The latest local news headlines from KCCI News 8.
Lola Blazek made it to safety just before the tornado struck her family’s century-old farmstead.
Police said if a citizen walking by hadn't called 911, the baby girl could have died.
The group was recognized for helping save the life of a Johnston High School baseball player who collapsed during a game in June.
Authorities are investigating an alleged sexual abuse incident that took place between two camp employees.
Story County authorities are searching for a woman they believe shot her uncle in the ankle with a shotgun.
The private transportation service Uber is expanding in Iowa.
The boy was playing with neighborhood friends when a bullet came from across the fence and struck him in the head.
More high-speed police chases are ending in deaths nationally, USA Today reports. But in Iowa, the number of fatal high-speed chases is dropping.
An Ames company is front and center in the development of an Ebola vaccine.
The Wagon Wheel Bridge has been closed to traffic for five years due to flood damage.
An attorney for a man accused of fatally shooting a 20-year-old woman inside an Iowa mall says he wants his client's upcoming trial to be moved to a different county.
The early morning fire destroyed most of the building, which was being renovated into apartments.
The most sober school? Brigham Young University for the 18th straight year.
Officials say residents in a small central Iowa community can resume drinking water from the local distribution system.
Video sent in by Mike Gillespie of the tornado two miles northwest of Williamson township on Sunday.
Gov. Terry Branstad is touting Iowa's progress with STEM education as he continues to defend his veto of some one-time education spending.
If you see the suspect or vehicle, you are asked to call police.
The document blasts the park service's stewardship of the Effigy Mounds National Monument.
University regents are scheduled to consider a proposal that could lead to adding a cremation garden.
It has been about five years since a man won $1 million in the Iowa Lottery Mega Millions game, and he mostly has kept the same lifestyle.