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- Knoxville snow ordinance in effect The City of Knoxville's snow ordinance is in effect.
Semis collide in southern Marion County
Two semi trucks were involved in an accident around 2:40 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 30.
Accident a good reason to get out of the road
Three vehicles were involved in two separate accidents around 7:40 a.m. Friday morning. Those involved refused transport, but the accidents could have been much worse.
Chinese national arrested for allegedly stealing trade secrets
United States Attorney Nicholas A. Klinefeldt announced the arrest of Mo Hailong, also known as Robert Mo, for conspiracy to steal trade secrets.
State files application for further review
Late yesterday, the Iowa Attorney General's Office, on behalf of the State of Iowa, filed an application for further review regarding the Court of Appeals' recent decision to throw out a District Court verdict of guilty in the sexual exploitation case against former Pella pastor Patrick Edouard.
NASCAR purchases Iowa Speedway
NASCAR, though its subsidiary Iowa Speedway, LLC, has been identified as the new owners of the Iowa Speedway.
Judge denies McGinnis application
Judge Brad McCall filed an order today, denying convicted murderer Steven Dean McGinnis' application for post-conviction relief.
Four elected to Chamber Board
Annie Leonard, Aaron Hubler, T. Waldmann-Williams and Rick Kingery will soon take seats on the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce Board.
Update: Helicopter dispatched to Tracy area
The Mercy One crew has been dispatched to the Tracy area in regard to a four-wheeler accident.
Hatch elected Mayor, Allspach-Kline ousts Kemp
According to unofficial election results, Brian Hatch has defeated incumbent Don Zoutte in Knoxville's mayoral election and Dawn Allspach-Kline was elected to the city council, defeating incumbent Elsie Kemp.
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