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Smoke started rolling throughout the 19-story downtown building early Saturday and injured five firefighters.
Officials said she was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
A trial date has been set for a man accused of killing torturing and killing a dog, then leaving his infant daughter alone in the house.
The man was killed Thursday night when he left the roadway and was thrown from his motorcycle.
A learning and support center for families impacted by Down syndrome will open its doors next week.
George Flagg Parkway remains closed Saturday from Southwest 30th Street to Park Avenue due to flooding along the Raccoon River.
The family of an elderly Iowa woman who died this week is suing the nursing home where she lived, saying it left the woman naked and soiled on the floor of an unfurnished room.
The project has been named one of North America's top 100 infrastructure projects by CG/LA Infrastructure
A man caught downloading more than 3,000 images of child pornography over seven years has pleaded guilty to a charge in federal court.
Officials say a Polk County inmate found hanging and unconscious in a cell last week has died.
A man employed by the school district in Montezuma has been accused of sexually abusing two minors in 2012.
A couple told police that they found marijuana on their burger in April.
The announcement was just made this morning.
The man was charged with multiple counts of third-degree sexual abuse.
He has been with the city for 38 years.
A flood warning is in place on the Raccoon River.
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Fleur, MLK Parkway, Park Avenue and more will be affected.
The check was conducted on Wednesday.
The agribusiness owned by Board of Regents President Bruce Rastetter was awarded $480,000 in no-interest loans from an Iowa State University-run program months after he joined the school's governing board.