Sioux City police are investigating a shooting that left one injured.
The 30-year-old man was shot in the leg during an argument with someone in a passing carTuesday night.
Police say the man was walking near Dale Street Park on the city's north side when a car with an unknown number of people in it pulled up and began arguing with him.
Police say someone inside the car then shot the victim before fleeing the scene.
The suspect was last seen in a new white Chevy Impala. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was treated for what police say were non-life threatening injuries
The fight over a Texas company's plan to build a $10 billion oil refinery in southeastern South Dakota is moving to court.
The state Board of Minerals and Environment recently issued a revised air quality permit for Hyperion Resources that also extended the deadline for starting construction until March 2013.
Opponents have asked a circuit judge to overturn the board's approval of the permit.
Circuit Judge Mark Barnett will hold a hearing in the case Thursday.
The proposed refinery would process 400,000 barrels of Canadian tar sands crude oil each day into low-sulfur gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and liquid petroleum gas.
Hyperion says the project would be the most environmentally sound refinery in the nation.
Opponents say the new permit does not do enough to cut air pollution.
SIOUX CITY'S TYSON EVENTS CENTER IS ONE OF THE TOP 200 ARENAS IN THE WORLD FOR CONCERT TICKET SALES.
CENTER SPOKESPERSON ERIKA NEWTON SAYS SIX STRAIGHT SELLOUTS HELPED PROPEL THE VENUE TO 178TH PLACE ON POLLSTAR MAGAZINE'S 2011 RANKINGS.
FACILITIES MANAGER GLENN WALINSKI SAYS A LOT OF WORK GOES INTO SETTING UP THE BIG NAME CONCERTS THAT COME TO SIOUX CITY:
CITY MANAGER PAUL ECKERT SAYS THE TYSON STAFF RECEIVED HIGH MARKS FROM LADY ANTEBELLUM FOR THEIR WORK INVOLVING THEIR SHOW AT THE TYSON LAST MONTH.
IOWA GOVERNOR TERRY BRANSTAD WILL TALK ABOUT HIS GOALS FOR THE STATE IN A SIOUX CITY APPEARANCE ON THURSDAY.
BRANSTAD WILL REVIEW HIS STATE OF THE STATE SPEECH AT A MEETING OF THE SIOUX CITY ROTARY CLUB AT 11AM IN THE SIOUX CITY CONVENTION CENTER.
LT. GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS WILL ALSO SPEAK AT THE MEETING. THE GOVERNOR HAS LAID OUT A TEN POINT EDUCATION PLAN ALONG WITH PROPOSALS TO SPUR JOB CREATION AND HOLD THE LINE ON TAXES IN THE STATE.
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