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Leslie Reeves was found dead on Thanksgiving, shot in the head execution-style. The man she'd been on a date with also was shot but survived.
The court filing accused the lead FBI investigator of "anti-Muslim" and "anti-Arab" bias that might have led to "hostility" toward Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, who has worked to help religious minorities in the Middle East.
Patricia I. Brinkman, 78, died after a pickup traveling above the speed limit collided with her stopped car at 144th Street and Eldorado Drive, according to Omaha Police Department.
Wednesday’s Davenport City Council agenda includes a resolution opposing any plans to redevelop the site at West Fourth and Warren streets for a new, larger Scott County Juvenile Detention Center.
The man was airlifted by helicopter to a St. Louis hospital, and was conscious and talking when he was pulled out of the trench.
DES MOINES — Lodging providers in Iowa will be required to have all their employees successfully complete certified human trafficking prevention training in order to receive public funds as payment for services under a new law that takes effect Jan. 1, state officials said Monday.
Jamie Novak was killed and Jacob Slayden was injured when they were involved in a crash on their way to work.
A total of 4,070 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Indiana Tuesday, according to the Indiana Department of Health. It's the first time the state's daily case count has exceeded 4,000 since Sept. 16.
Republican legislative leaders are backing off plans to hastily enact a new Indiana law limiting COVID-19 vaccine requirements at private businesses.