DES MOINES, Iowa — The Governor’s Office says Governor Kim Reynolds was examined today after feeling chest pains but is already working at the Capitol again. A news release from her office says the Governor felt chest pain earlier today and went to the emergency room. She underwent blood tests,
DES MOINES, Iowa — Vernon Huser has been convicted twice of First Degree Murder for hiring a hitman to kill his wife’s lover in 2004. Twice he’s had those convictions thrown out on appeal while maintaining his innocence. On Thursday he finally admitted his guilt and then walked out of
LEMARS, Iowa- The Wells Dairy Company has opened a made-over Visitor Center and Ice Cream Parlor in downtown LeMars. The new $3 million dollar center tells the Wells story growing from a family business delivering milk, into what is now the second largest dairy products company in the United States.
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For space lovers around the world, the month of June is set to be stellar: Jupiter will be clearly visible, and those wanting to catch a glimpse of its moons will only need a pair of binoculars. NASA has said that Jupiter “is at its biggest and brightest this month,”
AMES, Iowa — Students will be greeted in the fall semester in Ames and Iowa City by an increase in fees and tuition. On Thursday morning the Iowa Board of Regents gave final approval to tuition increases beginning with the 2019-2020 school year in the fall. Both the University of
POLK COUNTY, Iowa — An Ankeny man twice convicted of murder, then later freed, has reached an agreement with prosecutors. Vernon Huser is scheduled to enter a plea agreement at the Polk County courthouse Thursday afternoon. Huser was convicted of murder in 2010 for hiring a man to kill Lance
DES MOINES, Iowa — A Des Moines man says his normally quiet street was suddenly filled with police officers in body armor Thursday morning. It happened in the 400 Block of E. Pleasant View Drive. A neighbor says more than a half-dozen police vehicles arrived suddenly at 6:15 a.m. Officers
FAYETTE COUNTY, Iowa – A northeast Iowa toddler suffered serious injuries Wednesday night after being backed over by a lawnmower operated by a man officials say was intoxicated. According to the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, a 911 call came in around 8:43 p.m. about a three-year-old female that had been
JOHNSTON, Iowa – The cause of death for a child who died while under the care of a Johnston woman at an unlicensed daycare has been determined as accidental traumatic asphyxia. Thursday, the Polk County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed the cause of death for 17-month-old Tucker Schneider. He died February
DES MOINES, Iowa — Summer is a time when teenagers generally have a lot of free time and even more energy. A fitness club in the metro is hoping to harness the combination by offering free memberships to teenagers. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said more than
President Donald Trump called D-Day veterans assembled in Normandy on Thursday “the pride of our nation.” “You are the glory of our republic and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts,” Trump said in remarks at the Normandy American Cemetery in northern France. “You are among the very
NEWTON, Iowa- State and local leaders gathered Wednesday to mark the re-birth of a local landmark in Newton. Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg were on hand to note the conversion of the Maytag Hotel, into modern apartments. The $16 million dollar effort, a coalition of investors and
DES MOINES, Iowa — Governor Kim Reynolds has no plans to appeal the decision a Polk County judge made to strike down the “fetal heartbeat’ bill earlier this year. The bill would have banned abortions after six weeks. Meanwhile, more than a half-dozen states have passed anti-abortion legislation so far
AMES, Iowa – The Iowa Board of Regents is meeting Thursday to discuss approving a tuition increase and mandatory fees for the upcoming school year. If approved, this would be the first, of a five-year model plan called “Guardrails Tuition Model.” Undergraduate students at the University of Iowa and Iowa