The latest local news headlines from KCCI News 8.
Drake University students are using a class project called Safe Lanes Drake to bring bike lanes to a busy neighborhood.
The woman got the opportunity Saturday to hunt turkey as part of the Wheelin' Sportsman Hunt.
Authorities have identified the man who was found dead in Little Wall Lake on Friday.
BMW says it has been notified of one minor injury linked to the defect.
A lawsuit accused the city of failing to address the main sewer system, despite years of complaints.
Authorities said the man held a woman against her will at knifepoint.
Two men have died in separate crashes on northeastern Iowa roads.
The Coralville man who sparked an Amber Alert last month is now speaking out.
Police said the suspect also urinated and defecated on sporting equipment inside the building.
Officers shot and killed a dog after it reportedly attacked two people.
A 70,000-square-foot project is close to completion in Des Moines after buildings in the lot on the corner of MLK Jr. Parkway and Southwest Third Street have been empty for years.
The Mayor is doing "well" doctors report.
The shooting was ruled as justified. The city paid the family $225,000 in a settlement.
Crews found the man dead in a lake Friday afternoon.
Henry Rayhons testified in his own defense Friday.
The board also approved an additional $19.8 million in tax refunds for Google.
They will go into effect this year.
One witness reported he thought his house had been hit.
The annual event is set for 4-7 p.m.
Crews ran identification tests on the powder.