UNI faculty leader Amy Petersen announces run for Senate District 30
Petersen is a Cedar Falls native and professor of Special Education at the University of Northern Iowa.
TwinSpires will refund some win bets on Maximum Security after controversial Kentucky Derby
Some bettors who laid money down on Maximum Security to win in the Kentucky Derby could be eligible for a refund from TwinSpires.com.
Denver mother wants law changed after son dies following treatment by allegedly high doctor
DENVER - A Denver woman whose 10-year-old son died minutes after an emergency room visit is making a heartfelt plea to state legislators: make the records of disciplined doctors public. This mother said that information could have saved her son's life, but medical professionals are fighting back.
Attack on Los Feliz Laundromat Owner Caught on Camera
The owner of a Los Feliz laundromat says he was was beaten during an attack at his business last Sunday. Carl Swanson told KTLA a nearby bar has long been a source of problems in the neighborhood, and he has had enough. Mary Beth McDade reports for the KTLA 5 News on May 17, 2019.
Casnovia Township public hearing on Muskegon County wind farm
Muskegon County could soon have a wind farm in Casnovia Township.
One dead, two injured in traffic accident near Freer
According to Texas Highway Patrol Sgt. Nathan Brandley, 42-year-old Cesar Israel Trevino of Laredo died in a three vehicle accident that occurred just before 7 p.m. Thursday on U.S. Highway 59, about 8.5 miles southwest of Freer.
Primary care doctor for woman who gave birth at Hacienda HealthCare identified, suspended
Sources close to the case confirmed with Arizona’s Family on Tuesday that Dr. Thanh Nguyen was the primary care doctor for the woman who gave birth at Hacienda HealthCare late
A retired coal miner shares his story and hopes for the future
Throughout the course of the 2016 election, now-President Donald Trump made several promises to coal miners to revive the once booming industry.Over 70 coal mining towns are now abandoned, but still standing as a stark reminder of what the decline of the i
Wedding Rings, Cremated Ashes of Man’s Wife Stolen in Monrovia Burglary
A Monrovia man mourning the death of his wife lost her cremated remains, along with their wedding rings, in a home break-in on Friday. The thief or thieves broke into the home about 11:30 a.m. Friday in the 300 block of East Foothill Boulevard, Monrovia Police Department Lt. Patty Newton said. Several items were taken in the break-in, but some of them were irreplaceable. The cremated ashes of his wife, which were stored in a glass, heart-shaped container, as well as the wedding rings the couple wore for 15 years, were taken.
MnDOT: I-35, I-90 likely to remain closed until Monday morning
MnDOT said it could take a couple of days to get everything back to normal.