A former Armstrong police officer has been charged with dozens of crimes, making him the latest in a string of former town officials to face criminal charges in the last 14 months.
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A decommissioned World War II-era destroyer, named after the Sullivan brothers of Waterloo, docked near downtown Buffalo in New York is taking on water and listing perilously but officials believed it would be saved.
Crime and Courts Apr. 13, 2022 2:56 pm409d ago
Iowa’s solicitor general has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of assault after he was arrested and accused over the weekend of taking several swings at a Des Moines bar bouncer.
GILMORE CITY, Iowa (AP) — A tornado hit near Gilmore City in rural north-central Iowa as a strong line of storms moved across the state overnight, the National Weather Service confirmed Wednesday.
Government & Politics Apr. 8, 2022 6:32 pm414d ago
The president has traveled to other states in recent months to tout federal infrastructure funding.
STORM LAKE, Iowa (AP) — A 32-year rivalry between two Storm Lake newspapers has ended after the Storm Lake Times Company recently purchased the Pilot-Tribune from Hallmark II Publishing of Charles City.
Crime and Courts Apr. 1, 2022 3:00 pm421d ago
Julia Cox, 56, and Roy Garner, 59, pleaded guilty to their roles in the September 2020 killing of Michael Williams, 44, of Grinnell.
Nicole Grundmeier - IowaWatch
Health Care and Medicine Mar. 11, 2022 7:32 am443d ago
Some Iowa parents and caregivers still are scrambling to find safe milk for their babies.
Weather Mar. 14, 2022 11:11 am440d ago
The National Weather Service has confirmed four additional tornadoes that struck Iowa during Saturday evening’s deadly severe weather, bringing the total from the previously confirmed nine to now 13.
Crime and Courts Mar. 8, 2022 2:24 pm445d ago
The state agreed to pay eight men working for the state's Department of Revenue just over $1 million to settle complaints that they were secretly photographed by a male colleague in a restroom and that supervisors didn't take it seriously.
Agriculture Apr. 5, 2022 5:45 pm417d ago
Bird flu has been detected in a backyard flock in western Iowa, federal officials said Wednesday, a troubling development for a state that is home to the nation’s largest number of egg-laying hens.
Jared Strong - Iowa Capital Dispatch
News Feb. 21, 2022 6:00 am461d ago
The Iowa Public Information Board directed a state agency to examine its director’s cellphone for text messages that were requested nine months ago by Clark Kauffman, Iowa Capital Dispatch’s deputy editor, as part of his investigation into unemployment benefits fraud at the time.
Government & Politics Feb. 18, 2022 4:34 pm463d ago
Iowa’s governor cited fairness as a guiding principle in her efforts to flatten Iowa income tax rates, provide more families with opportunities to send children to non-public schools and prohibit transgender athletes from competing in girls’ sports.
Clark Kauffman - Iowa Capital Disptach
Health Care and Medicine Feb. 18, 2022 6:00 am464d ago
Federal officials fined Dunlap Specialty Care $62,283, alleging the home had failed to take the necessary steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Large numbers of geese and pelicans have been found dead along the Mississippi River in eastern Iowa, and wildlife biologists aren’t sure what’s killing them.