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  • Massive West Des Moines Sports Complex Project Gets $5M Donation

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Work is scheduled to begin this fall and now we have our first look at a new indoor sports complex planned in West Des Moines. Thanks to a $5 million donation, the new facility will be called the MidAmerican Energy Company Recplex. It will be built along Grand Avenue near the DMACC West campus. The facility will feature two ice hockey rinks, three indoor basketball courts, three indoor soccer fields, along with five outdoor soccer […]

  • Iowa’s Scores on ACT Test are Falling

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa is seeing falling scores on the ACT test. The standardized exam is used to measure the readiness of students for college. This year the statewide average is 21.8 out of a possible high score of 36. The average has fallen slightly every year since 2016. The test is usually taken by high school juniors and is used for college admission. Students struggled most with math and English. This year, 70-percent of students met the benchmark […]

  • Reynolds, Hubbell Face Off in First Gubernatorial Debate

    ANKENY, Iowa — Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds and Democrat challenger Fred Hubbell faced off in their first debate Wednesday night. The hour-long debate at DMACC in Ankeny brought many back and forth moments. Hubbell: “So you’re going to take contributions from the managed care organizations.” Reynolds: “I’m transparent with the contributions that I’m taking. Why don’t you release your tax statements so Iowans can see maybe what you’re hiding or you’re embarrassed of.” Hubbell: “I think the governor is questioning […]

  • 50-Year-Old Time Capsule Opened at Des Moines Post Office

    DES MOINES, Iowa —  Today the US Postal Service in Des Moines took a glimpse back into its past. Wednesday morning a time capsule sealed in the Main Post Office building 50 years ago was re-opened according to the instructions left behind by the former post master in 1968.  Inside the capsule they found plenty of newspapers from around the area along with historic photos and records.  Nothing too valuable was inside except for a two dollar bill and a fifty cent piece. […]

  • Firefighters Assist in Arrest of Man Barricaded Inside Apartment

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Police in Des Moines needed help from firefighters to arrest a man barricaded inside his apartment Tuesday. They were called to an apartment complex on Twana Drive on a report of a man making threats. Police say the man used a couch and table to block his front door. They say the suspect also filled his oven with papers sending smoke through the apartment. Once firefighters cleared the smoke, police arrested the man without any further […]

  • Rep. Loebsack Pulls Out of Second District Debate

    DAVENPORT, Iowa — Congressman Dave Loebsack says he will not attend a Second District debate scheduled for this weekend. Loebsack and Republican challenger Chris Peters were supposed to debate this Saturday in Davenport. On Sunday Loebsack decided he would not take part because Libertarian candidate Mark Strauss was not included. Loebsack had no objection to Daniel Clark being excluded from the debate. Clark is the Independent candidate on the ballot in the Second District. With the debate now canceled, Peters’ […]

  • First Iowa Medical Marijuana Dispensary to Unveil Products

    DES MOINES, Iowa — In less than two months, some Iowans will have access to medical marijuana. Medpharm Iowa will begin selling its products on December 1st. The company is the state’s first medical cannabis manufacturer and dispensary. Medpharm is scheduled to unveil its products and give an update on the manufacturing process Wednesday. The marijuana program likely won’t expand beyond medical use. Both the Republican and Democrat gubernatorial candidates oppose recreational use.

  • Mike Pence Visiting Des Moines Friday

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Last week President Donald Trump visited Iowa and now the vice president has announced a trip to the Hawkeye state. Vice President Mike Pence will campaign for Congressman David Young on Friday in Des Moines. The two will appear at a “Get Out the Vote” rally at the Holiday Inn on Fleur Drive at 1:45 p.m. The rally is open to the public.

  • Donation to Help Rejuvenate Evelyn K. Davis Park

    DES MOINES, Iowa — A Des Moines neighborhood park is getting a much-needed makeover. The William C. Knapp Charitable Foundation has donated $75,000 to rejuvenate Evelyn K. Davis Park. The money will be used to replace the park`s 20-year-old playground equipment. The old equipment is already gone. The foundation will also volunteer manpower and supplies to repaint the shelter and bathrooms. Leaders will celebrate the project Wednesday at noon with the community. There will be a complimentary hot dog lunch, […]

  • West Virginia’s Holgorsen Upset with ISU Fans Storming Field

    Iowa State upset 6th ranked West Virginia Saturday night 30-14.  When the final second ticked off fans stormed the field to celebrate with the team. West Virginia Head Coach Dana Holgorsen does not think Jack Trice Stadium staff did enough to protect his players.  Holgorsen called the storming ‘unprofessional.’

  • Drake Women Ready for Another Big Season

    DES MOINES – The Drake women have won 40 straight regular season conference basketball games.  It’s been 2 1/2 years since their last loss. The Bulldogs return everyone from last season and are once again the heavy favorites to repeat as conference champs.