While the number of electric vehicles on the road is still small, the amount continues to rise.
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Police found that one of the seagulls struck by the shovel received a broken wing and was no longer able to fly. It was later euthanized from the severity of its injuries.
A schoolmarm teaches subjects and skills as they might have been taught during the 1920s, the time period to which the school was restored.
The La Crosse convenience store chain is partnering with Coinsource to install Bitcoin ATMs at over 800 Kwik Trips in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa.
A clamp-down on Chicago teens’ access to a popular downtown park and a weekend curfew following the fatal shooting of a teenager has revived longstanding accusations that City Hall prioritizes the city’s sparkling lakefront and downtown over West and South side neighborhoods where hundreds have been killed or hurt by gun violence. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has tightened a citywide curfew for young people as part of an effort to combat violence and restricted access by unaccompanied minors to downtown Chicago’s Millennium Park. The changes followed the weekend shooting death of a 16-year-old boy. But activists and others worry that minority teens will bear the brunt of the crackdown and exacerbate tensions between police and minority communities.
Judges of the Iowa Court of Appeals say that politics never enter their deliberations despite the judges each having diverse political leanings. The answers came in response to a question from the public on maintaining the credibility of the court and happened during a question and answer se…
Three children were taken to the hospital after the car they were in crashed into the steps of the park maintained by Genesis Medical Center on the northeast corner of East Locust Street and Eastern Avenue.
Body cam footage of a struggle between Michael Lang and a Grundy Center police officer following a chase on April 9, 2021. Lang drove off following the struggle, and a standoff at his home resulted in the death of Iowa State Patrol Sgt. Jim Smith.
Hundreds of newly released court exhibits pull back the curtain on how the Rams left St. Louis.
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds does not expect any abortion-related legislation to be passed during the current legislative session, which is nearly at its end.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mike Franken’s second campaign ad is on television.