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  • The Insiders: November 12th Edition, Quick Six

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Political Director Dave Price discusses gun laws, speed limits, drug overdoses, Black Friday, running, and this week’s prediction with Iowa Senator Nate Boulton.

  • The Insiders: November 12th Edition, Mental Health Town Hall

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  The family of Sergei Neubauer has helped to turn grief into conversation. Sergei graduated from Urbandale High School, and struggled with mental health issues before taking his own life in September. His parents have been sounding the alarm about the unmet needs of others and what changes have to happen to help those in need. On Tuesday, the hour-long Channel 13 news at 4 will be devoted to discussing mental health in Iowa through a live town hall conversation […]

  • The Insiders: November 12th Edition, What Do Iowans Think of Presidency One Year Later?

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Wednesday night marked one year since Iowans helped elect Donald Trump as president. Tamara Scott, the Iowa Republican National Committeewoman, came to the studio to discuss the election, tax cuts, and health care with Political Director Dave Price.  

  • The Insiders: November 12th Edition, What Do Poll Numbers Mean for President Trump?

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  National polls show roughly one in three Americans approve of the job President Trump has done so far during his time in office, and Political Director Dave Price asked the new chair of the Republican national Committee what this means going forward. In addition to her thoughts on the president’s future, Ronna Romney McDaniel also commented on what she thinks is special about Iowa when it comes to involvement in elections.

  • The Insiders: November 12th Edition, Nate Boulton on Iowa Health Care

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  The state and tens of thousands of Iowans have to scramble to make sure they get a new private provider for medicaid services. This needs to happen by the end of the month, when one of the three private companies is ending its services with the state. Democratic Senator Nate Boulton, who is also running for governor, talked to Political Director Dave Price about his thoughts on the current state of health care in Iowa.

  • Victim of Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting Stole Vehicle, Officials Say

    DAKOTA CITY, Iowa  —  More information has been released regarding a fatal officer-involved shooting in Humboldt County. A report from the Iowa Department of Public Safety said family members and law enforcement personnel were looking for 20-year-old Shane Jensen on Sunday. Jensen had expressed thoughts of suicide by cop and was wanted for stealing a vehicle. Officers from the Iowa DNR and Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office located Jensen, armed with a weapon, in the 200 block of 4th Avenue. Officials […]

  • Officer-Involved Shooting in Humboldt County Leaves One Dead

    HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Iowa  —  One person has died following an officer-involved shooting in Dakota City. At approximately 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, law enforcement officials responded went to the 200 block of 4th Street on a report of a wanted subject hiding under the deck of a residence. Officers found a subject armed with a weapon, who fired it in the air and then pointed it at the officers. An Iowa DNR officer then fatally shot the subject. No names have […]

  • Firefighters Use Heavy Machinery to Help Extinguish Flames in Marshalltown Home

    MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa  —  Fire crews in Marshalltown had to call in extra help to put out a house fire on Friday. The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to the 400 block of W. Linn street at approximately 9:09 p.m. When they arrived, first responders found heavy smoke coming from the structure. All the occupants had made it out of the building and reported the fire was coming from the basement. Hoarding conditions inside and near the residence made it difficult for […]

  • DMPD Seeking Help Locating Missing Person

    UPDATE: Police confirm Mackel has been located.  DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Des Moines police are asking for the public’s assistance locating a missing person. Riley Mackel, 21, was last seen at approximately 3:40 p.m. in the area of Union Park. He was wearing a gray-colored sweatshirt that has the word “Guess” on the front, gray sweatpants, and tan shoes. Riley is autistic and non-verbal, and may have a pacifier in his mouth for comfort. Anyone with information regarding Riley’s location […]

  • Local Iowa Election Results

    IOWA  —  Local elections were held across the country on Tuesday, and the results for Iowa are now coming in. Find links for complete results below: Polk County Connie Boesen beat incumbent Skip Moore for the Des Moines City Council at-large seat with 54.38% of the vote. Josh Mandelbaum won the Des Moines City Council Ward 3 seat with 56.26%. Dave Burgess won the mayoral race in Windsor Heights, replacing Diana Willits. Dallas County Mike Jones, Michael Loffredo, and Joseph Jones were […]

  • One Person Found Unconscious After Vehicle Crashes Into Skunk River

    STORY CITY, Iowa  —  One person has been transported to the hospital after a car went into the Skunk River in Story City. Just before 4 p.m. on Monday, emergency crews responded to a report of a car in the water. Galen Omvig was found unconscious inside the vehicle and taken by helicopter to UnityPoint Methodist Hospital. Story City police say it appears the car was traveling westbound on Broad Street when it veered off the road and landed in […]

  • Carbon Monoxide Leak at Marshalltown Church Hospitalizes 15

    MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa  —  Over a dozen people were hospitalized after a carbon monoxide leak in a Marshalltown church on Sunday afternoon. According to the Times-Republican, first responders were called to 305 E. South Street after people reported smelling gas and several began passing out. Others were suffering headaches and difficulty breathing. An initial test found high levels of carbon monoxide. A gasoline-powered generator and several full gasoline cans were also discovered at the scene, which fire officials believe may have played […]