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Knoxville Homecoming Royalty Announced
At a pep rally this afternoon, the candidates for 2013 Homecoming King and Queen were announced.
Morgan Harrison has been found
Lt. Fuller of the Knoxville Police Department has informed the Journal-Express that missing Knoxville teen Morgan Harrison has been found and is in good health. This story is still developing, we will bring you more when it becomes available.
Police searching for missing Knoxville teen
Morgan Janeice Harrison, 15, of Knoxville, has been missing since yesterday. Police and her family are seeking assistance to find her.
Mitchell selected as next fire chief
Jim Mitchell has been selected as Knoxville's new fire chief. He will take over these duties on Sept. 23.
Update: Accident on Lincoln and Casey's
An accident occurred at approximately 4:09 p.m. Monday when a vehicle ran into another while pulling into traffic from the Casey's on the corner of Lincoln and Robinson.
- Early dismissal Monday Knoxville Schools will dismiss two hours early on Monday.
McGinnis, attorney testify
Convicted murderer Steven Dean McGinnis, along with his criminal trial attorney, Richard Phelps, testified in the closing portions of today's post-conviction relief hearing.
Swimming not recommended at North Overlook
Recent bacteria sampling at the North Overlook Beach shows elevated bacterial counts. The beach will be posted "Swimming Not Recommended" until further testing indicates low bacteria counts. Test results from the Whitebreast Beach and the main body of the lake had extremely low bacterial counts.All other Corps of Engineers recreation areas around the lake and below the Red Rock Dam are open at this time.
Longtime McGinnis psychiatrist not contacted
Dr. Bruce Sieleni testified this morning in the post-conviction relief hearing of Steven Dean McGinnis that, even though the doctor had treated McGinnis for years, defense attorneys in McGinnis' 2008 murder case never contacted him.
Branstad rejects bids for ICN
Governor Terry E. Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds today announced their intention to reject bids related to the sale of the Iowa Communications Network (ICN).
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