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  • SOME CASINO LEGAL ISSUES REMAIN TO BE RESOLVEDTHERE'S STILL SEVERAL LEGAL ISSUES TO BE SETTLED BETWEEN THE ARGOSY BELLE RIVERBOAT CASINO, THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION AND MISSOURI RIVER HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT. ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY JUSTIN VONDRAK SAYS [...]
  • RIVERBOAT TO DEPART WITHIN 60 DAYSTHE ARGOSY BELLE RIVERBOAT CASINO WILL LEAVE SIOUX CITY WITHIN THE NEXT 60 DAYS. ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY JUSTIN VONDRAK SAYS THE DEPARTURE DATE WAS SET UNDER THE MOST RECENT LEASE AGREEMENT [...]
  • IRGC & IOWA D-C-I OVERSEE ARGOSY CASINO SHUTDOWNWITH THE ARGOSY RIVERBOAT CASINO SHUTTING DOWN OPERATIONS WEDNESDAY, THERE'S A SPECIFIC PROCESS THAT TAKES PLACE TO CLOSE THE GAMBLING OPERATIONS. BRIAN OHORILKO, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION, [...]

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FOUR PEOPLE, INCLUDING TWO CHILDREN, WERE INJURED YESTERDAY AFTER THEIR CAR COLLIDED WITH A TRAIN IN ALTA.

BUENA VISTA COUNTY SHERIFF GARY LAUNDERVILLE SAYS THEY RECEIVED A CALL AT 4:22 P.M., REPORTING A CANADIAN NATIONAL TRAIN VERSUS CAR ACCIDENT.

UPON ARRIVAL, FOUR OCCUPANTS WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED AND HAD TO BE EXTRICATED FROM THE CAR.

ALL FOUR VICTIMS WERE TRANSPORTED TO THE BUENA VISTA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER.

THE TWO KIDS, AGES 2 AND 4, WERE LIFE-FLIGHTED TO A PEDIATRIC TRAUMA CENTER IN SIOUX FALLS.

AN INVESTIGATION SHOWS THE CAR WAS TRAVELING NORTHBOUND ON MAIN STREET IN ALTA WHEN IT WAS STRUCK BY A WESTBOUND TRAIN.

IT APPEARS ALL AUDIBLE AND VISUAL WARNINGS SIGNALS WERE FUNCTIONING PROPERLY.

THE NAMES OF ALL PERSONS INVOLVED ARE BEING WITHHELD AT THIS TIME.

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SOME CASINO LEGAL ISSUES REMAIN TO BE RESOLVED

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THERE'S STILL SEVERAL LEGAL ISSUES TO BE SETTLED BETWEEN THE ARGOSY BELLE RIVERBOAT CASINO, THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION AND MISSOURI RIVER HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT. ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY JUSTIN VONDRAK SAYS [...]