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  • Senator Ernst is hosting her 3rd annual Roast and Ride event in June. (WHO-HD)

    Senator Ernst to Host 3rd Annual Roast and Ride

    BOONE, Iowa  —  Although she faced protesters at Tuesday’s town hall meeting in Maquoketa, Senator Joni Ernst is planning an event on June 3rd that may draw a different response. The senator will hold her third annual Roast and Ride at the Central Iowa Expo grounds in Boone. Ernst has not yet announced who will join her as the keynote speaker. Last year then presidential candidate Donald Trump attended the event.

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    Found Not Guilty for Murder, Terri Supino Now Filing Lawsuit

    WATERLOO, Iowa  —  A woman found not guilty of murder is now going back to court as the plaintiff. Terri Supino filed a lawsuit against Jasper County attorney Mike Jacobsen and Jasper County sheriff John Halferty. The lawsuit–filed this week–alleges defamation and deprivation of constitutional rights. In 2014, investigators charged Supino with the 1983 murders of Steven Fisher and Melisa Gregory. The sheriff’s department coordinated the arrest with the with the crime drama TV show Cold Justice. They arrested her on the […]

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    Business Park Evacuated After Tuesday Fire

    ANKENY, Iowa  —  Investigators are looking into the cause of a fire at a business park near Ankeny. Fire crews were called to the building at 1600 Northeast 66th Avenue around 1 p.m. on Tuesday. When they arrived, they found the building fully engulfed in flames. Fire officials say the building was home to a number of businesses, all of which had to be evacuated. However, most of the damage to the building was isolated to the roof. Witnesses say a roofing crew was […]

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    Proposed Bill Would Base University Hiring on Balance of Professors’ Political Ideology

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Senate Democrats are speaking out after a bill was recently introduced that would drastically change how state professors are hired. Republican Senator Mark Chelgren of Ottumwa’s proposed bill would freeze professor hiring at state universities until the faculty is balanced in terms of political ideology. This means, for example, a professor registered as a Democrat would not be hired unless the amount of Democrat and Republican faculty members at the school is within 10% of each other. […]

  • An Australian plane crash killed four Americans.

    Australian Plane Crash Kills Pilot, Four American Tourists

    AUSTRALIA  —  Four American tourists and an Australian pilot were killed Tuesday morning when a light plane crashed into a shopping mall. “I thought, ‘geez, he’s very low,’ and I thought he was going to go up, and then evidently he clipped something whether it be the building there or that, and then it plummeted to the ground and into a fireball,” said Brad Tatam, who witnessed the crash. The incident was also captured on several dash cameras. One video shows the […]

  • AARP volunteers lobbied for the CARE Act. (WHO-HD)

    AARP Volunteers Lobby for Legislation to Help Home Caregivers

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  On Tuesday morning, more than 80 AARP volunteers gathered at the state capitol for their annual lobby day. Tuesday’s focus was on passing the CARE Act. The group wants Iowa to join 35 other states in passing legislation to help better support home caregivers in the state. Volunteers are also set to meet with members of Iowa’s congressional delegation and urge them to oppose cuts to Medicare. AARP’s state director says this is an issue everyone can agree on. […]

  • Friends of the Old Barn is working to save a barn in Muscatine.

    Volunteers Working to Save Muscatine Barn

    MUSCATINE, Iowa  —  A group of Muscatine County volunteers are racing against the clock to try and save a piece of Iowa history. Muscatine County gave the group 30 days to save an old barn from destruction, as Jesyka Dereta reports. Stepping into the barn is like a walk down memory lane for John Haskins, who grew up on a farm and spent long days working in a similar barn. “It was very rare to see a fat farmer, very rare. […]

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    The Story of The 3 Little Pigs-Thursday at 10

    Could pigs replace dogs “man’s best friend?” This could change your mind.

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    On to State! Van Meter Rallies, Beats Panorama

    WAUKEE – 10th ranked Van Meter used a big 2nd half rally to upset #6 Panorama Monday night 39-38 and advance to the state tournament. The Bulldogs trailed by 9 at the half but found the shooting touch in the 2nd half.  Mackenzie Roberts hit a floater in the lane with 10 seconds left, then numerous attempts by the Panthers were off the mark. Emotions ran high after the game as many Bulldog players dedicated the win to grandparents that […]

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    NC State vs Georgia Tech Tonight at 7 on WHO 13.3

    NC State travels to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech...tonight at 7 on WHO 13.3 (Antenna TV)....Mediacom Digital 114.

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    Lieutenant Governor Promotes Agriculture STEM

    Each year, 15 community colleges that have ag programs are invited to a career day at the Agribusiness Association of Iowa Showcase and Conference. They’re there to listen to industry speakers, network, and some get scholarships. At the showcase, Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds spoke to the students about STEM, “We say ag is STEM, so if you’ve got a good foundation in that, you’re set to decide or to be whatever you want to be and the community colleges have […]

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    Channel 13’s Apple A Day

    Watch Today in Iowa and you could win the really cool Apple iPad Air 2 in Channel 13's Apple A Day Giveaway! Watch weekday mornings through March 1, get the clue and be a winner!