On Thursday at 2:00 p.m., July 7, 2011 a meeting at the Arts Center at Iowa Western Community College will provide information for public organizations that have incurred costs in flood prevention efforts.
New developments in a story reported first by Channel Six News two weeks ago. A 13 year old boy accused of participating in the sexual assault of a five year old girl has been ordered back into detention.
Crews have identified the body of a swimmer who dove into a central Iowa lake and never resurfaced. Authorities say the body of 24-year-old Mohammad Ashrafi of Marshalltown was discovered Monday night.
The federal judge who will preside over Roger Clemens' perjury trial says he probably will not permit the pitcher's former teammates on the New York Yankees to give testimony aimed at bolstering the credibility of Clemens' former trainer, now a major prosecution witness.
Turkish prosecutors have begun questioning 12 suspects among some 60 detained in an alleged match-fixing scandal that has shaken the country's soccer league and implicated national champion Fenerbahce.
Two visitors from North Carolina were killed during the holiday weekend in a boating accident. The Nebraska Game & Parks Commission says the victims were on a tube which collided with a pontoon boat at Sherman Reservoir.
Former Husker softball player Peaches James was among a group of 12 prominent athletes chosen for induction into the Nebraska Black Sports Hall of Fame this month. James will be formally enshrined on July 30 at the sixth annual hall of fame dinner, held at the North Omaha Boys and Girls Club.
When private owners hired a contractor to blow up a portion of a levee Friday, people panicked. Pottawattamie County Attorney Matt Wilber understands why. Many county officials were surprised to hear the news as well. On Tuesday, he reiterated that there was no crime.
A somber reminder of the importance of Independence Day in Council Bluffs Monday morning. Three months after his death in Afghanistan, Brenna Maher unveiled her husband's name on the veterans wall in Council Bluffs' Bayliss Park.
Highway 30 between Blair, Nebraska and Missouri Valley, Iowa will remain open Tuesday. Crews planned to close it at 8:30am Tuesday so they could continue the installation of flood barrier walls. The work, which was expected to last two days, has been delayed.