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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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 wee ... »

Records: Chadwick was under influence of meth at time of fatal Cedar Rapids crash

CEDAR RAPIDS — Lawson Chadwick was under the influence of methamphetamine at the time of his fatal collision with a city worker last month. ... »

21-year-old Cedar Rapids man convicted of robbing man for $200

CEDAR RAPIDS — A 21-year-old man, who four men say threatened to “shoot up” a party that ended in ... »

Luerkens makes initial appearance in Marion Hy-Vee stabbing death

CEDAR RAPIDS — Police have surveillance video that shows Nicholas Luerkens stabbing Lynnsey Donald in a Marion grocery store parking lot las ... »

West Liberty man who abused roommate’s cat pleads guilty

IOWA CITY — A West Liberty man accused of abusing and torturing his roommate’s cat last year has pleaded guilty.

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Judge to determine guilt of former Marion elder group home operators

CEDAR RAPIDS — A couple accused of locking in or barricading elderly people in their rooms overnight and administering them harmful drugs in ... »

Attorneys claim Cedar Rapids police violated rights of man accused in fatal stabbing

CEDAR RAPIDS — A 32-year-old Cedar Rapids man accused of fatally stabbing a woman last year was found competent to stand trial, but his May ... »

Kenneth Johns gets emotional, apologizes in court appearance

IOWA CITY — Kenneth Johns displayed a considerably different attitude in his second court appearance of the month, where he was read a list ... »

Independence settles lawsuit with former mayor for $50,000

INDEPENDENCE — The City of Independence settled a lawsuit last week with the former mayor for $50,000, which could be a record for the faste ... »

Dog handler testifies at Frederiksen murder trial

WEBSTER CITY — Jurors in the Casey Frederiksen murder and sexual abuse trial are learning how authorities believe they found the spot where ... »

Schaul gets 30 years for traffic death, injury near Central City

CEDAR RAPIDS — After a tearful court hearing Friday, a judge sentenced a Cedar Rapids man to 30 years in prison for causing the 2013 traffic ... »

Frederiksen trial begins today with opening statements

WEBSTER CITY — Opening statements are scheduled for Tuesday in the Casey Frederiksen murder trial.

He is accused of sexually abusing a ... »

Trial begins today in death of 5-year-old Evelyn Miller

WEBSTER COUNTY — The man accused of abusing and killing 5-year-old Evelyn Miller nearly a decade ago will go to trial Monday.

Casey Fr ... »

Iowa City attorney appointed as next 6th Judicial District judge

IOWA CITY — Gov. Terry Branstad has appointed an Iowa City lawyer as the next 6th Judicial District judge.

Chad A. Kepros of North Lib ... »