A 37-year-old Bettendorf man will spend 10 years in prison for possessing child pornography. A U.S. District Court judge sentenced Andrew Thomas Zinngrabe after he pleaded guilty to receiving and distributing child pornography in April of 2015. Investigators downloaded a file from Zinngrabe that had 100 images of child pornography in it. They searched his […]
A musical act that’s redefined the sound of the Christmas season for many Iowans holds its first of three Iowa concerts tonight. Chip Davis, the founder of Mannheim Steamroller, says they’re keeping a dizzying pace that even Santa’s magical reindeer would have a hard time matching. “During this Christmas season, just in five weeks, we […]
The first shotgun deer season opens Saturday across Iowa, and DNR deer biologist Andrew Norton says the weather has a big impact on the success of the hunt. He says people don’t want to sit very long in extremely cold weather, rain makes things a little hazardous. Norton says snow is a mixed bag as […]
All 902 plow trucks owned by Iowa Department of Transportation now are on a new GPS system. Craig Bargfrede heads winter operations for the DOT. He says this new system allows vehicles to gather all sorts of data, which the DOT will now be able to use for clearing Iowa’s roadways of snow and ice […]
Agricultural industry officials in Iowa who are struggling to find workers are being encouraged to reach out to veterans. Lori Culler, founder of the company Ag Hires, says there’s a shortage of farm-related labor across the country and veterans can fill many of those open positions. “We are seeing a huge trend for farms and […]