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About one hundred postal workers protested Wednesday evening about ongoing agency job cuts. [Read More]
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19-year-old Carter Nordman was unable to beat out the incumbent, Jim Peters. It was a close race with Peters re-elected taking 611 votes (51.6 percent),... [Read More]
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After the Texas shooting, locals discuss weapons in a place of worship. [Read More]
A house goes up in flames, but it's all under control The fire department's using the home as a training session for their firefighters. [Read More]
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Jennifer O'Neill of says she was asked to get off an Allegiant Air flight after telling a flight attendant she may need to use the... [Read More]
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There is a new chief in town at the city's police department. And he is no stranger to serving in central Iowa. [Read More]
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The Hall in the Foundry is now open to the public after years of construction. [Read More]
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A spooky fundraiser raised money for community member in need. [Read More]
Homer Williams Jr. has been moving home to home his entire life. He has intellectual disabilities and after decades, Homer finally found his forever family. [Read More]
Wendy Wintersteen was named Iowa State University's newest president Monday evening by the Iowa Board of Regents. [Read More]
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A young girl is almost kidnapped a few streets down from her school. It happened Thursday around 4:30 p.m., but parent's weren't notified until Friday... [Read More]
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Iowa State Penitentary facing critics from a union that represents correctional officers following a stabbing attack by an inmate at the prison. [Read More]
Since the start of the season, NFL players have been using game time to protest. Now a protest happened here in central Iowa has the... [Read More]
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The Animal Rescue League has taken in six dogs that they said were covered in their own feces. Two of the six have tested positive... [Read More]
Iowa State University says they are prepared for if an attack like Texas Tech were to happen on their campus. [Read More]
Sen. Chuck Grassley addresses the NFL protest and Pence leaving a game after the national anthem during the final stop in his 99 county tour. [Read More]
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Scott Syroka, a 2012 Johnston High School grad is giving back to his alma matter in a very special way. [Read More]
A puppy snatched in the middle of the day, and now the owners think they know who stole their English Mastiff. [Read More]
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Breana Schwitters is a Johnston parent. She recalls the panic she felt when she recieved text threats on Monday night. [Read More]
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MidAmerican Energy sent dozens of workers to Georgia and Florida to help restore the power after hurricane Irma. [Read More]
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