sunny today, but a haze of smoke from agricultural fires in Kansas and Oklahoma will hang in the air thanks to south winds. → Read More

Support Siouxland Soldiers provides foods, services for veterans

SIOUX CITY | Support comes in a variety of ways. A box of groceries, a hot meal or even a free haircut. → Read More

$55K of collectible cards stolen from Sioux City man's home

More than $55,000 worth of Magic: The Gathering cards were stolen from a Sioux City man’s home Friday. → Read More

Clouds to give way to sun, but winds stay strong

SIOUX CITY | The cloudy morning will give way to sunny skies in the afternoon, but warmer temps will be marred by gusting winds. → Read More