Iowa supreme court justices take their case load on the road. the seven justices heard arguments on a drunk driving case from northwest Iowa on the Morningside college campus Tuesday night. The justices say the state Supreme Court has made it a mission to get out into communities and show people how Iowa's highest court works. Wednesday morning, the justices will head to high schools in Sioux City, Sloan, Mapleton, and Ida Grove to share their experience with students.
Woodbury County Supervisors have approved $3.4 million in cuts to the next fiscal budget. The spending plan includes a drop in tax rates for people who live in cities, but an increase for rural residents to help pay for bridge repairs. Mental health services took one of the biggest hits during the budget process, losing more than $650,000.
Students at Gehlen Catholic High School in Le Mars have a better appreciation for the process of picking a new pope. They staged a mock conclave in the classroom on Tuesday and voted on secret ballots for one of 16 cardinals. As was the case at the Vatican, no candidate received two-thirds of the necessary vote. They'll try again Wednesday.
Arnolds Park Amusement Park has invested $250,000 so far to replace part of the track on this nearly 90-year-old ride.More >>
Another sign that summer is almost here, Arnolds Park Amusement Park is getting ready to open. When it finally comes, the 13th oldest roller coaster in the world will deliver a less "rickety" ride.More >>
Download the NEW KTIV Storm Team 4 Weather App for Android and iOS (Apple) phones and tablets for your chance to win a snow thrower from Ariens. Sign up now through January 22nd, 2013 for your chanceMore >>
Get the new "KTIV Storm Team 4" weather app now. You'll enjoy interactive radar with storm tracking tools, video forecasts, severe weather push alerts and much more.More >>
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