Sarah Beth Coleman

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Sarah Beth Coleman joined the KWQC news team in March of 2018.

She is a Drake School of Journalism and Mass Communications graduate and pursued a minor in Music and a concentration in Leadership Education and Development. While at Drake she held several student broadcast positions for the Drake Relays and worked with a variety of Des Moines community organizations. Notably, she was recognized for completing over 800 hours of volunteering throughout college, many of those hours with the Ronald McDonald House of Des Moines. Sarah Beth’s digital and producing experiences come from working for the Iowa Cubs, Iowa Public Television, KCCI-TV9 and she spent her senior year working for the Meredith Corporation on video production for Better Homes and Gardens.

When not happily clicking away on the web, Sarah Beth spends her time trying the latest Pinterest recipes, reupholstering furniture, volunteering and watching dog videos. If you have cute animal pictures, service opportunities or coffee recommendations, she has an open inbox!

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"We have not 100 percent made the confirmation that this is indeed our suspect but it has not been ruled out," police said. "We're hoping to link everything together."

Scandals, exonerations highlight Chicago police's 'code of silence'

"Even when good police officers try to come forward, the strength of Chicago's code of silence" prevents them from being heard, one observer said.

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"This case is not about the ethics of hunting, and it is not about solving human- or livestock-grizzly conflicts," the judge wrote.

Iran terrorist attack shows opponents see 'unique opportunity,' experts say

Militants disguised as soldiers opened fire at the procession of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard while they marched through the oil-rich city of Ahvaz.

U.N. chief set to paint a grim picture of the state of the world

In speeches and close to 350 meetings on the assembly sideline, the conflicts, hotspots and issues contributing to that turbulence will be debated.