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More stores are opening earlier on Thanksgiving Day, but some stores are bucking the trend.
Snow is moving out but some roads are still partially covered with snow, ice and slush.
Movies, meals and malt beverages are just days away.
The crash was reported about 4:30 p.m.
Police have identified the two men arrested in a Tuesday afternoon chase.
Godfrey has filed a lawsuit against Branstad and aides alleging he was singled out because he's openly gay.
A Hy-Vee store director says he's seen a 20 percent increase in orders over last year.
The new channel starts airing on December 1.
A trooper says the officer was going more than 20 mph over the speed limit.
Some business owners want the proposed store moved to a different location.
The Business Record reports the grocery will be at Ingersoll and 31st.
According to an arrest affidavit, the deputies say they feared for their lives even though they saw that the object was yellow.
Authorities have now released the man's name.
Officials say he sent hundreds of unprofessional and confrontational emails to numerous colleagues.
His daughter is now 6 months old.
Happy the Clown has put smiles on the faces of children and adults for the past 30 years.
A January date has been set for another trial of a former police officer charged with burglary and arson.
An Iowa teenager who helped save a life will be honored during halftime of the Nebraska-Iowa "Heroes" football game on Friday.
Gov. Terry Branstad will have to answer questions under oath about his administration's treatment of a gay former state administrator.
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