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  • Former Osage man who is a suspect in a Coralville mall shooting told officer he snapped November 25, 2015
    IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – A court document says a former Osage man accused of killing a woman at a Coralville mall told officers he “snapped” after getting a text from the woman that said she was breaking off their relationship. Twenty-two-year-old Alexander Kozak has pleaded not guilty to a murder charge in the fatal
  • North Iowa CSD kindergarten teacher pleads guilty to lesser charge in child sex abuse case November 25, 2015
    FOREST CITY — A kindergarten teacher for the North Iowa Community School District has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge as part of a child sexual abuse case. 62-year-old Allen Twait of Forest City pleaded guilty Tuesday to assault causing mental injury. Twait was arrested on February 28th and charged with lascivious acts with a
  • Clear Lake man loses appeal of his arson, drug, burglary sentences November 25, 2015
    CLEAR LAKE — A Clear Lake man has lost an appeal of his 55 year sentence to arson, drug and burglary charges. 26-year-old Michael Wilson pleaded guilty back in February to two counts of third-degree burglary as a habitual offender, one count of second-degree arson, one count of second-degree criminal mischief as a habitual offender
  • Clear Lake woman accused of stabbing boyfriend November 25, 2015
    CLEAR LAKE — A Clear Lake woman has been charged with stabbing her boyfriend. Police say they were called on Sunday morning to a medical situation at about 11:30. 37-year-old Shannon Cosgriff is accused of stabbing the victim multiple times with a knife. The victim did not suffer life-threatening injuries. Cosgriff has been charged with
  • Sentencing set for Mason City woman accused of spending phony money November 25, 2015
    MASON CITY — A Mason City woman will be sentenced in January after pleading guilty to a charge connected with attempting to pass counterfeit money. 38-year-old Tiffany Glaser was accused of using phony $20 bills to purchase candy, lottery tickets and beverages at two different Casey’s General Stores in Mason City on October 18th and

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  • STB Seeks More Information on Proposed Rules for Weekly Rail Performance Reports November 23, 2015
    In an effort to collect as much information as it can on proposed rules on railroad performance data reporting, the Surface Transportation Board earlier this month announced it will waive its prohibition on ex parte communications.
  • How the CME Makes Money November 19, 2015
    A recent Financial Times article takes a deep look at the CME Group. While it's one of the most profitable companies in America, it's not without its challenges.
  • Minnesota Expected to Produce Record Corn Crop November 16, 2015
    A bumper corn crop this year has forced some Midwest elevators to pile corn on the ground. Patriot Grain of Cleveland, Minnesota, was one of those elevators.
  • Ag Groups Disappointed; Will Continue to Advocate for SAFE November 9, 2015
    Some ag groups say they will continue to push for heavier truck weight allowances on the interstate highway system.
  • DDG Exports to China Ahead of Last Year November 4, 2015
    Exports of dried distillers grains to China may have declined month-to-month, but year-to-date exports to China are 30% higher than year-ago levels.
  • Shutdowns Threatened by Class 1 Railroads Averted November 2, 2015
    Congress last week passed legislation to extend the deadline for implementing positive train control by three years, to Dec. 31, 2018. The extension was welcome news to the rail industry, which had threatened slowdowns and/or shutdowns if the PTC deadline was not extended.