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Siouxlanders take to the streets in response to Roe v. Wade reversal

SIOUX CITY – More than 200 people stood outside the Sioux City Federal Building Friday protesting the U.S. Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade. Community members of all ages, political candidates and community activists spoke their thoughts on the court's opinion on a Mississippi case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
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MINI: Has anyone considered that gas companies might have an ulterior motive?

Has anyone considered that gas companies, whose profits have surged since the war in Ukraine started, might have an ulterior motive for keeping gas prices unnecessarily high? Perhaps their mission is to crush President Biden and his fellow Democrats who are very concerned about climate change and want to reduce our dependence on gas and oil. Just wondering. --Ann Knutson, Sioux City.
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Huh? Iowa Man Arrested After Refusing to Leave Shower For HOURS

This has to have been one of the weirdest calls this police department has ever received. I mean, can you imagine? It probably went something like this... 'Uh, yeah, we need your help. We can't get this guy out of the shower.' Police: 'How long's he been in there?' Caller: 'You wouldn't believe it if I told you.'
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COVID CASES CONTINUE IN SIOUXLAND

EVEN THOUGH THE PANDEMIC IS OVER, THERE ARE STILL NEW CASES OF COVID-19 BEING REPORTED EACH WEEK IN SIOUXLAND. TYLER BROCK, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF SIOUXLAND DISTRICT HEALTH, SAYS CASE NUMBERS HAVE GONE UP IN SIOUX CITY RECENTLY:. TYLER1 OC…….EVERYWHERE ELSE. :17. BROCK SAYS MOST OF THOSE CASES HAVE...
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Pro-Choice, Pro-Life rallies held in Downtown Sioux City

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Siouxland residents on both sides of the abortion issue took to the streets following the ruling. Those who supported the decision held a celebration rally in downtown Sioux City, gathering outside the Woodbury County Courthouse for 90 minutes. They say while they're pleased with the ruling, their work is not yet done.
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