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Judges: Sioux City Meatpacking Plant Failed To Protect Its Workers

In two separate cases, Iowa judges have ruled that a Sioux City meatpacking plant must pay unemployment benefits to workers who quit. More Info...

Sioux City's oldest retailer will close as owner retires

Clark, the fourth generation of the family to run the store at 501 Fourth St., said that closing Sioux City’s oldest retailer was “the hardest decision I’ve ever made in my life.” He stressed that ... More Info...

Sioux City police to ticket violators of governor's partial mask mandate

Mayor Bob Scott is warning Sioux City residents that police officers will start citing individuals and businesses that fail to comply with Gov. Kim Reynolds' new public health orders designed to slow ... More Info...

Sioux City School Board votes against switching to hybrid instruction

The Sioux City School Board held a long debate over the best method of safely instructing nearly 15,000 students in the middle of a growing novel coronavirus ... More Info...

Sioux City Community School Board elects new leaders

The Sioux City Community School Board elects Monique Scarlett (left) as Board Vice President and Perla Alarcon-Flory (right) as Board President. More Info...

Crime in Sioux City, Iowa

Sioux City has a higher overall crime rate than the vast majority of U.S. cities. For comparison, the national total crime rate is 2,489 incidents for every 100,000 people. Sioux City's overall crime ... More Info...

Native American Tradition In Sioux City Remembers Children In Foster Care

The Native American community in Sioux City and the larger tri-state area will hold a march Wednesday to honor their children who have been removed from their homes and placed into the foster care ... More Info...