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A man named God has settled a lawsuit with Equifax and plans to buy a new BMW.
The detour while this work is ongoing will be from 4th to 11th Avenue West...
The legal authority for the NSA's collection of phone records and other data expired after the Senate failed to pass legislation extending their powers.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's disaster film rocked the North American box office in its opening weekend.
The Secretary of State broke his leg while cycling a portion of the Tour de France route in the Haute Savoie region.
A man sentenced for stalking Mila Kunis is still at large.
The fourth novel in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" romance series will be released on June 17,
Tracy Mogran is still recovering after a limo crash with a Wal-Mart truck.
U.S. construction spending climbed in April to the highest level in more than six years.
The RAGBRAI Route Inspection Pre-Ride Team is taking off from Storm Lake this morning.
The Spencer School District is slated to offer free meals once again this Summer.
Planning is underway to cut the number of available campsites at the Leach Park Campground while improving their size and offerings.
Jimmie Johnson wins the Fed-Ex 400, finishing just ahead of Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne.
Austrian skier Nicole Hosp says she's retiring, less than four months after winning her 12th medal at a major championship.
Microsoft will roll out a mobile-friendly operating system in July.
Google is making it easier to manage your privacy controls, and find out how your information is being used.
Beau Biden passed away on Saturday after a battle with brain cancer.
Rod Parker farms near Cherokee and is a contract turkey producer who had Avian Influenza in his buildings. He talks about the process of being confirmed to now composting birds.
Colton Wickman of the Hawkeye FFA Chapter at West Bend-Mallard is featured this week.