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    Flu Shots On-Demand from Uber Thursday

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Metro Uber drivers will do more than get you from point A to point B Thursday. They’ll also help you protect against the flu. People will be able to use the Uber app to call for a flu shot. A nurse will travel to homes or offices to administer the vaccine. Uber expects to deliver about 10,000 flu shots. The fee is $10 and you can get up to ten shots in each stop.

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    Arraignment Thursday for Former Officer Charged with Theft

    DES MOINES, Iowa — A former Des Moines police officer accused of stealing from his co-workers is scheduled to be in court Thursday. Tarry Pote is facing four theft charges and his arraignment is scheduled for Thursday morning. He resigned from the department in January after police say he was caught spying on a female officer showering in the police gym. Then investigators say they discovered he took at least $10,000 from the gym fund. The money was supposed to […]

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    Farm Bureau Working To Remove Water Rule

    The American Farm Bureau Federation is working with more than ten partners in litigation against the Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the U.S. rule. Its focus is a two pronged approach: the first is already in action in the courts and the second is getting legislators to overturn the rule. President Obama says he would veto stand alone legislation. Iowa Senator Joni Ernst headed the a Joint Resolution of Disapproval that would end the rule.. that passed in a bipartisan […]

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    Cyclone Insider: The Future of Paul Rhoads as Iowa State Head Coach

    AMES, Iowa — Paul Rhoads is the latest in a long line of Iowa State Football coaches to learn a cold hard truth. Winning isn’t easy. Cyclone Insider John Sears has more on Rhoads’ future with Iowa State.

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    Breaking Down Obesity Numbers

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Adults, children, it doesn’t seem to matter. A lot of Americans weigh more than they know they probably should. The numbers help tell this story. Lynn Melling breaks them down.

  • Ames Man Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder For Shooting in 2013

    Ames Man Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder For Shooting in 2013

    POMEROY, Iowa – A man has been found guilty in a deadly shooting nearly two years ago. Leigh Lepon of Ames was originally charged with first degree murder in the death of Devlin Lockman. Lockman was shot to death in Ames in December of 2013. Initially officials said the shooting was accidental. Lepon was charged months later, and is guilty of second-degree murder.

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    Politico Hosts Discussion in Des Moines

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Politico hosted a discussion on politics and economic policy in the metro Wednesday afternoon. The panel included political insiders and campaign advisers. The Politico Caucus also offered a variety of perspectives on the economy and the election. Their polls show that voters are still waiting to hear how the presidential candidates plan to grow the economy and address income inequality. “Caucus goers on both the Democratic and Republican side don’t really care about which candidate is […]

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    Arrest Made in Pomeroy Homicide Case

    POMEROY, Iowa – A Pomeroy man has been arrested in a homicide investigation. According to the Calhoun County Attorney’s Office, authorities have arrested 48-year-old Freddy Crisp and charged him with first-degree murder in the death of Dale Currie of Devil’s Lake, North Dakota, on Nov. 10. Crisp has been taken to the Sac County Jail and no bond has been established at this time.

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    Iowa Governor Joins EPA Lawsuit

    Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is now a part of a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency’s controversial Waters of the U.S. rule. In a release on Monday, Branstad announced he was joining the U.S. District Court of North Dakota in support of 13 other states. Nationally, governors or attorneys general from more than 31 states have taken action against WOTUS. Branstad says the new water rule would impose significant barriers and impair Iowa’s ability to advance water quality practices and […]

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    Hearing for Accused Waukee Murderer Wednesday

    ADEL, Iowa — A Waukee man accused of a deadly shooting is scheduled to be in court Wednesday. Forty-two-year-old Brendan McGuinness is facing first degree murder charges. Police say he fatally shot 41-year-old Gino Risola on the morning of November 7th. They say it happened as Risola returned home with his wife. McGuinness’ preliminary hearing in the case is being held Wednesday. He is being held in the Dallas County Jail on a $1 million bond.

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    Soybean Production Breaks National Records

    Nationally records are also set to be broken, soybean production looks to be the highest ever at 3.98 billion bushels and its 48.3 bushel per acre yield is also a record. Corn is predicted to be the third largest production on record and yields are the second highest. The November Crop Production report from the USDA Natural Agricultural Statistics Service has a small margin of error on average, it’s about 100 million bushels give or take for corn and 40 […]

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    Hawkeyes Ground Control

    IOWA CITY—Iowa is the first team in 18 years to have three different running backs go for 195 yards in at least one game. Channel 13’s Michael Admire reports.


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