Month: April 2019

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iStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Sunday’s sports events: MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL INTERLEAGUENY Yankees 11 San Francisco 5AMERICAN LEAGUETampa Bay 5 Boston 2Toronto 5 Oakland 4, 11 InningsChi White Sox 4 Detroit 1Minnesota 4 Baltimore 1LA Angels 7 Kansas City 3Texas 14 Seattle 1Houston 4 Cleveland 1 NATIONAL LEAGUEPhiladelphia 5 Miami 1NY Mets […]

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, a Democrat, says joining lawsuits against the federal government is part of a system of checks and balances and he’ll ask Republican Governor Kim Reynolds to reject a plan to restrict his authority. “I brought those lawsuits only when I thought the law and the interests of Iowans indicated that […]

Iowans may be getting more door knocks and phone calls lately from businesses and individuals offering to help out with lawn care, tree trimming and clean-up work. While many of them may be legitimate, Bess Ellenson with the Better Business Bureau says there are plenty of scamers out there looking to take advantage of you […]

Police are investigating a bizarre weekend shooting in Waterloo. Authorities say a woman was shot and killed as she was driving, and a man in the vehicle was injured. The incident happened on the U.S. Highway 218 expressway near the Cedar River bridge around 2:30 a.m. Sunday. Waterloo police say it appears a single bullet […]

This weekend, the 2019 Iowa Legislative session ended with some bitter rhetorical battles over the conservative agenda enacted by Republicans who hold a majority of seats in the House and Senate. Representative Andy McKean of Anamosa switched from Republican to Democrat last Tuesday. On Saturday, he said the GOP’s changes to the Judicial Nominating Commission […]

Partisan clashes over a few issues marked the final day of the 2019 Iowa legislative session. There was a 40-7 bipartisan vote in the Senate, however, in favor of expanding Iowa’s medical marijuana program. Senator Tom Greene, a retired pharmacist from Burlington, grew emotional during his remarks on the measure. “I know many patients who […]

ABC News’(SAN DIEGO) — At the age of 8, Noya Dahan has already fled rocket attacks in the Gaza Strip, witnessed her home in California vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti and, now, she’s survived a shooting at her synagogue that left one beloved member dead and she, her rabbi and her uncle with bullet wounds. The […]

WJHL(CLEVELAND, Va.) —  A group of men who became stuck in a cave in Virginia after rain made it difficult to get out have been rescued, officials said Sunday. A group of six initially planned to spend the weekend inside the cave in Cleveland, Virginia, until it began raining late Saturday night, Jess Powers, coordinator […]

iStock/Evgeniy Skripnichenko(SEATTLE) — A crane collapse in Seattle on Saturday afternoon left four people dead and three others injured, police and fire officials said. Around 3:30 p.m. a crane from a construction site fell and crushed six cars near the intersection of Fairview Avenue North and Mercer Street, according to the Seattle Fire Department. Hours […]

iStock/kali9(NEW YORK) — A suspect was taken into custody after seven people were killed in two separate homes over the weekend in Tennessee, authorities said. Officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) responded to a home Saturday night on Charles Brown Road in Sumner County, where initially four people were found dead. A fifth […]

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