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Attorney General announces zero-tolerance policy for criminal illegal entry

Attorney General announces zero-tolerance policy for criminal illegal entry

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Illegal aliens testing the U.S. Southwest border will face a zero-tolerance policy from federal authorities, it was announced today. Attorney General Jeff Sessions today notified all U.S.…

Numerous youngsters nabbed at underage party in Estherville

Numerous youngsters nabbed at underage party in Estherville

ESTHERVILLE, IOWA – Numerous youngsters were nabbed by police at an underage party in Estherville. On March 29, 2018 at 11:11 PM, Estherville Police were dispatched to 715 South 12th…

Clear Lake’s Flory says he’s not in consideration for City Administrator job in Mason City

Clear Lake’s Flory says he’s not in consideration for City Administrator job in Mason City

MASON CITY – Clear Lake’s Scott Flory says he’s not in consideration for the City Administrator job in Mason City. Officials in Mason City continue to search for a new…

Mason City given award for tree program

Mason City given award for tree program

DES MOINES – The City of Mason City was recently honored with the 2017 Tree City USA Growth Award at the 28th Annual Community Forestry Awards Luncheon in Des Moines.…

Northern Iowa woman sent to prison for 10 years for meth conspiracy

Northern Iowa woman sent to prison for 10 years for meth conspiracy

SIOUX CITY – A Spencer woman has been sentenced this week to 10 years in federal prison for conspiring to use family members from Utah to manufacture meth that she…

Armed Iowa man with over 100 pounds of meth faces 25 years in prison

Armed Iowa man with over 100 pounds of meth faces 25 years in prison

SIOUX CITY – An Iowa felon who conspired to distribute over 100 pounds of methamphetamine and possessed a GSG, MP5, .22-caliber firearm to further the conspiracy pled guilty today, April…

Iowa Attorney General Miller joins lawsuit to block Census Bureau from demanding citizenship information

Iowa Attorney General Miller joins lawsuit to block Census Bureau from demanding citizenship information

DES MOINES — Attorney General Tom Miller — part of a coalition of 18 attorneys general, six cities, and the bipartisan U.S. Conference of Mayors — filed a lawsuit to…

Tusler leads NIACC women at DMACC Invite

Tusler leads NIACC women at DMACC Invite

ANKENY – Courtney Tusler shot a 90 to lead the NIACC women Thursday at the DMACC Invitational at the Otter Creek Golf Course. NIACC shot a team score of 376…

NIACC baseball team sweeps DMACC

NIACC baseball team sweeps DMACC

BOONE – The NIACC baseball team pushed its ICCAC winning streak to five games with a doubleheader sweep over DMACC on Thursday. NIACC won the first game 5-2 and took…