SIOUX CITY (AP)--A Sioux City man accused in the death of his 4-month-old daughter is to stand trial next year.
Twenty-year-old Paul Hill is charged with child endangerment in the death of his daughter, Tryniti, last February.
His trial was set this week for March 16 in Woodbury County District Court.
Police say Hill called 911, saying his baby wasn't breathing. She was taken to a Sioux City hospital, then transferred to a hospital in Omaha, Neb., where she died. Police say the child suffered multiple injuries.
Hill was arrested in Omaha. He was brought back to Iowa several days later.
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