The latest local news headlines from KCCI News Channel 8.
Police are investigating a fatal crash along the 1800 block on Oralabor Road in Ankeny.
A 5k is planned to help a woman who was stabbed on a nature trail in Fort Dodge.
A man was airlifted to the hospital after being shot in the abdomen while pheasant hunting Saturday morning.
Woodbury County officials say a county supervisor sentenced to 30 days in jail for domestic assault has said he will resign his position.
University of Iowa football player Reggie Spearman has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
Hundreds of central Iowans learned this week that they’ll be losing their jobs.
Police responded to a report of gunfire on Des Moines' southside just before 2 a.m. Saturday.
Sears announced layoffs of at least 5,457 workers in addition to closing more than 100 Kmart, Sears and Sears Auto Center locations.
Police and fire department officials say they are investigating two vehicle fires as arson.
A former University of Iowa employee who bought and resold at least 567 items online using university money has been sentenced to three years of probation.
A proposed truck stop has some Story City residents upset.
Rick Dawson, 60, is expected to live after he was pinned beneath a truck in Ankeny, Iowa, Thursday, according to Ankeny police.
One week after a “no-contest” decision in a high school football game between Ames High and East High, some Ames football players may be ineligible to play the final game of the season.
A well-respected high school softball coach was arrested Thursday night on charges of possession of crack cocaine.
Rescue crews were called to Water Works Park in Des Moines, where a car was found submerged in water.
A power company crew may have saved the life of a man trapped under a truck Thursday afternoon.
New information has been released in a shooting that was reported in Knoxville Wednesday night.
Police have arrested one person and are looking for another in a shooting.
That cougar sighted in Evansdale? It's probably a house cat.
The deal is expected to cost nearly $1.5 million.