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Man in phony AIDS research case seeks trail delay

A former Iowa State University researcher charged with falsifying data to make a developmental AIDS vaccine appear promising is seeking the third trial delay is as many months. The attorney for Dong-Pyou Han says in court documents filed Thursday he's…

posted 2014-10-16 14:06:09 by KXEL

Mason City opts for voluntary no smoking effort

Mason City officials are asking people not to smoke at public playgrounds in the city but have decided to make compliance voluntary. The Mason City Parks and Recreation Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution urging people not to smoke…

posted 2014-10-16 12:02:54 by KXEL

Davenport high school team wins MIT grant

A $10,000 grant will help a team of Davenport West High School students develop a bracelet designed to alert a parent when a child is overheating in a car. On Wednesday, the Lemelson-Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced the 13-member student…

posted 2014-10-16 12:01:37 by KXEL

Woodbury County jail lawsuit settlement OK'd

The Woodbury County Board has agreed to settle a woman's lawsuit over what she said was mistreatment at the county jail. The board approved the settlement on Tuesday.  The county will pay Nicole Clay $15,000, and Sioux City will pay…

posted 2014-10-16 08:35:22 by KXEL


Neighbors near Lake Manawa concerned about camping

Neighbors in an area near Lake Manawa in Council Bluffs are concerned about camping and other issues near the lake. About 80 people gathered at Bass Pro Shops to learn about two renovation projects by the Iowa Department of Natural…

posted 2014-10-15 11:17:41 by KXEL

2 people injured in Le Mars fire

Authorities say two people were sent to a hospital after a fire damaged a house containing two apartments in the northwest Iowa city of Le Mars. The fire was reported a little after 11:45 p.m. Monday.  Fire officials say 10…

posted 2014-10-15 08:45:12 by KXEL


Spencer residents celebrating historic status

Residents of the northwest Iowa city of Spencer are celebrating the designation of Grand Avenue to the National Register of Historic Places. The Grand Avenue Improvement Corporation on Monday unveiled one of three plaques that will mark North Grand Avenue…

posted 2014-10-14 14:21:18 by KXEL

Iowa minimum-security inmates move to lockup unit

Inmates in a minimum-security prison at the Iowa State Penitentiary complex are moving down the road to a unit originally designed for the state's most dangerous offenders. More than 170 inmates from the John Bennett Unit in Fort Madison boarded…

posted 2014-10-14 11:57:50 by KXEL

Clear Lake motel owner wants tenants evicted

The owner of a Clear Lake motel is in a dispute with long-term residents over their attempted eviction. Silver Boot Motel owner Ted Christensen says he's trying to sell the property while residents say they have paid rent and should…

posted 2014-10-14 08:32:48 by KXEL

Iowa Supreme Court to hear traffic camera case

The Iowa Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday that Sioux City's ordinance on traffic cameras is unconstitutional. Michael Jacobsma challenged the ordinance after a traffic camera recorded his vehicle speeding in August 2012 and he was ticketed.  He…

posted 2014-10-14 07:44:07 by KXEL

Iowan drops appeal of bullying lawsuit dismissal

A woman has dismissed her Iowa Supreme Court appeal of her bullying lawsuit against the Mason City school district. Heather Conti had filed the lawsuit in June 2012 on behalf of her teenage daughter.  The lawsuit says that during the…

posted 2014-10-14 05:58:39 by KXEL

Fort Dodge man pleads guilty in August shooting

A Fort Dodge teenager has taken a plea deal after a drive-by shooting. Xavier Rhone pleaded guilty Monday to going armed with intent.  Charges of carrying weapons, fourth-degree criminal mischief and assault were dropped. The 18-year-old Rhone says in August…

posted 2014-10-14 05:20:18 by KXEL