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  • Motorcyclist Killed in Crash in Ames

    AMES, Iowa — Police are investigating a crash that killed a motorcyclist in Ames Sunday afternoon. At 4:44 p.m., police were called to a crash involving a motorcycle and a vehicle at the intersection of South Duff and South 2nd Street in Ames. The motorcyclist, 29-year-old Kyle Crozier of Des Moines, was taken to Mary Greeley Medical Center and later died from his injuries. The driver of the other vehicle was 27-year-old Robert Fink of Ames. No charges have been […]

  • Police: Body Found in Marshalltown Could be Missing Woman

    MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — Marshalltown police have located a body that they say could be that of a missing Mason City woman. Shortly after 9 a.m. Monday, the Marshalltown Police Department received a report of a body discovered in a farm field east of the Walmart at the 2800 block of South Center Street. When police arrived, they found what they believe to be a woman’s body. Police have not identified the body, and they will determine the cause of death […]

  • Des Moines Police Investigating Homicide Sunday Night

    DES MOINES, Iowa — One person is dead from a homicide Sunday night, according to Des Moines police. Around 8:39 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to multiple calls reporting gunfire in the 1700 block of East 12th Street. Several minutes later, officers responded to a report of a gunshot victim at Mercy Hospital. Staff reported a victim arrived by private vehicle to the hospital. Police say the victim has since died. Police believe the victim at Mercy Hospital was shot in […]

  • Glenwood Boil Advisory Lifted, Water Safe to Consume

    GLENWOOD, Iowa — The boil advisory in place for Glenwood has now been lifted and water is safe to drink again, announced the Iowa DNR Saturday. The boil advisory had been in place for nearly the past month after flooding shut down the water treatment plant. The Iowa DNR worked alongside Glenwood city officials and the Iowa Rural Water Association to collect and analyze water in the city’s treatment system. According to the Iowa DNR, samples collected throughout the community […]

  • Two Suspects Charged With Attempted Murder in Johnston Shooting

    JOHNSTON, Iowa — Johnston police arrested two suspects who have been charged with attempted murder in connection to a shooting that left one man injured. Police arrested 19-year-old Tyron Izaiah Cratty and 20-year-old Madalynn Marie Perez, both of Des Moines. They were taken into custody at 1:15 a.m. Saturday on material witness arrest warrants. Cratty and Perez have both been charged with attempted murder, first-degree robbery, willful injury causing serious injury and going armed with intent. Johnston police responded to […]

  • Car Crashes Through Building in Downtown Des Moines

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Police are investigating a crash after a car smashed through a building in downtown Des Moines. The incident happened at 221 Park Street Friday afternoon. Police say a woman driving the car lost control and slammed through the side of the Master Builders of Iowa building. According to police, the woman driving the car and a male passenger both suffered minor injuries. No one inside the building was injured. Witnesses reported the car swerving and then […]

  • Police Make Arrest in Connection to Homicide of 18-Year-Old Woman

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — West Des Moines police announced an arrest Monday made in connection to the death of an 18-year-old woman. Police charged 17-year-old Eliazar Montoya Gama of Des Moines with one count of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree robbery. The arrest was made in the connection to the homicide of 18-year-old Sakira Kezia Tamara Bonner. Police said the investigation identified Gama as a person of interested, and he was later located by Des Moines police. West […]

  • Fight for Air Climb in Des Moines Raises Over $330,000 to Fight Lung Disease

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Over 1,300 people climbed stairs in some of Des Moines’ tallest buildings to raise money for lung cancer research and local programs to help Iowans with lung disease. The American Lung Association says this year’s Fight For Air Climb event raised $332,886. The organization says that money will go toward raising awareness for lung disease, funding research and programs to help local children better manage their asthma as well as programs to help people quit smoking. […]

  • Fred Hoiberg Named Head Basketball Coach at Nebraska

    LINCOLN, Nebraska — It’s official: Fred Hoiberg is the new men’s basketball coach at the University of Nebraska. The university announced the hiring Saturday in a press release, saying athletic director Bill Moos will officially introduce Hoiberg as head coach at a press conference in Lincoln on Tuesday. Nebraska and Hoiberg agreed to a 7-year deal worth $25 million. That will make Hoiberg the third highest paid coach in the Big Ten and the 11th highest paid in the country. […]

  • Iowa Women Take Down Missouri, Advance to Sweet 16

    IOWA CITY, Iowa — Iowa pulled away from Missouri in the fourth quarter to win 68-52 and advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA basketball tournament. Iowa received another dominant performance from Megan Gustafson. She scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed 19 rebounds. Makenzie Meyer scored 18 points and Kathleen Doyle added 15 for the Hawkeyes. Iowa won behind a strong shooting effort, making 52 percent overall from the field. Missouri kept the game close, only trailing 33-29 […]

  • Iowa Overcomes 25-Point Deficit, But Falls to Tennessee in OT of NCAA Tournament

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Iowa roared back from a 25-point deficit, but the comeback was not enough to get past Tennessee, falling to the Volunteers 83-77 in overtime of the NCAA tournament. Just like Iowa’s first-round match up against Cincinnati, the Hawkeyes got off to a slow start in the game. Iowa shot just 32 percent overall in the first half, and Tennessee led by as much as 25 points. Tennessee dominated Iowa in the paint, outscoring them 24-8 in the […]

  • Iowa State Routs New Mexico State 97-61 in NCAA Tournament

    AMES, Iowa — Iowa State cruised to a 97-61 win over New Mexico State to advance to the second round of the NCAA basketball tournament. Bridget Carleton scored a game-high 23 points for the Cyclones, while Alexa Middleton scored 15 points and Ashley Joens had 14. The 3-seed Cyclones were playing in front of a home crowd in Hilton Coliseum against 14-seed New Mexico State, who were the Western Athletic Conference champions. New Mexico State kept the game close in […]

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