At the 2022 Iowa Newspaper Association contest, the Journal won 13 news awards with 7 of those being 1st place finishes. Two went to reporter Dolly Butz for her coverage of missing and murdered Native American women. Take a look at that story and the other winners.

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"It really shows the depth and the breadth of what the Journal is able to do," Miller said. "We are very proud of our staff. Our readers are fortunate to have such a noteworthy team working hard each day to keep them informed about Siouxland."

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A Sioux City Journal series on missing and murdered Indigenous women by reporter Dolly Butz, multimedia producer Jesse Brothers and visual edi…

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Though minorities make up nearly 31 percent of the city's population, they account for just 8.8 percent of the Sioux City Police Department's 125 sworn officers. Police leaders across metro Sioux City say they're seeking ways to diversify.

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After graduating from Northwestern College, Vander Broek moved to Chicago. Then she went to Los Angeles. Then back to Chicago. And finally to New York, where her role in "Linda Vista" gave Vander Broek her first Broadway credit and a Tony nomination.

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Expect tangents taking us down a Clint Eastwood rabbit hole, chatter about the latest documentary series from Spike Lee, and a random recommendation that sits snugly in the center of a venn diagram for James Bond and, uh... Nascar.