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Sioux City fire fighters put out flames at the Waste Management building

Another early morning call for Sioux City firefighters on Wednesday. They responded to a fire at the Waste Management building on Stuben Street just before three o'clock. Crews attacked the flames and got the fire under control quickly. Initial reports indicated that at least one garbage truck caught fire and is severely damaged. Crews had a hard time getting into the building and ventilating it. There are no reports of injuries or the extent of the damage.

One step forward, two steps back for Lewis & Clark Regional Water System

Funding for the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System continues to trickle in at a level far below what has been budgeted. In President Obama's fiscal year 2015 budget proposal, $2.4 million is set aside for the project. Project officials call that a "kick in the gut" and an "absolute travesty." Construction has been going on for several years. The total project is more than a half-billion dollars.

Iowa DNR considering action against Hull, IA cheese plant following sludge spill

State environmental officials are considering action against a Hull, Iowa cheese processing plant after a storage tank overflowed causing an estimated 1,200 gallons of sludge to run into a nearby stream. The incident happened at Agropur when an alarm failed, Tuesday morning. The sludge flooded a wastewater treatment building and then flowed into a stream before stopping about four miles upstream of the West Branch of the Floyd River.

A public hearing will be held to discuss the license of Sioux City's Argosy Casino

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission holds a public hearing in Altoona Wednesday morning to discuss its denial of a license to Sioux City's Argosy Casino. Last April, the IRGC awarded Woodbury County's license to Sioux City Entertainment, developer of the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel. That was after Argosy owner, Penn National Gaming, and its nonprofit partner, Missouri River Historical Development, failed to negotiate a new contract in 2012.


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