The latest local news headlines from KCCI News Channel 8.
Rescue crews were called to a crash east of Grand Junction Tuesday afternoon, where at least one person has died.
East High School forfeited its football game Friday night after threats of gun violence spread across social media.
The university said the situation was resolved without incident, but did not elaborate.
The Iowa State Patrol has advice for drivers after a man refused to pull over for police while driving his wife to the hospital.
Authorities raided Graziano's store, Bauder Pharmacy, in 2012.
Des Moines police began an investigation Friday into allegations made against a Des Moines Public Schools employee.
A teenager involved in the carjacking and beating of Mike Wasike was be sentenced Tuesday.
A 21-year-old woman has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide in connection with a May 4 early morning traffic crash that left two dead.
Gabby Giffords will be in Iowa Tuesday as part of a nine-state tour to promote tougher gun laws that she says will help protect women and families.
A lengthy feature in the New York Times examines the population shift from rural to urban areas, and the shift in geographical political leanings in Iowa.
Every year about 449 tons of plastic bags fill the Metro Park East Landfill in Mitchellville. The problem is none of those bags belong there.
Authorities say a woman lied to a Des Moines pharmacy worker about a man threatening to hurt the woman's children if she didn't get him some drugs.
West Des Moines firefighters and medics successfully revived four cats Monday after rescuing the pets from a house fire.
The woman charged in a deadly hit-and-run over the weekend is speaking out, saying she’s sorry she left the scene.
A man who refused to pull over for police while driving his wife to the hospital is now facing charges for speeding and failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.
A man in Woodward is quite the collector.
With a stabbing suspect in custody, Fort Dodge residents say they're feeling safer.
Police say some knowledge about the crime have been "relatively uncooperative."
Three Iowa companies have received U.S. Department of Agriculture grants for research projects officials hope will lead to new technologies that advance agriculture.
Police said the 15-year-old charged in Saturday's stabbing was involved in an identical incident in August.