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West Hancock teacher accused of felony drunk driving

West Hancock teacher accused of felony drunk driving

BRITT – A West Hancock educator was arrested for a third drunk driving offense recently. Raylea Hepker, age 27, allegedly committed her latest drunk driving offense on January 28. She…

Governor Reynolds encourages Iowa high school and college students to join Innovative Cybersecurity Competition

DES MOINES – Governor Kim Reynolds is pleased to announce that Iowa is partnering with SANS to offer the Girls Go CyberStart competition again this year.  Iowa first participated in…

NIACC announces 2018 Fall Term President’s List and Dean’s List

NIACC announces 2018 Fall Term President’s List and Dean’s List

MASON CITY – North Iowa Area Community College is pleased to announce that 773 individuals have been named to the 2018 Fall Term President’s List and Dean’s List.  These students…

Gov. Reynolds won’t fight judge’s decision striking down Fetal Heartbeat Law

Gov. Reynolds won’t fight judge’s decision striking down Fetal Heartbeat Law

DES MOINES – Gov. Kim Reynolds released the following statement on her decision not to appeal the ruling of Iowa District Court Judge Michael Huppert that Iowa Code chapter 146C…

Gov. Reynolds set special election in Iowa State Senate

DES MOINES – Gov. Reynolds issued a proclamation on Monday setting the date for a special election following the resignation of State Senator Jeff Danielson for Tuesday, March 19, 2019.…

Waterloo police charge man with first-degree murder and abuse of corpse

Waterloo police charge man with first-degree murder and abuse of corpse

WATERLOO – Waterloo police charged a man serving a prison sentence for robbery with first-degree murder and abuse of corpse On Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 Waterloo Police received a report…

Police investigating after cars slams Mason City house, causing tens-of-thousands of dollars in damages

Police investigating after cars slams Mason City house, causing tens-of-thousands of dollars in damages

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