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Iowa reports another 804 positive COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths

DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa health officials reported Sunday the state confirmed 804 more COVID-19 cases and four new deaths. The new numbers raise the state’s totals since the coronavirus pandemic began to 86,229 confirmed cases and 1,315 COVID-19 deaths. The state said its numbers during the ...

Police: 1 shot and killed, 7 wounded at biker gathering

WATERLOO (AP) — Gunfire erupted early Saturday at a gathering of motorcycle clubs in Iowa, killing one person and wounding seven others, authorities said. About 100 people were at the gathering inside a building in Waterloo when there was “some kind of confrontation shortly after 3 a.m., ...

Iowa officials ID body found in burning ditch near Kellogg

KELLOGG (AP) — Authorities have identified a man whose body was found last week in a burning ditch in rural central Iowa. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation said the body is that of Michael Williams, 44, of Grinnell. His body was found after authorities were called around 5:30 p.m. ...

Man charged in Sioux City stabbing

SIOUX CITY (AP) — A Sioux City man has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder in a stabbing earlier this month that left one man dead and injured a woman. Michael Landrum, 54, was charged Friday in Woodbury County for the Sept. 11 stabbings of Salahadin Adem, 37, and ...

Number of coronavirus cases in Iowa tops 80,000

DES MOINES (AP) — The number of coronavirus cases in Iowa has exceeded 80,000. State health officials reported 881 new virus cases as of 10 a.m. Sunday to give Iowa 80,009 cases since the pandemic began. There was also one additional death reported since Saturday at 10 a.m., giving the state ...

Iowa DNR reports busy year for pheasants, hunters

By ERIN JORDAN The Gazette —An AP Exchange story CEDAR RAPIDS — This may be a banner year for pheasant hunting in Iowa with both the number of birds and the number of hunters predicted to be the highest in a decade. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ annual roadside survey of ...

Des Moines says no to governor’s demand for classroom return

By SCOTT McFETRIDGE Associated Press DES MOINES — Students in Iowa’s largest school system are facing the possibility that this most unusual school year could stretch into next summer, and the district could be hit with crippling bills because of a dispute with the governor over the ...

Iowa virus cases surge by over 1,200 and deaths rise by 10

DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa coronavirus infections grew by 1,259 confirmed cases on Friday with 10 additional deaths. The state now has more than 78,000 confirmed cases, and the total number of deaths since March has risen to 1,258. While trends have generally been improving in many locations, ...

Branstad steps down as US ambassador to China

By KEN MORITSUGU Associated Press BEIJING — The U.S. ambassador to China will step down early next month, ending a three-year tenure marked by a trade war and increasingly bitter relations between the world’s two largest economies. Terry Branstad, appointed by President Donald Trump in ...

Cause of Iowa man’s suspicious death ruled undetermined

SERGEANT BLUFF (AP) — Iowa authorities have revised the cause of death of a northwest Iowa man to “undetermined” after initially investigating the case as a homicide, the Iowa Department of Public Safety reported Monday. David Davenport, 66, died Oct. 25 of severe head trauma after ...