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Charles City man jailed for domestic assault

Charles City man jailed for domestic assault

CHARLES CITY – Police investigated a domestic incident this past week in Charles City and arrested one man. On November 8 at 11:20 PM, Charles City police went to the…

Charles City man arrested twice in two days

Charles City man arrested twice in two days

CHARLES CITY – A Charles City man was arrested twice over a two day span this week. On November 9 at about 7:38 PM, police were called to the 900…

Charles City man arrested for domestic abuse

Charles City man arrested for domestic abuse

CHARLES CITY – A Charles City man was jailed after police investigated a domestic incident this week. Charles City police were called to the 800 block of 11th Street for…

NIACC men place 12th at national cross country meet

NIACC men place 12th at national cross country meet

FORT DODGE – NIACC sophomore Imad Amenzou earned honorable mention all-American honors with his 14th place finish at the NJCAA Division I cross country meet on Saturday at Lakeside Golf…

Wrestling: Iowa beats top-ranked OK State outdoors, 18-16

Wrestling: Iowa beats top-ranked OK State outdoors, 18-16

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The fourth-ranked University of Iowa wrestling team defeated top-ranked Oklahoma State, 18-16, on Saturday in front of 42,287 fans, the largest dual crowd in NCAA history.…

Alien from Mexico who stole social security number of mom with handicapped kids gets deported

Alien from Mexico who stole social security number of mom with handicapped kids gets deported

SIOUX CITY – A Mexican alien who caused an Iowa mom hardship by stealing her social security number to get a job will be deported. Ostolia Collazo-Pena, age 43, from…

Gov. Branstad issues statement in wake of attacks in Paris

Gov. Branstad issues statement in wake of attacks in Paris

DES MOINES –Today, Gov. Branstad and Lt. Gov. Reynolds issued statements and offered condolences to the people of France in the wake of terrrorist attacks yesterday in Paris. “On behalf…