The latest local news headlines from KCCI News 8.
A Des Moines woman woke up to shots being fired into her home Sunday morning.
Wildlife officials say a trumpeter swan shot and wounded earlier this month at Princeton Wildlife Area is headed to a wildlife rehabilitation facility.
Eddie Tipton is now facing more charges.
Des Moines food trucks attracted a crowd of thousands, meaning profits for businesses and challenges for organizers.
The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and Iowa Lottery held a news conference Friday afternoon with new information about an ongoing lottery investigation.
An Iowa company that provides businesses with information for marketing purposes has agreed to pay $2,500 to settle allegations it helped facilitate consumer fraud through the mail.
The decision has been criticized by some health care advocates and lawmakers, who say the plan to implement the new system is moving too quickly.
The announcement was just made Friday morning.
A small private liberal arts college in Iowa has established an endowment fund in memory of a news intern for The Associated Press who died at age 22 in Mexico City in 2012.
KCCI has learned Waukee is not the only school to have problems with Durham School Services, a private bus company where one of its drivers quit in the middle of her route and another got lost.
The incident was reported at an in-home day care.
The operation was found on Thursday.
The Legion of Food Truck Festival started Friday morning.
The spending is outpacing the national average.
It's a big night for the school, parents and the community.
The last day will be October 23.
Here are the dates of the dinners and more info.
The alleged abuse was reported when the woman was a teacher at the school.
Police confirm the ATM is from Des Moines.
Names of the couple were just released.