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South Sioux City moves forward with body cams for police officers

SOUTH SIOUX CITY -- The South Sioux City City Council on Monday approved a police department policy for the use of body cameras by its officers. 

Tyson Foods' lawsuit against federal government claims inspector's negligence cost company $2.4 million

SIOUX CITY -- Tyson Foods claims a federal meat inspector lied about inspecting thousands of hogs at its Storm Lake, Iowa, plant, forcing the company to destroy 8,000 carcasses and resulting in $2.4 million in losses and expenses.

Iowa solar legislation splits constituencies: Solar advocates say paying fee isn't fair, others say it is

SIOUX CITY -- Dolf Ivener offers a dire warning for Iowa lawmakers intent on raising costs for solar panel users.


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Storm Lake graduate last of six children of Sudanese immigrants who achieved success

STORM LAKE, Iowa -- Four summers ago, Cham Deng walked a mile from his home in Storm Lake to Chautauqua Park, which fronts the lake's north shore.

REVIEW: New surprises (and a great couple) highlight Orange City's 'Beast'

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – You might consider “Beauty and the Beast” a twice-told tale at the annual Tulip Festival.

Sears to end 90-year brick and mortar presence in Sioux City

SIOUX CITY -- The story of Sears in Sioux City was, for decades, a story of expansion: new stores, attractive merchandise, enthusiastic customers and retail success. 

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