City Government & Features Reporter
Butz, a Drake University graduate, has been at the Journal since 2005, covering a variety of beats, including public safety, health care and city government. She has won state and national awards, primarily for coverage of addiction and mental health.
Sioux City has been without flights to Denver since October 2014, when low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines halted service to the Mile High City after just four months. As recently as the 1990s, United Airlines offered daily flights to Denver.
SIOUX CITY -- Mayor Pro Tem Dan Moore said Monday he has asked city attorneys to look into enhanced penalties for people who shoot fireworks o…
The total estimated cost of the project is $100,000. The city will incur no costs for the court fencing, lighting and installation, but will pay $8,400 for construction materials.
Under the current ordinance, fireworks may only be legally discharged within city limits between the hours of 1 and 11 p.m. on July 3 and 4. But residents have continued to report hearing fireworks going off in the days before and after.
Dr. Cara Drew is among five generations of her family to receive care at the Sioux City facility. After completing her residency, she stuck around.
With instructors taking a "hands-off" approach at Sioux City municipal pools, parents are being called upon to fill that in-pool void amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Art Center reopened its doors July 7 after being closed since mid-March in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, but only the first floor galleries were accessible to a maximum of 10 people at a time.
SIOUX CITY -- Lyon, Sioux and O'Brien counties each recorded deaths due to the novel coronavirus on Thursday.
The Siouxland Medical Education Foundation's Family Medicine Center is shown in Sioux City. The residency consists of three years of post grad…
Dr. Cara Drew, a Siouxland Medical Education Foundation faculty physician, discusses a chest X-ray with third-year residents Drs. Lauren Norma…