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    Bloodhound With Amputated Ear in Recovery Before Hearing for Woman Accused of Neglect

    KNOXVILLE, Iowa  —  One of the 19 dogs found on a Sandyville property is still in recovery after having its ear amputated. Veterinarians were forced to remove the Bloodhound’s damaged ear after the animals were rescued and brought to the Animal Rescue League. She is currently still recovering at the Iowa Veterinary Referral Center, where she is receiving “round-the-clock care and pain management.” The disposition hearing for Lindsey Morrow, the woman accused of neglecting the animals, will take place on Wednesday at […]

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    Ottumwa Man Arrested After Firearm Theft

    OTTUMWA, Iowa  —  An Ottumwa man has been arrested following a firearm theft on Thursday. According to a release from the Ottumwa Police Department, at approximately 10:45 a.m. officials responded to a report that a firearm had been stolen from Foxhole Firearms at 2603 Roemer Avenue. Around 8 p.m. the same day, 28-year-old Ryan Sidney Comer was arrested after police recovered the stolen firearm. Comer now faces charges of interference with official acts, carrying weapons, unlawful possession of prescription drugs, […]

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    Police Asking for Help Locating Suspect in Urbandale Fareway Burglary

    URBANDALE, Iowa  —  The Urbandale Police Department says it is asking for help locating a burglary suspect. Officials are seeking a male suspect involved in the burglary of a Fareway store located at 8450 Meredith Drive in Urbandale. They say the incident took place on Saturday, February 18th at approximately 1:57 a.m. Anyone with information regarding the suspect or incident is asked to contact the Urbandale Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division at 515-252-8251 or Detective David Cook at C1117@Urbandale.org.

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    13Raw: Exclusive Look Into Senator Grassley’s Iowa Falls Town Hall Meeting

    IOWA FALLS, Iowa  —  Senator Grassley held a town hall meeting in Iowa Falls on Tuesday morning, where his constituents did not hesitate to make their voices heard. This exclusive 13Raw video gives an inside look into what took place at the gathering.

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    Two Milwaukee Men Arrested Following Ames Shooting

    AMES, Iowa  —  Police say two men have been arrested after a shooting in Ames early Sunday morning. Terrion Maxfield, 20, and Desmon R. Siner, 19, were arrested and charged with attempted murder. Both men were from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The suspects were located at a hospital in Fort Dodge with gunshot wounds and the suspect vehicle was also located in the area. Upon further investigation, officials say Charles Smith, 20, and Traveion D. Henry, 21, also of Milwaukee, were later […]

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    Altoona’s CAP Theatre Presents ‘Guys and Dolls Jr’

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Dani Boal and Noah Bowers from the CAP Theatre’s production of Guys and Dolls Junior stopped by the studio to talk about the show and when you can see the performances! Event details:  February 17-19 and 24-26 March 2-5 Tickets start at $10 Bring baby formula, diapers, or wet wipes to donate to the Infant Center of the Salvation Army in Des Moines and receive one free soda and free box of popcorn. For more information, […]

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    Madison County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Help Locating Missing Teen

    MADISON COUNTY, Iowa  —  The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says officials received a report of a possible runaway or missing juvenile on Wednesday. Authorities say 15-year-old Reonna May Croy is believed to have left her residence willingly and may have had help finding transportation from acquaintances. She was last seen at her St. Charles residence by family members at approximately 9 p.m. on February 15th. Reonna is described as 5’6″ weighing approximately 180 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She […]

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    Muscatine Man Sentenced for Possession of Ammunition

    DAVENPORT, Iowa  —  The U.S. Attorney’s Office says a Muscatine man will spend 130 months in prison for felon in possession of ammunition. Officials say on February 23, 2015, officers were notified of a burglary that took place in Bennet, Iowa, where a large gun safe containing ammunition and approximately 15 firearms–among other items–were reported stolen. Authorities say 43-year-old Gregory Wayne Wieskamp and a co-defendant drove a vehicle with the stolen gun safe to Moscow, Iowa, before cutting the safe […]

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    Davenport Man Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison

    DAVENPORT, Iowa  —  Officials say a Davenport man has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for two counts of felon in possession of a firearm. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Davenport police responded to a shots-fired call and found a vehicle belonging to 28-year-old DeAries Napoleon Jones that was possibly involved. Officers obtained a search warrant for the vehicle and found three shell casings inside. They later searched Jones’ residence, where they discovered a handgun with 48 rounds of […]

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    Victim Names Released in Marshall County Semis and Pickup Crash

    MARSHALL COUNTY, Iowa  —  The Iowa State Patrol has released the names of two people killed in a Friday morning crash in Marshall County. Officials say 32-year-old Brandon Paul Skidmore and 33-year-old Kaleia Shana Grant were killed in the crash at the intersection of Highway 14 and Highway 96. Joel Ryan Reints, 32, was also injured. The crash report states he was wearing a seatbelt. Iowa State Patrol officials say Skidmore’s pickup was traveling westbound on Highway 96 when it failed […]

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    13Raw: Exclusive Interview with Governor Branstad on Collective Bargaining Bill

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Channel 13’s Mike DaSilva talked exclusively to Governor Branstad about the controversial collective bargaining bill. Take a look at the video below to see the full interview, and see Mike’s news report on Friday evening’s news in the clip above.

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    Help Out Your Community with the Give Back Iowa Challenge

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  The third annual Give Back Iowa Challenge encourages employees to participate in community volunteering. Angela Ten Clay and Brianne Fitzgerald stopped by to talk more about the challenge and discuss how employers and employees can get involved. Event details: April 1st – May 31st Pre-register: March 15th For more information, visit volunteeriowa.org.