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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.

VIDEO: The Heart of Health Care 2019 honorees

Honorees of "Nurses: The Heart of Health Care Awards," including Cindy Vaughn, Tisha Dumkrieger, Nancy Treft, Charmaine Cantrell and Loree Steffen, share their thoughts with Sioux City Journal on Thursday, May 9, 2019.

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.

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