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Thursday marks one year since the bodies of Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook Morrissey were found in a Bremer County park, about 20 miles from where they were abducted.
A gunman fired shots at police and bystanders on Des Moines’ southside Wednesday just after 3 p.m at 1018 Creston Ave.
The man was taken into custody and transported to a hospital.
The crash remains under investigation.
The case is expected to be moved to adult court.
It's the third such evacuation in the last couple of months.
The freeze is contingent on the schools receiving a 4 percent general funding increase from lawmakers next year.
A trooper says the shooter could have been a half mile away at the time.
Computers and other materials were seized.
The man is now facing federal charges in the case.
The vehicle crossed the center line and hit a southbound semitrailer, officials say.
Fetters has terminal cancer and will be moved to hospice.
Sather succeeds Paul Fredericksen who retired last month.
The park could double recreation space in the area near downtown.
The killings happened last year in Des Moines.
A Water Works committee announced Tuesday that it is recommending keeping fluoride in the drinking water system at current levels.
Dense fog over much of central Iowa is causing a travel headache Wednesday morning.
Iowa lands nearly last place on a list ranking the safest states for teen drivers.
The lawsuit alleged retaliation in violation of public policy, infliction of emotional distress, sexual harassment and a hostile work environment.
Farmers growing food to sell locally are increasingly finding willing customers to buy their products.