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  • Two Motorcyclists Killed in Decatur County Crash

    DECATUR COUNTY, Iowa  —  Two people are dead after a motorcycle crash in Decatur County. The Iowa State Patrol says the crash happened at approximately 10 p.m. on Saturday. Cody Evans, 33, was travelling north on 302nd Avenue, and Alex Naylor, 29, was travelling the opposite direction but on the wrong side of the road. The two motorcycles collided head-on, and both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.

  • First Aid Tips to Keep Dogs Safe Outside

    IOWA  —  Pets are often considered to be part of the family, so it only makes sense that owners would want to take care of them as well as possible. As animals are starting to spend more time outside during the summer, the DNR has released some helpful hints on ways to make sure dogs stay safe while enjoying the great outdoors. The first thing the DNR suggests doing is creating a first aid kit that includes your pet’s medical […]

  • City of Adel Implements Water Watch

    ADEL, Iowa  —  The City of Adel has implemented a water watch. Due to current hot, dry weather conditions, the city says it has experienced a high demand for water. The water watch is part of the Water Conservation Plan that was recently approved. Find the original announcement and specific guidelines regarding the watch here.

  • Verdict Reached in Anderson Sexual Harassment Trial

    POLK COUNTY, Iowa  —  A verdict has been reached in Kirsten Anderson‘s trial alleging sexual harassment by Senate Republicans. The jury awarded Anderson $2.1 million in damages. Anderson’s team was asking for $1.2 million, and received nearly double that amount. $1.4 million was awarded for past damages and $795,000 for future damages. Following the jury’s decision, Governor Reynolds released a statement saying, “We always have to be vigilant to ensure harassment doesn’t happen in the workplace. It is unacceptable.” Senate […]

  • The Insiders: July 16th Edition, Quick Six

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Todd Prichard talks good qualities for political candidates, workplace behavior, unions, party chair Amy McGuire, and this week’s predictions.

  • The Insiders: July 16th Edition, How Should Money in Politics be Limited?

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Donald Trump has promised again and again to drain the swamp in Washington, and now Republican candidate for governor Ron Corbett is borrowing the phrase. Corbett is trying to use it against Governor Kim Reynolds, hoping to beat her in June’s primary and eventually take her place in the governor’s mansion. Corbett challenged the governor not to accept any “D.C. special interest swamp money.” His campaign also distributed a letter saying, “Let’s keep swamp money out of Iowa politics,” […]

  • The Insiders: July 16th Edition, How Does Corbett Measure Up to Reynolds?

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Ron Corbett wants you to know he’s for real about running for governor, he can raise the money he needs, and he’s a credible threat to Governor Kim Reynolds in a Republican primary. Corbett is Iowa’s former House Speaker and current mayor of Cedar Rapids. He admits Governor Reynolds will raise more money than him and that she’s the establishment’s choice. Dave Price looks at what Corbett is up against in the election.

  • The Insiders: July 16th Edition, How Will Experiences Set Candidates Apart?

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  State Representative Abby Finkenauer and Thomak Heckroth are both running in the 1st Congressional district race. Finkenauer’s campaign released a message, saying, “We welcome Thomas Heckroth to the race and back to Iowa after he’s been living in New York and D.C. for the past decade. We look forward to the important discussion of ways to improve the lives of the people living in Iowa’s first. Abby Finkenauer has been focusing on looking out for and […]

  • The Insiders: July 16th Edition, What are Todd Prichard’s Campaign Plans?

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  There seem to be many Iowans who think they can be governor, and about a dozen of them are actually running. One is Todd Prichard, a Democratic state representative from Charles City. He joins Dave Price in the studio to talk about his campaign and his views on job creation, budget, and education.

  • Officials ID Victim of Fatal Polk County Motorcycle Crash

    POLK COUNTY, Iowa  —  Police have released the name of the man killed when his motorcycle was hit by a car on Friday night. Ankeny resident Rueben Ignacio Enriquez, 56, was travelling on NE 14th Street when his motorcycle was struck by a car driven by Taylor Linse, 26. Enriquez was transported to Mercy Hospital following the crash, where he was pronounced dead. Linse now faces charges of a second offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, homicide by vehicle, driving […]

  • One Dead, Two Injured in Tama County Crash

    TAMA COUNTY, Iowa  —  One person has died and two others are injured after a car crash in Tama County. The crash took place on Saturday at approximately 10:42 p.m. The Iowa State Patrol says a Chevrolet was travelling northbound on Highway 21 when it entered a bridge construction zone in which the road was reduced to one lane. A Cadillac was also travelling southbound in the construction zone on Highway 21 when the Chevrolet struck the vehicle head-on. Donald […]

  • Fort Dodge Police Investigating Early Morning Convenience Store Robbery

    FORT DODGE, Iowa  —  Police in Fort Dodge are currently looking for the suspect who robbed a convenience store early Saturday morning. Officials responded to a report of a robbery at the Yes Way convenience store at 1601 5th Avenue South at approximately 4:31 a.m. A male suspect entered the store and demanded money, before leaving on foot with an undetermined amount of cash. No weapons were involved in the incident and no injuries were reported. The suspect is described […]