- Local News
Steele sentenced to 20 years
Lincoln James Steele, 22, of Pella, pled guilty to two counts of lascivious acts with a child this morning and was immediately sentenced to 20 years.
Grassley believes FCC policy violates First Amendment
Last may, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed a program in which it would bring people into America's newsrooms. A field test for this program is scheduled to launch in South Carolina in the Spring, but Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley believes this is a violation of the First Amendment.
Tow ban lifted
Marion County's tow ban has been lifted.
- Knoxville snow ordinance in effect after 8 The City of Knoxville's snow ordinance goes into effect at 8 p.m.
Tow ban in place
The Marion County Sheriff's Office has a tow ban in place.
Central to host Political Science convention
Political Scientists from throughout the state will be coming to Marion County next weekend, as Central College hosts the Iowa Association of Political Scientists' annual convention and program.
Parent-Teacher Conferences Canceled
Knoxville Schools' Parent-Teacher Conferences scheduled for the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 20, have been canceled.
Video: Loebsack tours KHC
Rep. Dave Loebsack toured Knoxville Hospital and Clinics Wednesday afternoon.
MidAmerican donates to City of Melcher-Dallas
MidAmerican Energy recently donated $1,000 to the City of Melcher-Dallas.
- Students take part in State Speech There were 10 Knoxville High School students who recently participated in the State Speech Contest. Speech is an activity for those who want to express their talents. The competition celebrates the art of voice and body. The contest is overseen by th
- More Local News Headlines
- Steele sentenced to 20 years