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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
Iowa man pleads guilty to abusing children under age 12

A western Iowa man has pleaded guilty in a case in which police say he sexually abused six children all under the age of 12. The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reports that 30-year-old Tony Cue pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of sexual abuse and one count of lascivious acts with a child. Cue was sentenced immediately after his plea to 15 years in prison.

Libertarian candidate for Iowa governor speaks at State Fair

Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Jake Porter of Council Bluffs makes his case to be Iowa's next governor during a soapbox speech Monday at the Iowa State Fair concourse in Des Moines.

Iowa Performers Get Big-Time Welcome To National Stage

The only 'National" festival taking place in the State of Iowa, that focuses on Iowa's traditional pioneer music has taken a step forward this year, in welcoming Iowa performers of the early 'covered wagon music' that came to the state in it's earliest days of settlement. "We've been honoring a considerable number of out-of-state and out-of-country performers of early traditional country and rural music," Bob Everhart the founder of the event said.

Attempted murder charge against Carter Lake woman dropped

The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reports that the charge against 51-year-old Tammy Oberg was dropped Wednesday.

Swastikas found painted in Council Bluffs cemetery

Neighbors who found two swastikas painted inside the Garner Township Cemetery Sunday morning were shocked to see the racist graffiti, but not surprised someone vandalized the cemetery. "I just come up late at night and run them off," said Rod Carlson, who lives in the area.

Family members remember men slain by Moore, say legal wrangling has gone on too long

Maynard Helgeland was shot and killed by Carey Dean Moore in his Omaha taxi cab.

Iowa adopts program to trace drunk drivers

Iowa is piloting a program called Place of Last Drink to help police trace where drunk drivers are coming from. The program will help law enforcement find out if any businesses need to be confronted about their practices with serving impaired customers and avoiding over-serving.

Kruse will perform gospel music at Fonda Arts Center

Craig Kruse, of Council Bluffs, will perform gospel music at the Fonda Arts Center beginning at 3 p.m. on Aug. 12. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served.

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Mollie Tibbetts' family members speak

The family and friends of Mollie Tibbets, missing since July 18 , have set up a reward fund in hopes that information leading to her whereabouts will find its way to authorities soon. "We believe Mollie is still alive, and if someone has abducted her, we are pleading with you to please release her," a spokeswoman for the family said during a news conference Thursday morning.

Falwell suggests Sessions was 'phony' Trump supporter

In a Jan. 31, 2016 file photo, Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, smiles as he listens to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, at a rally, in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Falwell will meet with President Trump Wednesday to discuss a higher education reform task force Falwell has been asked to lead.

Could the Trump Compromise Cause Evangelicals to Follow the Path of the Mainline?

Candidate Donald Trump shakes hands with Jerry Falwell Jr. at a rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, January 31, 2016. I've long thought that one of the most important stories of modern times is the precipitous decline of so-called mainline Protestant denominations.

Men identified who were seriously injured in Monday explosion outside Malcolm school

An electrical cord made contact with gasoline that had leaked from a generator and vaporized, sparking Monday's explosion that seriously injured two Iowa men, according to law enforcement.

Iowa mom convicted in girl's antidepressant overdose death

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Moville family remains hopeful for information on missing father

Robert Robinson, of Moville, Iowa, holds a peacock-shaped yard ornament art made by his father, Dale Robinson, who was last seen nearly five years ago on Aug. 3, 2013.

Iowa education backers hope to extend sales tax for schools

As they call for more money for classrooms, Iowa school advocates hope legislators will extend a sales tax levy that pours millions of dollars each year into infrastructure and technology for the state's public schools. Bipartisan negotiations over the past couple years have resulted in a plan to extend a statewide 1 cent sales tax for another 20 years to fund school infrastructure projects while limiting the need for schools to issue bonds that drive up property taxes.

Iowa woman clocked at 142 MPH after getting 92 MPH ticket

Chaunt'l Wilson, 31, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, was driving a 2018 yellow Ford Mustang on I-80 when she was pulled over for driving 92 MPH in a 75 MPH zone. A sheriff's report states that when Wilson drove away after getting the ticket "deputies observed Ms.

Driver cited for speeding takes off, hits 142 mph

A Council Bluffs, Iowa, woman was stopped for speeding on Interstate 80 near North Platte, Nebraska, when she took off and led deputies on a chase, The Associated Press reported . Deputies first stopped the 31-year-old woman driving a 2018 Ford Mustang around 1 a.m. Saturday for driving 92 mph in a 75 mph zone.

Webster County Supervisors approve hire for P&Z office

Tuesday the county Board of Supervisors hired Emma Halligan full time, to be shared between P&Z and the human resources department. "This will allow our planning and zoning person to get out more, and the office will be open all the time."

Council Bluffs man hurt by two hit-and-run drivers on I-29

A Council Bluffs motorcyclist is in intensive care after his family says one driver hit him and then another ran him over. Council Bluffs police are searching for the two drivers who fled the scene on I-29 South on Saturday.

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