Man pleads guilty to shooting attack on in-law's home in St. Charles Parish, gets 10 years
A man who fought with the U.S. Army in Afghanistan pleaded guilty Monday to shooting up and trying to burn down the home of his estranged wife’s father while she
What St. Charles County Could Learn from the British Response to Terror Attacks
By Greg Prestemon, CEO Unfortunately, terrorism has started to acquire a sense of routine. Every six months or so, some lunatic decides to drive a truck onto a sidewalk full of people, or detonate a bomb at a crowded event What we often don’t see—beyond a couple of “man on the street”-style interviews—is how regular people react to terror and tragedy. I just returned from travel in Ireland and the United Kingdom, including London. During our visit, I saw how communities and people…
Charles City woman claims $100,000 lottery prize
First of eight grand prizes available in new scratch game.
Charles City man's life sentence reduced to 20 years
An Iowa man who received a life sentence for firearms charges is now facing less time in prison.
Tosanak open house shows what's new
By Thomas Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org Tosanak opened with a race in the sun. The Tosanak Recreation Area had its open house Saturday morning. Sunshine and laughter filled the Floyd County park as children and adults enjoyed the pleasant May weather. A tram ride offered visitors the chance to see some the changes the park has gone through. “Today’s
WATCH: Hear how a Charles City woman reacted when she found out she's going to the Grammy Awards!
Sonia and Bob Hampton are going to the Grammy Awards courtesy of KIMT.
RRMR Special Olympics team takes home top ribbons
By Kate Hayden, email@example.com Three Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock students got to take home top ribbons after competing in the Special Olympics’ Northeast Spring Games at the University of Northern Iowa. Ean Nobbs and Morgan Jacobson each placed 2nd place in their respective softball throw competitions; Nobbs placed 4th and Jacobson placed 1st in the 50 meter
Boy, 10, raises funds to outfit city’s K-9 officers with tactical vest
A 10-year-old Indiana boy has become a hero to his heroes by raising the funds to outfit his local p...
More Than 3,100 CPS Students Benefit From City's K-3 Book Drive
More Than 3,100 CPS Students Benefit From City's K-3 Book Drive CINCINNATI -- The City of Cincinnati’s K-3 Book Drive has been a huge success due to the outpouring of support from across the city Thanks to the generous donations from AFSCME Council 8, the Half Price Book Store, City employees, and numerous community members, the City of Cincinnati collected 3,743 books in just a little over a week. This provided 3,143 local students in grades kindergarten through third grade with books and…
Harris: Facts unfolding in probe of alleged Smollett attack
Sen. Kamala Harris says she won't comment again on the investigation into a reported attack on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett until it's completed Speaking Monday to reporters in Concord, New Hampshire, during her first presidential campaign trip to the state, the U.S. senator from California says that "the facts are still unfolding" and that while she is "very concerned" about Smollett's initial allegation and it should…
Gardaí investigating alleged attack on girl (5) by three boys under 10
Girl has alleged she was taken to a shed on the grounds of a derelict property
Tip leads to alleged Cambridge shoplifter
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Commentary: Why Charles Murray was invited to Villanova
Given the recent protests of a Charles Murray lecture at Middlebury College in Vermont, and the injuries to the professor who interviewed him, some have asked why the Matthew J. Ryan Center at Villanova University has invited him to speak this week. What do we hope to achieve, they inquire, and, given the controversy, why haven't we rescinded the invitation?
Local investigation into air ambulance crash complete, questions remain as NTSB investigates
The Morton County Sheriff’s Office has completed its ground investigation into the fatal Bismarck Air Medical plane crash, but many questions remain as national aviation investigators continue their work.
Lorain High students learn duties of police officers
Staff at the Lorain Police Department is holding a week-long camp that teaches Lorain High School students what it’s like to be a police officer.
Top civil rights lawyer alleges racial profiling
PORTLAND — Oregon’s top civil rights lawyer filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against his boss and others in the state Department of Justice after learning that his colleagues surveilled his
Chuck Avery: Rules and duties for the family patriarch
For many the beginning of summer means it’s time to start planning for the family reunion.
What are gun rules for off duty cops?
Outrage — and questions — followed the public release of a video of an off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer shooting his gun during an argument Tuesday with neighborhood teens in Anaheim.Can law enforcement officers shoo
Special investigation: Why cops shoot
For years, no one could say with much certainty how many times police shot people in Florida. Now, in a one-of-a-kind investigation, the Tampa Bay Times has the answer.Why Cops Shoot is an unprecede
Investigators seek tips on Defiance arson
The Ohio Division of State Fire Marshal’s Fire and Explosions Investigations Bureau is seeking tips from the public regarding a garage fire that broke out Thursday in Defiance.