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Polk County motorcycle crash leaves one dead

POLK COUNTY, Iowa — A motorcycle crash resulted in the death of one individual late Saturday night. The Iowa State Patrol responded to a crash around 10:21 p.m. at the intersection of NW Beaver Drive and NW 70th Ave. in Johnston. According to Iowa State Patrol, the driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee, Makenna Kathleen […]
POLK COUNTY, IA
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Reynolds appoints campaign donor to Iowa Board of Regents

Gov. Kim Reynolds appointed Des Moines area businessman James “JC” Risewick to the Iowa Board of Regents Friday. Risewick is the president and chief operating officer of his family business, Seneca Companies, which specializes in petroleum dispensing and design solutions for gas stations. “I’m thankful that the Governor...
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Timothy Hamman, 86, of Perry

Services for Timothy Hamman, 86, of Perry will be held 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at Hastings Funeral Home in Perry. Visitation will start one hour prior to the service. Hastings Funeral Home in Perry is in charge of arrangements. Tim is survived by his sister Florence Sitterlee...
PERRY, IA
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Top 2023 basketball prospect Omaha Biliew returning to Waukee

Top 2023 high school basketball prospect, Omaha Biliew, is returning to Waukee. KCCI confirmed with Waukee AD Eric Boyle that Biliew has moved back to Waukee and communicated his intentions to finish his high school career at Waukee High School. Biliew played basketball last season at the Link Academy in...
WAUKEE, IA
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We Won't Go Back rally turns focus toward upcoming elections

DES MOINES, Iowa — Days after the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, protestors gathered outside of Des Moines City Hall to turn their focus to the November elections. Protestors gathered to call for abortion rights to be codified into federal law and to voice concerns that...
DES MOINES, IA
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Timothy Hamman of Perry

Services for Timothy Hamman, 86, of Perry will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 29 at Hastings Funeral Home in Perry. Visitation will start one hour prior to the service. Tim died June 24, 2022, at the Kings Garden Campus in Perry, Iowa. Tim is survived by his sister,...
PERRY, IA
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Des Moines Arts Festival celebrates 25 years

DES MOINES, IA — The Des Moines Arts Festival is back this weekend, celebrating it’s 25 year anniversary. The festival is down at Western Gateway Park and runs through Sunday. There are hundreds of artists, live music, food and beverage vendors and activities for families to enjoy. The event is completely free to attend. “We […]
DES MOINES, IA
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City of Indianola Public Parking Areas

With several streets on the downtown Indianola square due to the Square Reconstruction Project, the City of Indianola wants to highlight the public parking areas for residents to continue to enjoy the businesses in the downtown area. Over three-hundred stalls are within two minutes of walking distance to the square, find a full map of all available parking above.
INDIANOLA, IA
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Perry Police Report June 26

To view a log of the calls for service, click here. Jeremiah Matthew Messner, 31, of 1319 Second St., Perry, was arrested on a Perry Police Department warrant for criminal mischief. Officers received a report of harassment in the 100 block of Pattee Street. June 25, 2022. No activity reported.
PERRY, IA

Car crashes into Mexican restaurant in Des Moines

DES MOINES, Iowa — A car crashed into a Mexican restaurant building in Des Moines on Friday afternoon. The Des Moines Police Department responded to a crash at the intersection of Indianola Ave. and East Hillside Ave. at around 2:30 p.m. Law enforcement said the male driver was heading northbound at a high-rate of speed. […]
DES MOINES, IA
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Stuart Chamber Hosting Meeting In Preparation For RVTV

The Stuart Chamber of Commerce is hosting meetings to plan and prepare for the upcoming RVTV that happens in September. Chamber President Ryan Morrison explains RVTV celebrates the annual Iowa/Iowa State Cy-Hawk football game by traveling around the state leading up to the game and creating a tailgate-like atmosphere. Morrison says they are in the beginning stages of planning the event but they want input from everyone in the community.
STUART, IA
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Informer: Not all Subway locations accept coupons

We received Subway coupons in the mail and took them to our local restaurant to buy our grandson a sandwich. When we got there, this particular restaurant wouldn’t take our coupons, which had not expired. Aren’t the Subway restaurants supposed to take the coupons?. Not all of them...
DES MOINES, IA
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DCH community benefits at $800,000, wages top $12 million in 2021

A study by the Iowa Hospital Association (IHA) found that in 2021 Dallas County Hospital provided more than $814,507 in total community benefits and served more than 300 people through charity care and bad debt. The study also found that Dallas County Hospital employed more than 225 people and provided...
DALLAS COUNTY, IA
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West Des Moines allegedly molested step-daughter for seven years

A West Des Moines man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexually abusing his step-daughter for half her life. Dimas Ernesto Mendez Mayorga, 34, of 4213 Plymouth Dr., West Des Moines, was charged with second-degree sexual abuse. The alleged crimes occurred between August 2014 and April 2022 in the 9000...
WEST DES MOINES, IA
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Twin Cedars Baseball And Softball Battle SE Warren On Monday

A morning thunderstorm washed away any chance for the class 1A #7 Twin Cedars Softball Squad to get more significant wins on Saturday as the Pella Christian Invitational was canceled. The Sabers were scheduled to play the host Eagles and Des Moines Christian. On Friday the Sabers learned they have the #1 seed in class 1A Region eight and will meet the winner between Tri-County and Keota on July 6th. Meanwhile, the Sabers still need to finish out the season and will take on class 1A number five Southeast Warren. On the baseball field, the Sabers are seeing progress all around. Coach Mark Schroeder tells KNIA/KRLS Sports while they are still making outs, they are hitting line drives and hard outs rather than soft grounders of pop ups.
PELLA, IA
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