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Nine-term Iowa GOP Congressman Steve King may lose his seat at the hands of his

Steve King is among the most conservative members of Congress, and he represents a district so red that Donald Trump won it by 27 percentage points in 2016. Yet the nine-term congressman is at risk of ... More Info...

Sioux City teachers use cutouts to connect with students

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Second-grader Sophie Gonzalez hasn’t attended classes at Liberty Elementary School for nine weeks, but she still has her teacher with her often when reading or doing math ... More Info...

Vote for the best former Iowa high school mascot: State championship round, May

Championship Monday has arrived for May Mascot Madness. This began three weeks ago with an 81-team field of defunct Iowa high schools, in an effort to determine the best nickname of days gone by. More Info...

Man scheduled for trial in death of Sioux City homeowner

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - A 45-year-old Carroll man is scheduled to go on trial for murder in the death of a Sioux City man whose home he was reportedly trying to burglarize. Gary Dains Jr. has been ... More Info...

13 people arrested in morning after lengthy Sioux City protest over George Floyd

The Sioux City Police Department arrested 13 people Monday morning, after an official said an originally peaceful protest related to the death of a man in Minneapolis ... More Info...

Security National Bank of Sioux City Iowa IA Has $2.31 Million Stock Holdings in

Security National Bank of Sioux City Iowa IA lowered its position in Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) by 1.5% in the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the ... More Info...

89 Employees At Perdue Farms Plants In Sioux Center & Sioux City Have Had COVID-

Sioux Center, Iowa -- State officials have confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks at Perdue Farms pork processing facilities here in northwest Iowa. A company spokesperson says the testing was conducted on May ... More Info...

Second fire at Feed Energy’s Sioux City plant

CDT Friday, May 29, there was a fire at Feed Energy’s processing plant in Sioux City, Iowa. The fire was in the same area as a fire that occurred May 1. As with the fire at the beginning of the month, ... More Info...

Sioux City native helps push University of Iowa toward fair trade

You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate! IOWA CITY, Iowa -- A Sioux City native, now a student at the University of Iowa, spearheaded a successful fair-trade initiative at the ... More Info...

‘Test Iowa’ site opens in Sioux City

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) -- Test Iowa's third COVID-19 testing location opened on Monday in Sioux City at Western Iowa Tech Community College. Department of Human Services employees, volunteers and ... More Info...

Masked shoppers flood Sioux City farmers market, then dash for home

The Sioux City Farmers Market opened for the season on Wednesday, drawing some 300 people who quickly shopped for fresh fruits and vegetables, then left. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic ... More Info...

TenHaken: Sioux Falls officials monitoring COVID-19 outbreak in Sioux City area

Mayor Paul TenHaken said Sioux City, Iowa and the surrounding area have recorded over 3,000 COVID-19 cases, making it one of the largest hot spots in the country. An outbreak at the Tyson Foods ... More Info...



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World equities edge higher despite U.S.-China tensions

World stocks hovered near three-month highs and safe-haven government bonds inched lower as signs that Europe's economic downturn has bottomed boosted risk appetite, despite worries over violent protests in the United States and unease over Washington's standoff with Beijing.

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White House calls for 'law and order' as violent protests rage

The White House on Monday called for "law and order" and blamed agitators for a sixth straight night of violent nationwide U.S. protests triggered by anger over racial inequities and excessive police force.

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Facebook, Snapchat join chorus of companies condemning George Floyd death, racis

Facebook Inc and Snap Inc became the latest U.S. companies condemning racial inequality in the United States as violent protests flared up across major cities over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis last week.

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China warns U.S. it will retaliate on moves over Hong Kong

China said on Monday U.S. attempts to harm Chinese interests will be met with firm countermeasures, criticising a U.S. decision to begin ending special treatment for Hong Kong as well as actions against Chinese students and companies.

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'Lemon' or not, Trump is stuck with Phase 1 China trade deal

U.S. President Donald Trump has little choice but to stick with his Phase 1 China trade deal despite his anger at Beijing over the coronavirus pandemic, new Hong Kong security rules, and dwindling hopes China can meet U.S. goods purchase targets, people familiar with his administration's deliberations say.

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Eli Lilly starts human study of potential COVID-19 antibody treatment

Eli Lilly and Co said on Monday it had started an early-stage trial to test its potential treatment for COVID-19, in the world's first study of an antibody treatment against the disease.

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Rich world's jobs crisis jolts money flows to millions

Carlos Sosa, a Salvadoran waiter in New York, used to send up to $500 a month back home to his mother to help pay for her medical bills and food. But now, after the coronavirus hit and he lost his job in early March, Sosa has burned through his savings and the wire transfers have stopped.

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Wall St. dips amid U.S. protests, China tensions

U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday after a strong showing last month, as investors turned cautious amid country-wide protests over race and a flare-up in tensions between Washington and Beijing.

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Kremlin rejects idea floated by Obama-era security advisor it stoked U.S. protes

The Kremlin on Monday rejected accusations it had played any role in protests rocking the United States, after former U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice raised the possibility of Russian involvement.

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Trump faces election risks in looming Supreme Court ruling on 'Dreamers'

The U.S. Supreme Court's decision expected in the coming weeks on the fate of the young immigrants known as "Dreamers" could cause an election-year headache for President Donald Trump - even if he wins the legal battle.

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U.S. Supreme Court upholds Puerto Rico financial oversight board appointments

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld appointments to Puerto Rico's federally created financial oversight board that had been challenged by creditors in a ruling that avoids disruption to the panel's restructuring of about $120 billion of the bankrupt U.S. territory's debt.

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Glamorous dummies enforce pandemic safety at Michelin-starred Virginia restauran

It's not your typical Michelin-starred feast experience, dining near life-size mannequins clad in glamorous 1940's style. It could be considered quite unconventional but then again, so is almost everything else right now.

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U.S. awards new $628 million contract to boost output of potential COVID-19 vacc

The U.S. government on Monday entered into a $628 million contract with drugmaker Emergent BioSolutions to boost manufacturing capacity for a potential COVID-19 vaccine.

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White House calls for 'law and order' as violent protests rage

The White House on Monday called for "law and order" and blamed agitators for a sixth straight night of violent nationwide U.S. protests triggered by anger over racial inequities and excessive police force.

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Facebook, Snapchat join chorus of companies condemning George Floyd death, racis

Facebook Inc and Snap Inc became the latest U.S. companies condemning racial inequality in the United States as violent protests flared up across major cities over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis last week.

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Biden to meet with community leaders in Delaware amid U.S. police-brutality prot

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was scheduled on Monday to meet with community leaders in Wilmington, Delaware, the day after visiting a nearby site where protests against police brutality forced businesses to board up their windows.

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Third Asian giant 'murder' hornet found in Washington state

Washington state has confirmed its third sighting of an Asian giant hornet, dubbed the "murder hornet," indicating the invasive, predatory insect has survived the winter in the U.S. Northwest, state agriculture officials said on Friday.

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Nasdaq keeps Philadelphia trading floor closed due to protests

Nasdaq Inc said it postponed Monday's planned reopening of its PHLX options trading floor in Philadelphia, which had been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, due to the demonstrations over the death of a black man, George Floyd, in police custody.

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Kremlin rejects idea floated by Obama-era security advisor it stoked U.S. protes

The Kremlin on Monday rejected accusations it had played any role in protests rocking the United States, after former U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice raised the possibility of Russian involvement.

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Music industry hits pause to reflect as U.S. protests rage

Leading record labels will mark "Black Out Tuesday" this week, suspending business and working with communities to fight racial inequality after protests erupted in the United States following the death of a black man, George Floyd, in police custody.

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