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Iowa Woman Wakes From Coma After Corn-Hauling Accident

Iowa has been faced with drought conditions that have been adding to the stress farmers are feeling towards the growing season. But one farmer in Ames has also gone into this year facing hardships, but it wasn’t with his corn plant. The DesPlanques family has been running their sweetcorn...
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After being cited for emergency-care violations, Iowa hospital faces lawsuit

The family of a Webster County woman is suing Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge for an alleged chain of errors that resulted in her death. The lawsuit claims the hospital violated federal regulations related to the discharge of emergency-room patients before they are stabilized. Government inspectors cited the hospital for two such violations […] The post After being cited for emergency-care violations, Iowa hospital faces lawsuit appeared first on Iowa Capital Dispatch.
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CBS Sports: Iowa Hawkeyes are best team in the state of Iowa

The battle of the Cy-Hawk has increased in national branding over the past few seasons. Despite the rise of the Cyclones from a national standpoint, Iowa has continued to take care of business against Matt Campbell and the Cyclones. Kirk Ferentz and his squad have won six straight against the in-state rival.

CFTV: Mouser gives an update on the development of tight end room

Iowa State tight ends coach Taylor Mouser gives an update on the development of his inexperienced tight end room, how guys are adjusting to life without Charlie Kolar and Chase Allen and more in this video courtesy of Iowa State Athletics. Jared Stansbury. View articles by Jared Stansbury administrator. Jared...

Iowa Man Dies In Tragic Tractor Accident

It’s never easy to see a member of the community has passed away, especially when it is in a work-related accident. Unfortunately, this was the case over in Boone Iowa yesterday. At around 10 am Monday morning, a 911 call came in about a man who was trapped under...

Hall Named New Ames City Clerk

Deputy City Clerk Renee Hall was recently named Ames City Clerk, replacing Diane Voss who held the post for more than 25 years. Hall began her new position on Aug. 2. “As a current employee, Renee’s experience in the Ames City Clerk’s Office provides a strong foundation for continuing the excellent standard of service customers have come to expect,” said City Manager Steve Schainker. “We look forward to Renee’s leadership as the new City Clerk and building on the legacy of her predecessor.”
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Cheapest rent in the U.S. is under $600 a month in Kansas

Recent research by Rent., formerly known as, shows cities in the United States with the cheapest cost of rent. Jon Leckie, a Data Journalist for Rent., said that Rent. looked at the average rent, dollar increase, and year-over-year percent change in every U.S. city with a population of more than 50,000 for a combination of one- and two-bedroom units.

Nevada man with drugs tries to flee cops with kids in car

A Nevada man allegedly carrying drugs attempted to elude law enforcement on U.S. Interstate 80 early Monday, endangering his children, who were passengers. Rupert Lee Boehling, 35, of 1990 Oddie Blvd., Sparks, Nevada, was charged with eluding, two counts of child endangerment, first-offense possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and issued a citation for failure to stop in assured clear distance.

Central Iowa charities break ground on next chapters

DES MOINES, Iowa — Tuesday was a major day for projects for two central Iowa non-profit organizations. Near Cambridge, the Ames-based Youth and Shelter Services broke ground on a $20 million campus which will have 70 beds to help troubled youth get back on track. “We still have about $5 million to fully build out […]

Fort Dodge woman arrested during traffic stop in Humboldt

Humboldt, IA – A Fort Dodge woman was arrested on August 3 during a traffic stop in Humboldt. 30-year-old Andrea Nicole Greggersen was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia when she was found to have a pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine during the traffic stop. More evidence was collected at the scene by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office and were sent to the LCI Lab for testing. Upon completion of the testing, more charges may be filed against Greggersen.