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Task force considers tuition changes to Iowa universities


A retired Waterloo K-9 officer, Robby, passes away from cancer


Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announces SBA disaster assistance for 7 storm-damaged counties


Des Moines mosque gets threatening note calling Muslims 'vile'


Man shot in front of Chicago courthouse


Illinois students draw names for prom dates


Body pulled from Illinois lake after crash


In wake of fed raids, Caterpillar denies skirting tax laws


Fuel tank cars burn after freight train derails in Iowa


Prom dress guidelines lead to body shaming accusation


Federal agents raid Caterpillar offices in northern Illinois



 

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Judge Tosses $417M Award Against Johnson & Johnson in Cancer Case

A judge granted a new trial in the suit, which was brought on behalf of a woman a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using baby powder.

'I've Been Called Home': Officer Killed in Las Vegas Shooting Left Funeral Notes

Las Vegas police officer and Army veteran Charleston Hartfield left instructions that people should enjoy themselves and remember him for who he was.

Killer of Navajo Nation Girl Gets Life Prison Sentence

Tom Begaye, who pleaded guilty to murder and sexual assault of 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike on the Navajo Nation, was sentenced to life in prison Friday.

Calif. Doctor Braved Wildfire on Motorcycle to Reach Premature Babies

Dr. Scott Witt of Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital used a motorcycle to reach eight premature babies as the Tubbs Fire raged last week. Witt lost his home.

Picasso Payday: Art Broker Indicted for Stealing Millions

An art broker allegedly stole millions of dollars from clients in the sales of paintings by Picasso, Chagall and more.