The latest local news headlines from KCCI News Channel 8.
Another faux holiday is popping up around Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
The shopping holiday was started by American Express in 2010, aimed to ease the hustle and bustle of Black Friday.
A popular East Village entrepreneur takes aim at a downtown development project.
Pollsters found that the economy and jobs are the most important issues for likely Iowa GOP voters, followed by terrorism and foreign affairs.
Black Friday deals may have run dry, but consumers have another chance to nab deals online.
While they're used to facing Iowa and New Hampshire voters separately, presidential candidates will be questioned by both groups at the same time.
Jordan Canzeri broke long touchdown runs on back-to-back series in the third quarter, and No. 3 Iowa completed its first perfect regular season in 93 years with a 28-20 victory over Nebraska on Friday.
Long checkout lines stretched throughout the store at JC Penney, where about 150 people staff members were called in for the Thanksgiving weekend.
A man is shot multiple times in the parking of Sneakers Eatery and Pub Friday morning, according to a news release.
A central Iowa veteran who was homeless for two years says having a roof over his head is reason enough to give thanks.
A former bank vice president and two accomplices have been sentenced for defrauding a bank in northern Iowa.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of starting a fire that damaged three vehicles and a shed.
South Dakota regulators are expected to decide Monday whether to grant a construction permit for a pipeline that will cross through the state as it carries North Dakota oil to Illinois.
An Iowa man has been accused of shooting his friend, and his friend has been accused of lying about how he got shot.
Normally, the Black Friday shopping excitement doesn't involve an evacuation.
An Ankeny man is giving thanks for his special Thanksgiving gift.
He originally was charged with lascivious acts with a child and indecent contact with a child.
Temperatures are dropping as the system moves through.
From the shelves to the checkout line, customers are hunting down crucial last-minute dinner items.
Iowa’s largest health insurance company is using new TV commercials to push its brand.