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Iowa Man Praised Police Before Fatally Shooting 2Days before he allegedly killed two Iowa police officers, Scott Michael Greene sent a note to one of their departments apologizing for prior run-ins, saying his "dark days" were over and praising police as "absolute heroes."
Iowa Boy, 14, Shot In The HeadPolice are investigating the shooting of a 14-year-old boy in Des Moines.
Des Moines Airport To Spend $100K On Potty Room For Service DogsDes Moines airport officials will have to spend up to $100,000 to build a room for service dogs to relieve themselves inside the terminal.
1 Dead, 1 Injured In Car Crash In Des MoinesAuthorities say an Iowa man was killed and another was injured in an early morning car crash. Des Moines police say they were called to the single vehicle crash around 2:40 a.m. Sunday.
Report: Des Moines Gay Bar VandalizedA gay bar has been vandalized again in Des Moines' East Village district. The Blazing Saddle co-owner Chris Bullen says a security recording shows a man tossing rocks and breaking a window a little after 4 a.m. Thursday. No injuries have been reported. The replacement window will cost a little under $200.
Iowa High School Opens 2 Gender-Neutral Bathrooms For Students, StaffA Des Moines public high school has opened two gender-neutral bathrooms for students and staffers. Theodore Roosevelt High School principal Kevin Biggs said Tuesday that two staff-only, single-toilet bathrooms no longer have symbols for males or females.
First Case Of Zika Virus Reported In IowaThe Department of Public Health announced Friday that the female victim, who wasn't named, tested positive for the virus. The agency says she's between 61 and 80 years old and had traveled in Central America, where the disease is being transmitted.
Iowa Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting 2-Month-OldA man in southern Iowa has been charged with sexually assaulting a 2-month-old girl.
Clinton, Sanders Have Tight Race In Iowa; O'Malley OutHillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were locked in a tight battle in Iowa's leadoff presidential caucuses Monday as the two rivals offered Americans a stark choice between political pragmatism and revolution. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, unable to turn it into a three-way race, ended his quest for the nomination.
Election 2016 Gets Underway With Iowa's Kick Off CaucusesAfter a long year of campaigning, Republican and Democratic presidential candidates face voters for the first time, battling in Iowa Monday for a boost toward the White House — or in many cases, simply a reason to stay in the race.
Twin Cities Students To Attend Iowa CaucusesThe 9th-through-12th graders will be observing and volunteering at the caucuses. They'll knock on doors in Des Moines neighborhoods, work at campaign headquarters and get a chance to interact with the candidates.
GOP Establishment Wondering If Trump Has Fans Or Voters In IowaIt's the No. 1 question headed into the primary season: Does Donald Trump merely have fans, or does the national front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination have voters who will mobilize come caucus day?

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