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UPDATE: Authorities begin investigation after truck is pulled from Missouri River Authorities are trying to track down the owner of a red pickup truck that was found in the Missouri River.

Officials with the Iowa D-N-R, spotted it downstream from Sergeant Bluff, on Monday.

Tuesday, a dive team helped get it towed out of the water.

It had no license plates, but the vin number revealed that the owner is from the area, and they're trying to contact her as part of the investigation.

South Sioux City votes to make electricity changes

The South Sioux City council votes unanimously, to level off the amount of power supplied to the city by the Nebraska Public Power District.

That figure is currently, about 30 percent.

City administrator Lance Hedquist said, 26 other firms have offered to sell electricity to South Sioux, so he believes energy costs can be cut for customers.

The changes don't take place for three more years.

Fashion Floors continues tradition of donation to cancer center

A Sioux City business is continuing a tradition of helping cancer survivors.
John Hall, owner of fashion floors carpet one, started the donations to the June E. Nylen cancer center in honor of his wife, Helen.

She was a seven-year survivor, before cancer took her life four years ago.

Hall said, he loves the chance to give back to those fighting the same battle his wife once fought.

His business has raised more than 15-thousand dollars to fight cancer in the past 6 years.

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