Noon Newscast 8.22.19
A draft audit shows issues with the finances of the Democratic Party of South Dakota.
The report shows the organization understated payments by $2.5 million dollars in 2015 and 2016.
The audit performed by the Federal Election Commission also showed more than $67,000 worth of contributions from unregistered organizations.
Plus, the group didn’t disclose more than $46,000 worth of debts and obligations.
Another audit, this one by the Iowa Department of Public Safety shows more than 5,800 licenses were issued to private security workers without required background checks.
The audit largely blames the problems on the actions of a former department clerk who was fired late last year.
Officials in northwest Iowa say no foul play was involved in a fire that destroyed a future senior living facility.
The president of the board of investors for the Riverview Ridge Senior Living Center in Rock Valley say they still don’t know how the fire started.
The Sioux Gateway Airport is shutting down again for a runway construction project.
The airport is working on rebuilding a secondary runway.
The airport will be closed down tomorrow through Sunday. The next closure is scheduled for September 14th through the 14th.
The FAA is paying 90% of the cost of the $24 million runway project. It’s expected to be finished next spring.
Shriners from several states are in Sioux City for the Central States Shrine Association’s summer convention.
There will be a parade tonight at 6:30 to commemorate the event starting and third and Iowa Street and ending up at the Hard Rock.
If you can’t make it tonight, there’s another parade planned for Saturday morning at 9:30 in South Sioux City.