(Des Moines, IA) -- A bill under consideration in the Iowa House creates a new charge for driving at an "excessive" speed and causing someone else's death.
Other stories from across the region
(Jefferson City, MO) -- Missouri senators heard testimony Tuesday at the Statehouse that suggests more there have been more bear sightings in mid-Missouri.
(Jefferson City, MO) -- An $18 million federal grant will help 32 Missouri K-12 school districts boost literacy among children birth through Grade 12.
(Ames, IA) -- The Iowa Department of Transportation has updated the rules for odometer disclosure statements when you sell a car or truck to align with federal changes that started with the new year.
(Des Moines, IA) -- The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) released a statement saying they continue to be in close communication with their federal partners about more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine coming to the state.
(Washington, DC) -- About 500 soldiers with the Missouri National Guard are in Washington, D-C, to help provide security for Wednesday’s inauguration ceremony.
(Des Moines, IA) -- A report from the State Auditor's Office finds maintenance workers improperly billed Des Moines Public Schools for $200,000 worth of expenses for building supplies and personal items like snacks, cigarettes and ammunition.
(Terre Haute, IN) -- The 52-year-old Kansas woman found guilty of killing an expectant mother in Skidmore more than 16 years ago has been executed by the federal government.
(Coon Rapids, IA) -- Authorities in west-central Iowa say a 14-year-old girl stole a Coon Rapids police car and led them on a high-speed chase Sunday afternoon.