The latest local news headlines from KCCI News 8.
Here's an update on the timing for storms Tuesday.
Police said the driver of the pickup truck is the one who called 911.
Losses could be anywhere from $500 million to a $1 billion.
Branstad also had a few things to say about Donald Trump's recent controversy.
Bob Anderson brought worldwide attention to eagles nesting in Iowa.
A magnitude 4.0 and 4.5 were reported.
Yes, it's already time for back to school sales and deals.
A university spokeswoman says the school will cooperate with the investigation.
Rival grocery chains have been combining and merging especially the last couple of years.
The board will discuss the increase next week.
Charges have now been filed in the case.
I-235 is the busiest interstate in Iowa.
The bag with $150,000 was left behind by the two ATM workers.
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Authorities have arrested two people for an illegal fireworks manufacturing operation at their home.
Iowa's labor commissioner says a plan to raise the minimum wage in an Iowa county would be unlawful.
Authorities say a 58-year-old Iowa man tried to rescue his son who was overcome by fumes in a hog manure pit, but both men later died.
The Des Moines Police Department wants new cameras in their squad cars and a body camera for every uniformed officer.
A major rain delay at Principal Park brought the Iowa High School State Baseball Tournament to a grinding, soggy halt Monday.
The wet weather could be a big blow to the upcoming two-day Hinterland Music Festival this weekend, however organizers say the shows will go on.