The latest local news headlines from KCCI News Channel 8.
City leaders say the hotel is vital to attracting large conventions.
The council met Monday morning.
The newborn was found outside a gas station in freezing temperatures.
Here's details on the detour now in place.
Traffic is backed up in the area.
The special count is expected to show the city has grown to at least 53,000 residents.
It is unclear how long the person was in the water.
The mobile traffic enforcement cameras are moved around the city and county daily.
At least a half-dozen people have been rescued after their boat overturned.
About two-thirds of Pilger was destroyed or heavily damaged by an EF4 tornado on June 16.
Authorities say one person has been killed and several others injured in a collision between a car and pickup.
The victim was taken to the hospital and treated with a minor injury.
A 60-year-old man was stabbed Sunday afternoon, and one man was taken into custody.
Online registration is now open for the Meals from the Heartland Annual Hunger Fight.
The Iowa Department of Human Services is warning that some Iowa businesses will have to pay for equipment and supplies, or pay transaction fees, to accept food stamp payments.
One Iowa county has reported a 233 percent increase in the number of deaths caused by heroin.
One small northwest Iowa is preparing to deal with the loss of 450 jobs this fall, and business owners are worrying about what it will mean.
Simpson College hosts the second of its three two-day overnight padded football camps for high school teams.
A freed inmate, who was convicted as a teenager of killing her great aunt, died Sunday morning after battling breast cancer.
A northeast Iowa woman will stand trial on charges of sexually abusing a teenage boy.