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  • 18-Year-Old Charged After Sending Threatening Messages to WDM Students

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa  —  A Des Moines man is in custody accused of threatening West Des Moines students. Police arrested 18-year-old Kiren Kelly on Monday. Kelly is accused of sending threatening text messages to students on October 4th. He is not connected to the group of hackers accused of sending similar threats to Johnston students. Kelly is charged with felony threat of terrorism.

  • Flames Destroy Indianola Home on Monday

    INDIANOLA, Iowa  —  An Indianola home is likely a total loss after a fire on Monday morning. Police say two people were home when they heard an explosion. When firefighters arrived, they found flames shooting through the roof of the home. Fire investigators are still investigating the cause. Homeowners say it sounded like something crashed into the house, but firefighters have not found evidence of that. No one was injured.

  • Updated Change of Venue Requested in Cedar Bridge Arson Trial

    JASPER COUNTY, Iowa  —  One of the teens accused of setting a Madison County bridge on fire was back in court. On Monday, Alex Hoff‘s attorney asked the court to reconsider a change of venue order. In August, a judge moved his trial to Jasper County, but both the defense and prosecutors agree either Pottawattamie or Scott Counties would be more appropriate. Their concern is that Hoff won’t get a fair trial anywhere in central Iowa. Back in April, investigators say Hoff […]

  • Valley Junction Given ‘Historic’ Certification

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa  —  A metro community that has long called itself historic now has the certification to back it up. Historic Valley Junction has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The designation covers 52 properties along a three-block stretch of 5th Street, as well as several cross streets that developed in the railroad boom of the 1890s. Local officials say they’ve been working for years for this designation. “This has been something a long time coming, but it’s […]

  • Beaverdale Home Hit by Bullets Over the Weekend

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Some Beaverdale residents came home to bullet holes around their front door this weekend. Officers were called to the 2600 block of 53rd street on Saturday night on reports of a shooting. Investigators were able to find four bullet casings in the street, as well as damage to a home on the block. Police say the front door had been hit by a bullet and the brick next to the door was also damaged. No one […]

  • Festival of Trees and Lights

    Join Channel 13 at the Festival of Trees and Lights opening Wednesday, November 22nd at the Iowa Events Center.

  • Iowa Production Forecast Down From Last Year

    Iowa corn yields look like they’re going to be down from last year according to the Iowa Crop Production report. Although, the 2016 crop was the largest on record. Iowa corn production is forecast at 2.46 billion bushels based on October 1 conditions. Yields are expected to average 191 bushels per acre, up four bushels per acre from last month but down 12 from last year. This would still be the third largest yield and production on record. The highest […]

  • Murphy’s Law: Fun in the Rain at Jack Trice Stadium

    In this week’s Murphy’s Law, Keith Murphy talks about the good, bad, and ugly of his rain-soaked day in Ames.

  • FACEOFF: Who Should be Ranked Higher Iowa or Iowa State?

    Sears and Murph debate who should be ranked higher Iowa or Iowa State, Nebraska’s new AD, UNC gets a slap on the wrist, and Teske leaves the state for Penn State.

  • I THINK: Adding UNI to the Schedule isn’t an Iowa Problem, It’s a College Football Problem

    Earlier this week Iowa added UNI to its non-conference schedule in 2020.  Many fans were disappointed as they want to play a bigger name. John Sears breaks it down with I Think.

  • Runners Take to Des Moines for Annual Marathon

    DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Sunday’s cool temperatures were welcome for athletes running in the IMT Des Moines Marathon. “It was way better than last year. Last year we had the humidity and very hot, but it was good. I thought it was one of the better ones. It was cooler in the morning and allowed better conditions for running,” said participant Scott Atkinson. The marathon began at 8 a.m. on Sunday. Luke Kibet from Kenya won the race and the $2,500 grand […]

  • Two Killed in Crash After Driver Travels Wrong Way on I-35

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa  —  Two people are dead following a crash on Interstate 35 in West Des Moines on Sunday morning. West Des Moines police say the incident happened around 2 a.m. Officials say a vehicle driven by 49-year-old Monte Johnson of Hartford was traveling south in the northbound lanes and collided with another vehicle driven by 32-year-old Nripin Chinni of West Des Moines. Both drivers were killed in the crash. Durga Papina, a 27-year-old West Des Moines resident, was […]