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Concerned neighbors speak up after recent shootings in Sioux City

After a string of related shootings in Sioux City, people who live on the city's west side gathered to talk about the violence. About 100 people were at a meeting of the Neighborhood Network Thursday night. Police Chief Doug Young and other members of the department were also there to discuss community team policing. That allows officers to focus on certain districts of the city and gives neighborhoods a point-person at the police department.

Keystone XL Pipeline study could determine the project's approval

The results of an environmental impact study into the Keystone XL Pipeline will come out Friday afternoon. A final decision may not come for several months. The results are seen as a key factor in determining whether the controversial oil pipeline project will go ahead. If approved, the pipeline would carry 830,000 barrels of oil a day from Alberta, Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

Project to bring roughly 200 jobs to Norfolk

A Texas-based manufacturer is about to supply a major economic boost to Norfolk, Nebraska. Tejas Tubular Products Incorporated plans to build a new plant in Norfolk that will mean 200 new jobs over the next several years. Construction will start later this year, with completion set for next year. Tejas Tubular plans to apply for state incentives, with a required minimum investment of $109 million.

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