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  • Mason City man accused of murder when he was 17 re-sentenced to life with parole July 22, 2016
    MASON CITY — The sentence of a Mason City man convicted of first-degree murder and first-degree robbery while he was a juvenile has been amended so that he could be eligible for parole in the future. 25-year-old Damion Seats was convicted in the 2008 shooting death of Isidoro Erreguin and received the then-mandatory sentence of
  • Former State Patrol sergeant charged with stealing narcotics has arraignment hearing set July 22, 2016
    MASON CITY — The arraignment hearing has been scheduled for a former Iowa State Patrol sergeant charged with repeatedly stealing prescription pills that were being stored as evidence. Michael Haugen was charged last month with falsifying a public document and third-degree theft. Investigators say Haugen removed pills from evidence bags from the patrol’s storage room
  • Worth County man killed in fall while working on wind turbine in central Iowa July 22, 2016
    HUXLEY, Iowa (AP) – Story County authorities have released the name of a man who was killed in a fall while working on a wind turbine. The accident occurred around 5:30 p.m. Thursday near Huxley. The man was working inside a wind turbine that’s under construction. Authorities say he fell about 40 feet and was
  • Trump mentions Iowan’s death while talking about illegal immigration July 22, 2016
    CLEVELAND — In his acceptance speech last night, Donald Trump recounted the story of a young Iowa woman who was killed in Omaha earlier this year by a drunk driver who was in the country illegally. The Republican presidential nominee warned of the violence America is facing and attributed part of the problem to the
  • Amid VP speculation Vilsack visits Missouri to talk about opioid epidemic July 22, 2016
    ST. LOUIS — Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack was in Missouri yesterday as speculation swirled about his chances of being Hillary Clinton’s running mate. Vilsack spoke at the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, a non-profit based in a St. Louis suburb. “Forty-four percent of Americans know someone who is using and misusing opioids

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