Name of Driver Involved in Harrison County Chase and Shooting Released

Iowa Department of Public Safety (DPS) has released the names of two people who were allegedly involved in a high-speed chase and shooting on Monday in Harrison County. The Car driver is 17-year-old Chauncy Jewett and the female passenger is 20-year-old Sydney Swanson. Both are from Sioux City, and now in custody. The incident started […]

New Process for Child Labor Work Permit Will Take Effect on June

Iowa Labor Commissioner Michael Mauro announced on Friday the new process in the child labor permit that would take effect on June 1. Now, the child labor permit process in Iowa will be easier, and have less ails as several steps have been eliminated of the previous procedure. Iowa Workforce Development offices and schools will […]

Child Abduction Response Team Formed in Iowa to Speed up Recovery Effort

The Iowa Department of Public Safety (DPS) has launched a Child Abduction Response Team (CART) to handle child abduction cases with better equipment and efficiency. The announcement about the CART program was announced on Friday. The CART has been formed as the consequences of some tragic incidents in Iowa such as abductions and murders of […]

Burlington Man Arrested On Charge of Killing Infant Son

A Burlington man was arrested on a charge of murdering his infant son. The Des Moines County Sherriff’s Office and the Division of Criminal Investigation arrested him on Wednesday at his home in Burlington. Randall Thomas Payne was charged with killing his 22 days old son Carter Joseph Payne on November 9, 2014. The Des […]

Law enforcement looks for Calmar Security State Bank Robbery Suspect

Law enforcement is looking for a 28 year old Postville man who has connection with bank robbery occurred at about 10:30am on Tuesday. The robbery was at the Security State Bank in Calmar. Tyrone Wilson was charged in relation to the incident and two search warrants were issued against him. He took an undisclosed amount […]

Sprint and Verizon to Give Refunds to Iowa Consumers

Sprint and Verizon, two of the three largest wireless carriers of the nation, will give refunds to consumers for unauthorized charges through mobile cramming. The two wireless carriers will pay to harmed customers through a combined $158 million joint state-federal settlement over claims. Consumers were charged $9.99 per month for premium text message subscription (PSMS) […]

Jayden Chapman Charged With Attempting To Flee and Assaulting Jailer

A Crawford County inmate tried to flee from the jail and attacked a jail staff on Monday. Inmate Jayden Ray Chapman now was accused of felony assault on a Jailer with the intention of injuring badly, and escape or trying to escape the custody. According to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office, the allegation will have […]

Supreme Court Awards Grants to Civil Legal Services for Low-Income Iowans

The Iowa Supreme Court has awarded more than $211,638 in grants to legal assistance programs for the fiscal year 2015-2016. The court approves the grants to fifteen non-profit organizations all over the state that help low-income Iowans with civil legal problems. The Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Account (IOLTA) program sponsors the grants. Including this year’s […]