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Greenfield school district apologizes to students

School officials have issued an apology to victims of a 2011 hazing incident at a Greenfield high school. The apology came as part of a settlement Tuesday from the incident in the high school's wrestling room. Two students were originally…

posted 2014-11-19 08:48:17 by KXEL

Owner of dog killed in trap won't sue city

A woman whose dog was killed by a trap set in a Davenport park says she has no intention of suing the city. Leah Masterson says that she called the trapper to tell him she understands that he did not…

posted 2014-11-19 08:14:24 by KXEL

Fire causes evacuation at Council Bluffs school

Council Bluffs authorities are investigating a fire that led to the evacuation of an area high school. No injuries were reported after the fire at Abraham Lincoln High School on Tuesday.  Council Bluffs Fire Marshal Larry Wohlers says someone intentionally…

posted 2014-11-19 06:27:44 by KXEL

Iowa agency wants $2,000 for prison rape records

The Iowa Public Information Board's leader says it's OK for an agency to charge more than $2,000 for access to mandatory reports about sexual violence in Iowa prisons. Executive director Keith Luchtel said the charge by the Iowa Department of…

posted 2014-11-19 04:31:49 by KXEL


Police investigate deaths of 2 found in Fairfield motel

Authorities say they're investigating the deaths of two people found in a motel room in southeast Iowa. Fairfield police say 20-year-old Alexandra Higdon and 24-year-old Casey Griffin were found unconscious Sunday morning at a Super 8 motel room.  They were…

posted 2014-11-18 17:44:08 by KXEL

Prosecutors want ex-lawmaker's sex abuse trial moved

Prosecutors have made the rare move of seeking a change in venue in the trial of a former state lawmaker accused of sexual abuse. Former state Rep. Henry Rayhons of Garner is charged with third-degree sexual abuse and has pleaded…

posted 2014-11-18 14:49:57 by KXEL

Officials: 8 students injured in Wapello bus crash

Authorities say eight students have been injured following a school bus crash in southeast Iowa. The Louisa County Sheriff's Office says the school bus exited a county road Tuesday morning after the driver lost control of the vehicle.  The bus…

posted 2014-11-18 14:48:00 by KXEL

Trial proceedings begin in Council Bluffs shooting case

Trial proceedings have begun in the case of a southwest Iowa man accused of shooting a woman to death. Jury selection began Tuesday morning at the Pottawattamie County Courthouse in the trial of 63-year-old Robert Reynolds. Reynolds is charged with…

posted 2014-11-18 12:33:02 by KXEL

Des Moines officials denies YMCA landmark status

The City Council has denied landmark status to the YMCA building in downtown Des Moines, meaning it likely the brick building on the riverfront will soon be demolished. The council voted Monday to not approve the historic designation. Councilman Chris…

posted 2014-11-18 12:31:09 by KXEL

Authorities say woman 'bumped' by train in Sioux City

Authorities say a woman who was "bumped" by a train in Sioux City has been hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. Sioux City police Lt. Rex Mueller says the woman stepped onto tracks Monday as a train was approaching.  The engineer was…

posted 2014-11-18 11:31:55 by KXEL

County inmates in Sioux City lose cable TV

Inmates at the Woodbury County Jail in northwest Iowa will have to survive without cable television. Sheriff Dave Drew says Cable One had provided free cable service to the jail for 24 years.  But he says the company has decided…

posted 2014-11-18 09:09:52 by KXEL

Officials say city worker set Davenport park traps

Davenport officials have acknowledged that it was a city employee who set up a trap in a park that led to a dog's death. A seasonal employee, who worked for the Parks & Recreation Department, was asked to set up…

posted 2014-11-18 09:08:15 by KXEL