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James Dimaggio’s Family Wants Paternity Test

James DiMaggio’s family wants paternity tests to determine whether the murder and kidnapping suspect, who was shot dead by FBI agents, is the father of Hannah Anderson and her slain 8-year-old brother. ...

Georgia School Shooting Suspect Had 500 Rounds of Ammunition

The suspected gunman who terrorized an Atlanta-area elementary school, firing in the front office and at officers, was armed with an assault rifle and nearly 500 rounds of ammunition, police said today. Michael ...

(Radio Iowa) – The state’s top doctor says the risk of contracting the West Nile virus is not dropping even though summer is starting to wind down. State medical director, Patricia Quinlisk, says we’ve had ...

(Radio Iowa) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s latest crop update shows the dry weather is starting to take its toll on the availability of a vital resource for Iowa’s corn and soybean crop. The top ...

(Radio Iowa) – A state legislator from Waterloo is expected to become the fifth Democrat to announce a run for Congress in Iowa’s First District. State Representative Anesa Kajtazovic is expected to formally ...

  (Radio Iowa) – A retired farmer from southwest Iowa did what dozens of lawmen couldn’t do early this morning, he got the jump on an escaped criminal and shot him dead in his kitchen. The drama began ...

(Radio Iowa) – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst says she is “passionate” about gun rights — and she carries a gun nearly every day. “I carry probably 90 percent of the time,” Ernst told ...

(Radio Iowa) – Governor Terry Branstad has signed an executive order which calls for new training for staff at the Iowa Juvenile Home in Toledo, as well as “the same standards for restraint and seclusion” ...

(Radio Iowa) – Attendance at the 2013 Iowa State Fair was down compared to the previous two years, despite nearly ideal temperatures and no rain during the fair’s open hours. Fair CEO Gary Slater ...

Ga. Widow to Serve About 4 Years in Prison

A judge has sentenced the Georgia woman convicted of lying to investigators about the shooting death of her husband outside a preschool to spend the next four years in prison. The judge handed down a five-year ...