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Iowa Law Allows Guns for the Legally Blind

I fully understand equal rights for everyone, but the state of Iowa is issuing gun permits and carry permits to legally blind residents.

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Tony Stewart
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Tony Stewart Injured in Iowa Sprint Car

The 3-time NASCAR Champion has surgery to repair right leg after crash Monday night.

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SD Drought Monitor
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Drought Remains Despite Heavy Rains In South Dakota

A lot of rain fell last week and the drought map shows the effects of that precipitation in South Dakota.

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Sioux City Police Chief Doug Young
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Sioux City Cop Shooter Caught in Texas

A man wanted for attempted murder in connection with a shooting of a police officer in Sioux City Iowa in April, has been caught by U.S. Marshals in Texas.

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(Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)

South Dakota Legislature Speeds Jobs Bill Through System

In the South Dakota legislature, last years most contentious issue is this year's love fest.

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Angels Found On a Winter Road Trip

Last week I was on a winter road trip from Des Moines, Iowa to Bend, Oregon. The purpose was to assist a friend driving a new 24’ RV from the dealership to her home.

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Police in Iowa say a fingertip left at the scene of a tire-slashing in eastern Iowa led them to three suspects.
Police in Iowa say a fingertip left at the scene of a tire-slashing in eastern Iowa led them to three suspects.

Not the Smartest (Alleged) Vandal

I came across an Associated Press story that happened in one of our neighbor states - not in our area, but this one bears repeating.

Seems somebody had been slashing tires in Waterloo, a city in eastern Iowa

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Elizabeth Coook and Lyrica Cook
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Police Seek to ‘Find a Killer’ of 2 Iowa Cousins

A sheriff involved in the investigation of the apparent kidnapping and slaying of two Iowa cousins says the discovery of their bodies represents a long-awaited break that could help find their killer.

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Elizabeth Collins, Lyric Cook
Facebook

Families of Missing Iowa Girls Await IDs of Bodies

Five months after two cousins vanished while riding their bikes, residents of the Iowa community where they were last seen are waiting to hear whether two bodies found by hunters are those of the girls.

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Iowa Parents Accused of Locking Teens in Basement

A suburban Des Moines couple is under arrest after their adopted teenage children reported being locked in the basement and fed under a locked door as punishment.

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