Telemed abortion ban ruled unconstitutional by Iowa Supreme Court

DES MOINES - Iowa's ban on using telemedicine to issue abortion pills is unconstitutional, ... »

Sex exploitation trial for Anamosa teacher starts next week

ANAMOSA - A trial for an Anamosa middle school teacher charged with sexual exploitation of a female student will start Tuesday in Jones County Dist ... »

Fourth defendant in smuggling guns to Lebanon conspiracy pleads not guilty


CEDAR RAPIDS - The fourth defendant charged in a conspiracy to smuggle guns to Lebanon pleaded not guilty to 18 criminal counts in federa ... »

Man to plead guilty to stealing $193,000 in credit card scheme

A former employee of a Williamsburg business that provides mechanical maintenance for utility companies is charged with stealing over $193,000 from ... »

Plea hearing reset for Cedar Rapids man charged in toddler's 2012 death 

IOWA CITY - A plea hearing has been reset for an Iowa City man charged in the death of his girlfriend's toddler in 2012.

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Judge resentences Jose Rockiett to original 25-year prison term

A judge resentenced Jose Rockiett to the same sentence of 25 years but with the possibility of being parole after serving seven years - the mandato ... »

Former Manchester bank employee to serve over a year in federal prison for embezzlement 

CEDAR RAPIDS - A federal judge flatly denied a defense attorney's plea Thursday for a former Manchester bank secretary convicted of embezzlement to ... »

Prosecutor: No ‘logical reason’ other than burglary for defendant's prints on watch box

CEDAR RAPIDS - First Assistant Linn County attorney Nick Maybanks said Tuesday during his opening statement that evidence presented this week, incl ... »

Despite fingerprint match, man accused of burglary found guilty of lesser charge

CEDAR RAPIDS - A jury only took about 45 minutes Wednesday to convict a man - who was originally charged with burglarizing a home and stealing guns ... »

Woman hit by UI Cambus agrees to $250,000 settlement

DES MOINES - The state has reached a quarter-million-dollar settlement with a University of Iowa student who was injured when struck by a Cambus wh ... »

Supreme Court dismisses lawsuit challenging Iowa Juvenile Home closure

DES MOINES - The Iowa Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the 2014 closure of the Iowa Juvenile Home in Toledo ... »

Man faces federal charges in Calmar bank robbery

CALMAR - A Postville man faces federal charges for robbing a Calmar bank earlier this month.

The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports a feder ... »

Couple, two brothers charged in Martelle bank robbery last month    

Two brothers armed with shotguns, and the husband and wife who were their alleged getaway drivers, pleaded not guilty Monday to robbing a Martelle ... »

Midamar argues emails seized in guns-to-Lebanon search should be private

CEDAR RAPIDS - The founder of Midamar Corp. will ask a federal judge next week for a protective order to prevent the government from reviewing some ... »

Perez to plead guilty in toddler’s death in 2012

IOWA CITY - An Iowa City man accused in the death of his girlfriend's toddler in 2012 will plead guilty next month in Johnson County District Court ... »