The latest local news headlines from KCCI News 8.
Iowa authorities are searching for a missing girl.
The home came under fire after reports of its use of seclusion and restraint for children.
The two workers inside the lift were thrown out of the basket during the crash.
It looks like Des Moines electricity users will be paying a bit more each month to help cover a $42 million judgement against the city.
Crews arrived at the scene about 10 a.m. and have been battling the flames ever since.
The public is invited to attend.
Customers can meet with professional cuddlers for $60 an hour.
The van suddenly backfired and started filling with smoke.
The home sustained $150,000 in damage.
An Iowan bought Chompey then learned it wasn't allowed under Iowa law.
The mobile traffic enforcement cameras are moved around the city and county daily.
About 550 people have braved icy water for two good causes.
Authorities are investigating a crash that killed two 21-year-old men when their vehicle slammed into a tree.
Does the Perfect Pancake Pan live up to its promise?
The Des Moines City Council could raise its franchise fee on utility bills so it can pay back bonds issued to cover refunds on an illegally collected fee.
Public works officials and Iowa State Patrol troopers are urging drivers to slow down after the season's first snowfall caused dozens of accidents around the state.
Merle Hay Mall in Des Moines offered a unique opportunity for families who have children with special needs to see Santa Claus.
Crashes were reported across Iowa.
Officials say the incident involved an 80-year-old registered sex offender.
The cat was spotted in an area near home with children, officials say.