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1 person shot near Southridge Mall on Monday afternoon

DES MOINES, IOWA — Des Moines Police are investigating a shooting that injured one person on Monday afternoon on the south side of the city. It happened near DMACC at Southridge Mall around 3:00 pm, but police say no students were involved. Police say the victim was walking north...
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Iowa woman charged after 9-month-old son drowns in bathtub

DES MOINES, Iowa (TCD) -- A 31-year-old mother was arrested and charged in connection with the drowning death of her 9-month-old son. According to WOI-TV, on June 16, Twyla Schiebel left her baby in the bathtub in a seat with no safety belt. She reportedly went to another room to read to her 9-year-old child, and when she returned, the infant was lying down with his face underwater.
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Beloved Ankeny teacher in critical condition after accident

ANKENY, Iowa — Greg Lage, a beloved teacher and coach at Ankeny High, is fighting for survival after a serious biking accident in Des Moines early Saturday morning. His wife, Mindy Myers-Lage, says her husband could have died but for two police officers who found him bleeding and unconscious near Birdland Marina.
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2 in critical condition following two-vehicle crash on Douglas Avenue

DES MOINES, Iowa — Two people are in critical condition following ahigh-impact crash involving two vehicles along Douglas Avenue Sunday. One of those cars crashed into a house. According to police, a Toyota Avalon driven by a 17-year-old was southbound on 54th Street. Witnesses say the 17-year-old was traveling...
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West Des Moines man allegedly stabs Carlisle man, assaults woman

A West Des Moines man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly stabbed a Carlisle man with a 14-inch knife and assaulted and threatened to kill the mother of his own children. Abdul Rub Jalali, 55, of 2105 S.E. First St., West Des Moines, was charged with attempted murder, willful injury causing bodily injury, domestic abuse assault-use or display a weapon and first-degree harassment.
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Marion County Sheriff’s Report 10/3/22

IN THE PAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS MARION COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES RESPONDED TO 19 CALLS FOR SERVICE INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: FOUR ACCIDENTS, FOUR SUSPICIOUS PERSONS, THREE DOMESTICS, TWO RECKLESS DRIVERS, ONE RESCUE, ONE THEFT, ONE MOTORIST ASSIST, ONE DISPUTE, AND TWO OTHER CALLS. IN THE PAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS THE...
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Indianola Public Library Trunk or Treat October 31st

The annual Indianola Public Library Trunk or Treat event hosted by the Indianola Public Library takes place later this month, with city departments offering decorations and treats, and a dinner of hot dogs provided. Janis Comer with the library tells KNIA News the library is thrilled to have kids and families back at the library, and voting on who will win the coveted “Silver Pumpkin Award” between the various city departments decorating their equipment. The Trunk or Treat will be in the library parking lot from 5:30 to 6:30pm on Monday, October 31st.
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Nurse with history of working while impaired keeps her license

An Iowa nurse who has faced a series of criminal and licensing-board charges related to alcohol will be allowed the keep her license, the Iowa Board of Nursing has ruled. In March 2018, Taylor Gill, 29, of Bondurant, was allegedly working at a long-term care facility when it was noticed that her speech was slurred, […] The post Nurse with history of working while impaired keeps her license appeared first on Iowa Capital Dispatch.
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October 19th is National Support Your Local Chamber of Commerce Day

October 19th is National Support Your Local Chamber of Commerce Day, a day set aside once each year to spread awareness about local businesses and to convey gratitude to local chambers for supporting the growth of entrepreneurs and local businesses. Brenda Easter with the Indianola Chamber tells KNIA News the chamber is proud to be a significant part of the community.
INDIANOLA, IA
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West Des Moines man accused of stealing from ‘older’ person

A West Des Moines man was arrested Sunday on a Dallas County warrant in connection with an alleged ongoing scheme to steal from and defraud an elderly person. Alan Steven Kessler, 68, of 8720 Cody Dr., West Des Moines, was arrested on a warrant for first-degree theft, ongoing criminal conduct and securities fraud.
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Warren County Supervisors to Host Discussion on Administration Building

The Warren County Board of Supervisors meet in regular session today. The board will have a pair of public hearings on amending the county ordinances regarding floodplains and a paving waiver request. The board will also hold a discussion regarding the administration building, a request for additional full-time staff in the IT Department, maintenance and inventory software and maintenance projects, and consider revisions to the Warren County Utility Permit process. The meeting begins at 9:30am in the boardroom of the Warren County Administration Building.
WARREN COUNTY, IA

One seriously injured in early morning stabbing in Iowa

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — One person was seriously injured after being stabbed at a West Des Moines residence Sunday morning. Officers with the West Des Moines Police Department responded to a disturbance call in the 6100 block of Vista Drive around 12 a.m. When officers arrived they found a male who had been stabbed […]
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Close Up: The future of Des Moines' Market District

DES MOINES, Iowa — On this week of Close Up, we take a look at the future of Des Moines' Market District. A new food pantry was opened by the Des Moines Area Religious Council as the need for food assistance rises. Des Moines Public Schools starts a program...
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