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Are those signs posted on poles good for business or just clutter?
Bullying from some players' parents and other critics of the program have driven two girls basketball coaches away from their coaching jobs.
The teen who pleaded guilty to killing his grandparents is sentenced.
Authorities are not ruling out foul play.
At one point, a group of more than 70 people surrounded a vehicle.
The legislation is meant to create incentives to help offenders get back on the right track, a lawmaker says.
The entire transition is expected to take about three years.
The man is accused of having sexual contact with a 15 year old.
The audit found $60,000 in improper or unsupported payments.
Includes the day-by-day schedule and when tickets go on sale.
The proposal is just in its earliest stages.
The new assignments were announced Tuesday.
Some 13 Hawkeye players were hurt during the high-intensity workout.
The woman says he wants to thank her biological mother.
A prosecutor says "one right hook to the chin knocked him out cold. Knocked him out permanently."
A person in a following car watched the whole thing unfold.
City officials say the plan hinges on help from the state.
The project would involve a Fortune 100 company that hasn't been formally announced.
A former student has donated $1.65 million to help restore the cheerleading squad.
An Iowa man has been sentenced in connection to crashing an SUV through a store at a mall.