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Council Bluffs is located in the westernmost part of Iowa on the east bank of the Missouri River and is adjacent to Omaha, Nebraska. Even though Omaha has grown to be a much larger city, Council Bluffs is several decades older. Council Bluffs was established in the early 1800s and in 1854, following the Kansas-Nebraska Act, speculators and businessmen from Council Bluffs decided to found Omaha. The city's name was derived from an 1804 meeting of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with Otoe tribe.

Population: 58268
Local Newspapers: Daily Nonpareil Southwest Iowa Now Omaha Reader Omaha World-Herald
Local Sports Teams: Omaha Royals (Triple A Baseball) Creighton (Bluejays)
Local Colleges: Creighton Iowa Western Community College

Zip Codes associated with council bluffs, iowa: 51501 51503
Towns/Cities near council bluffs, iowa : Omaha NE Glenwood Oakland Malvern

Council Bluffs News
Salvation Army in Omaha Opens Cooling Stations to Beat Heat

With a heat index creeping into the triple digits, the Salvation Army in Omaha is opening cooling stations in Omaha and neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa. The cooling centers will offer an air-conditioned reprieve from the heat Wednesday and Thursday, as well as bottled water to help people hydrate.

The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod

In Part 1 of "The Luther Mile," LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison leads an informative tour of historic sites at the cradle of the Lutheran Reformation - Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany.

Monday, June 19th, 2017

Rebecca Brahier, 36, who is facing prison time after she deliberately burned her one-year-old with hot coffee to teach him that coffee is hot. Police in Council Bluffs, Iowa say Brahier prepared a cup of hot coffee and lied down on her bed with her one-year-old son beside her.

Retired veteran put on new mission to reconnect man with lucky charm

"Well, I don't want it sitting in my house when I run across him in Council Bluffs," said Wiese. "[The man] found this thing in the middle of nowhere," said Wiese.

Construction begins on 17-mile Iowa bike trail

The Daily Nonpareil reports that work began on the first segment of the Railroad Highway Multi-Use Trail Saturday. The trail is expected to link Council Bluffs, Underwood and Neola.

Iowa man builds special doghouse for his pet Siberian Husky

ADVANCE FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2017, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT. AND THEREAFTER - This May 31, 2017 photo shows Aaron, a Siberian Husky owned by David Tanner, from the raised roof of his custom-built dog house in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Iowa's First My Place To Open In July

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Council Bluffs dad charged; spanked child had bruises

Authorities have charged a Council Bluffs man accused of spanking his 2-year-old so hard she was left with several bruises. Court records say 25-year-old Ryan Rapier is charged with felony child endangerment resulting in injury.

Iowa hospital leaders voice concern over impacts of AHCA

A group of Iowa hospitals is fighting back against the proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Some even plan to go to Washington DC to ask senators directly to not vote for the bill.

Iowa men accused of stealing walnut trees charged with felony theft

Two Iowa men are facing felony theft charges after the Iowa Department of Natural Resources said they stole nine walnut trees from the Loess Hills State Forest near Pisgah, Iowa. Authorities said this case is just one of many affecting both public and private land.

Trending Now Mother admits to dunking child's arm in hot coffee to 'teach lesson'

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Andrew Peters painting an Iowa landscape.

When Andy Peters left western Iowa for the American west decades ago, he found his calling with a paintbrush and an eye for expansive landscapes. Later, he returned to his hometown of Council Bluffs and rediscovered the natural beauty of Iowa.

Iowa woman sentenced for dunking baby's arm in hot coffee

A Council Bluffs mother who admitted to police that she shoved her 1-year-old child's arm into hot coffee, causing severe burns, has pleaded guilty and been sentenced to five years in prison. 36-year-old Rebecca Brahier pleaded guilty Tuesday to child endangerment resulting in injury.

Iowa men charged for cutting down, selling trees

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Bureau says two men have been charged for cutting down trees and then selling them. Bradley Hagerman, of Pisgah, and Eric Freihage, of Council Bluffs, are both facing felony charges for cutting down and selling nine Walnut trees from a state-owned park, according to the Iowa DNR.

Two men charged with felony for theft of trees

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Bureau charged two men with cutting down and selling Walnut trees from a state-owned park on May 25. Bradley Lynn Hagerman, 38, of Pisgah, Iowa, and Eric Robert Freihage, 30, of Council Bluffs, are both charged with one count of the following: Both Hagerman and Freihage admitted to a DNR Conservation Officer of transporting and selling nine Walnut trees between January 24, 2017 and January 30, 2017. The live trees were cut down by Freihage and Hagerman at Loess Hills State Forest, a state owned and DNR managed park.

2 from Nebraska injured by boat blast on Council Bluffs lake

Firefighters and Iowa Department of Natural Resources officers responded to the blast around 6:50 p.m. Sunday on the northeast part of the lake. The department says two of the four aboard were taken to a hospital in nearby Omaha, Nebraska, for treatment of their burns: 33-year-old Joshua Juranek and 33-year-old Kimberly Red.

Iowa Public Television has new season of Iowa Entrepreneur

Season 2 of IPTV's Iowa Entrepreneur premiered May 6. The 13 new episodes each feature two local Iowa businesses and the stories of how their owners overcame personal and professional struggles to find success. New episodes premiere Fridays at 6:30 p.m. and repeat Sundays at 10:30 a.m. on statewide Iowa Public Television.

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