Local News Headlines
- Judge rules Mason City man can keep dog a center of dispute
A judge has ruled that a man can keep a dog at the center of a dispute with a north Iowa animal shelter.
- Glendale selects 5 finalists for city manager's position
Five finalists for the Glendale city manager's job will be interviewed next week by the mayor and City Council.
- Iowa prisons considering upgrades to catch smugglers
Iowa prison officials are considering upgrades in an effort to catch employees who might illegally smuggle contraband into prisons.
- News Minute: Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press
Police are investigating the death of a man who was found unconscious in a vehicle in Fort Dodge. Officers responding to reports of gunshots Wednesday morning came across a car parked in a nearby wooded area. Police say...
- Fort Dodge police investigate death of man found unconscious
Police are investigating the death of a man who was found unconscious in a vehicle in Fort Dodge.
- Waterloo auto shop owner sentenced to life in prison
An auto shop owner in Waterloo has been sentenced to life in prison for the killing of a man last year.
- Clinton opposes Pacific Rim trade deal
Hillary Rodham Clinton says she opposes the big Pacific Rim trade accord backed by President Barack Obama.
- Clinton says jail was 'right thing' for Kentucky clerk
Hillary Rodham Clinton says that jail was the "right thing" for a Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
- Waterloo man charged with vehicular homicide in crash death
A Waterloo man accused of crashing his SUV into a house, killing a person inside, has been charged with vehicular homicide.
- Dubuque officials vote to add lighting, cameras for security
Dubuque is getting more street lighting and security cameras as part of an effort to address safety in the city.
National News Headline
- Air Force: French train hero stabbed in California
An Air Force spokesman says Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, who helped subdue an attacker on a French train in August, is in stable condition after being stabbed in California.
- Report: Oklahoma used wrong drug in January execution
Oklahoma used the wrong drug to stop an inmate's heart during an execution in January, according to an autopsy report obtained by a newspaper.
- Man pleads guilty to killing 5 relatives with meat cleaver
A Chinese immigrant who butchered five relatives, including four small children, with a meat cleaver in a fit of jealousy pleaded guilty on Wednesday to murder and manslaughter charges and must serve at least 125 years in...
- Receding floodwaters lead to homecoming heartbreak
The pungent stench of mildew greeted Asiah Lewis when she came home to her apartment, her footsteps making squishing sounds on the carpet as she picked through soggy clothes piled on a bed and a lifted a moldy shoe from...
- California agency to eye bigger whale tanks at SeaWorld
SeaWorld wants to greatly expand the tanks its uses to hold killer whales in San Diego, but animal rights activists fear the plan would pave the way for breeding the animals in captivity - something they say is cruel no...
- Kentucky man to be sentenced in wife's alleged mercy killing
Virginia Chumbley was asleep when she was shot to death in her home. The killer left the handgun in the bedroom and cried as he called 911.
- Indiana University suspends fraternity over explicit video
Indiana University said Thursday it has suspended the local chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity while it investigates a video purportedly showing a pledge performing a sex act on a woman during an apparent hazing...
- James Blake: Police watchdog substantiates force complaint
Two police officers involved in the mistaken arrest of former tennis pro James Blake, including one who tackled him to the ground, will face an administrative trial after the city's police watchdog substantiated...
- Oregon gunman killed himself after police shot him
The gunman in last week's rampage at an Oregon community college was wounded in a shootout with police officers before he killed himself in the classroom where his victims lay dead and wounded, authorities said.
- Finding recorder key to solving the sinking of cargo ship
Investigators trying to determine why a 790-foot cargo ship stalled and sank in the howling winds of Hurricane Joaquin will be searching for a brightly colored device bolted to the deck and pinging away in the blackness...
- Gesell & Woodbury ready for senior seasons with Hawkeyes
Iowa Head Coach Fran McCaffery returns five players who averaged double-figure minutes last year. They include Siouxland natives Mike Gesell and Adam Woodbury, who are seniors.
- Five former Musketeers on NHL rosters
The National Hockey League announced the league’s 23-man rosters for the 2015-16 season for its 30 member teams. Five former Sioux City Musketeer players are on NHL rosters.
- Bishop Heelan's Clark named SportsFource Champion
Gaining 1,000 yards in a season is a milestone most running back shoot for. Bishop Heelan's Saybein Clark has reached that mark in just six games. This week's Sports Fource Champion is already putting his name in Heelan's storied record book.
- Northwestern sweeps Briar Cliff; Dakota Valley handles Homer
See highlights of Northwestern's win over Briar Cliff and Dakota Valley's sweep of Homer. Plus, check out Tuesday's SportsFource Scoreboard.
- Iowa defense looks to shut down Illinois
Iowa's 5-0 start, and a win over then-#19 Wisconsin on Saturday, propelled the Hawkeyes into the AP Top 25 this week. Next up for Iowa is a home date with Illinois, who's coming off a last-second win over Nebraska.
- Iowa State has big expectations headed into season
The transition from Fred Hoiberg, who took the Chicago Bulls head coaching job, to Steve Prohm, was the major storyline for Iowa State basketball over the offseason. Almost lost in the shuffle is that the Cyclones figure to be very good this season.
- Iowa's King earns Big Ten player of the week honors
Iowa defensive back Desmond King is this week's Big Ten Co-Defensive player of the week.
- Iowa State heads to Texas Tech seeking 2-0 Big 12 start
Iowa State didn't win a single game in Big 12 play last season. But on Saturday, the Cyclones started 1-0 in conference with a victory over Kansas. Iowa State begins a four-game stretch against Texas teams this Saturday when they head on the road to Texas Tech.
- Vermillion earns volleyball win over Elk Point-Jefferson
See highlights of Vermillion's 3-0 win over Elk Point-Jefferson, plus check out Monday's SportsFource Scoreboard.
- Sioux City native wins dirt racing national championship
Sioux City dirt track racer Chris Abelson won an International Motor Contest Association national championship over the weekend.
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