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Iowa football player facing OWI charge

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According to the Iowa City Arrest Blotter, an Iowa Hawkeyes football player was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated this weekend. 

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TRACKING: Windy Monday, chance of light snow and flurries

Another chance for flurries and light snow tracks in Sunday night and Monday, especially across northeast Iowa.

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Commentator behind 'It's OK To Be White' speech due in court

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A conservative commentator who grabbed a woman after she took a copy of his University of Connecticut speech titled "It's OK To Be White" is set to make his first court appearance. 

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Trump rails against news media after reporting corrections

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President Donald Trump is again railing against the news media, calling them a "stain on America."

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Gold coin worth $1,200 left in SC Salvation Army kettle

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An anonymous person dropped a single gold coin worth about $1,200 in a Salvation Army kettle in South Carolina.

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Fireworks sales begin for New Year's holiday

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For the next three weeks Iowans can buy fireworks, but setting them off depends on where you live.

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`Very abnormal' December snowfall in the South

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No snowfall records were broken, but the National Weather Service says the heavy snowstorm that hit Georgia late last week was a surprise. 

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Convoy of wreaths headed for Arlington National Cemetery

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A convoy loaded with Christmas wreaths has left Down East Maine for a weeklong journey to Arlington National Cemetery, where the wreaths will adorn tombstones this holiday season. 

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Southern California fires causing unhealthy air

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Officials say smoke from wind-whipped wildfires is causing unhealthy air for large swaths of Southern California. 

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Littering, spitting no longer carry jail time in Sioux City

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Tossing trash on the ground or spitting on the sidewalk will no longer carry the possibility of jail time in Sioux City.

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Officials: Whales, after deadly year, could become extinct

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Officials with the federal government say it’s time to consider the possibility that endangered right whales could become extinct unless new steps are taken to protect them.

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Littering, spitting no longer carry jail time in Sioux City

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Tossing trash on the ground or spitting on the sidewalk will no longer carry the possibility of jail time in Sioux City.  

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Survey finds medications accumulating in Minnesota lakes

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University of Minnesota professor Bill Arnold says a survey of Lake Pepin, Lake Winona in Alexandria and the Duluth harbor found 10 common antibiotics present in the sediment.

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VIDEO: Grannies have a ball in basketball league Video included

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These grannies have game!  More>>

Waterloo Police Department takes part in 'Cops and Kids' event

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This weekend, more than 40 Waterloo Police Officers took part in the 4th annual 'Cops and Kids Christmas' shopping event. 

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9-year-old sends "life savings" and note to University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital Video included

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A 9-year-old from Indianola sent his "life savings" to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital after being inspired by the wave this season.  

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Texas woman found guilty in fatal Davenport crash

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A Texas woman has been found guilty of vehicular homicide for a Jan. 30 Davenport crash that killed 53-year-old Cynthia Elaine Jones.

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Iowa man charged with attempted murder Video included

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An Iowa man is charged with attempted murder after stabbing another man multiple times.  

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Rockwell City provides insurance for slain officer's family

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The City Council in Rockwell City has voted to provide health insurance to the family of a police officer killed in the line of duty in 2013.

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