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  • Hampton woman arrested on child endangerment charge May 25, 2016
    HAMPTON — A Hampton woman has been charged with child endangerment and willful injury. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department says they received a call shortly after 11 o’clock on the evening of May 14th requesting medical assistance at 1390 Lark Avenue in rural Hampton. A five-year-old girl was found unconscious and was transported to Franklin
  • Minnesota man accused of sexual abuse in Clear Lake pleads not guilty May 25, 2016
    CLEAR LAKE — A Minnesota man has pleaded not guilty to a sexual abuse charge after an incident in Clear Lake almost three years ago. 23-year-old Javier Sanchez of Climax Minnesota was charged by Clear Lake police with third-degree sexual abuse after allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old girl in August 2013 at a residence
  • Stacyville man convicted of injuring police dog loses appeal of his case May 25, 2016
    STACYVILLE — A Stacyville man found guilty of interference with a police service dog has lost an appeal of his case in the Iowa Court of Appeals. 60-year-old Gary Eggers was charged after the Mitchell County Sheriff’s Department accused Eggers of injuring their K-9 dog Winnie while Eggers was being arrested on a charge of
  • Economist: Government regulation to blame for region’s lackluster economy May 25, 2016
    OMAHA — Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says the Midwest’s manufacturing sector is lackluster while agriculture and energy are slipping into negative territory. Goss blames too much government regulation for the sluggish productivity he’s seeing in Iowa and across the nine-state region.  “You’ve got this bailing out of solar energy companies, the war on coal,
  • Cedar Rapids may turn to hunters in battle with growing goose population May 25, 2016
    CEDAR RAPIDS — Cedar Rapids city leaders may allow hunters to help combat a rampant goose population. The city council has approved the first of three readings that would allow hunters to shoot geese in parts of Cedar Rapids’ southwest side. Joel Johnson, whose property would qualify for hunting under the amendment, told KCRG-TV the

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