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American Red Cross Seeks Nominations of Local Heroes to Honor at Hy-Vee…
DES MOINES - The American Red Cross, Hy-Vee, University of Iowa and University of Nebraska are looking for those unheralded and unselfish citizens who have gone above and beyond in their everyday lives.
Local 5 Special Investigation: Video Games
Listen up moms and dads, grandmas and grandpas. It's time to get real when it comes to your kids… and VIDEO GAMES. And screen time in general – TVs, tablets, phones.
Ames "Accidental" Shooting Leaves One Male Dead
AMES - An Ames man is dead after he was shot in the head. The woman who lives with him says the gun was in her hand - but it was an accident.
Local meat locker closing at the end of the year
REDFIELD- For 78 years, the Redfield Locker has been a staple in Dallas County.
Branstad Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration For Flooding
DES MOINES - Gov. Terry Branstad is asking for President Obama to issue a Presidential Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance in connection to the severe flooding in September.
Widespread cyberattack takes down sites worldwide
A number of popular websites like Twitter and Netflix went down for some users on Friday in a massive cyberattack with international reach.
Affected sites included Twitter, Etsy, Github, Vox, Spotify, Airbnb, Netflix and Reddit.
Dyn, which manages website domains and routes internet traffic, experienced two distributed denial of service attacks on its DNS servers. A DDoS attack is an attempt to flood a website with so much traffic that it impairs normal service.
Central Iowa voting locations taking precautions amid fears of security concerns
DALLAS COUNTY - During this year's presidential race, there has been a lot of talk about voter fraud and security at the polls. But how likely is a cyber hack to occur?
Kinnick Stadium Approved For Major Renovation
IOWA CITY - It's a big day for Iowa football fans as Kinnick Stadium is getting a make-over.
Push to delay speaker election puts Ryan in political jam
In a renewed push that could put House Speaker Paul Ryan in a political jam, conservatives in the House are circulating a letter urging Republican leaders to delay the election that will determine whether Ryan keeps his gavel in the next Congress.
American vigilante hacker sends Russia a warning
An American vigilante hacker -- who calls himself "The Jester" -- has defaced the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in retaliation for attacks on American targets.
On Friday night, the Jester gained access to the Russian government ministry's website. And he left a message: Stop attacking Americans.
3,300 migrants rescued off Libyan coast
Rescuers came to the aid of 3,300 migrants and refugees off the coast of Libya in 24 operations Friday, the Italian coast guard said.
The rescue was a coordinated effort by the coast guard, the European Union Naval Force and nongovernmental organizations, the coast guard said via Twitter.
Seven bodies were recovered, it added.
Massive cyberattack turned ordinary devices into weapons
A cyberattack that took down large swaths of the internet around the world on Friday was carried out, in part, by unsuspecting devices connected to the internet.
Security firm Flashpoint said it believes that digital video recorders and webcams in people's homes were taken over by malware and then, without owners' knowledge, used to help execute the massive cyberattack.
Hundreds of thousands of devices appear to have have been infected with the malware.
ISIS kills hundreds in Mosul area, source says
ISIS rounded up and killed 284 men and boys as Iraqi-led coalition forces closed in on Mosul, the terror group's last major stronghold in Iraq, an Iraqi intelligence source told CNN.
Those killed Thursday and Friday were used as human shields against attacks forcing ISIS out of southern parts of Mosul, the source said.
ISIS dumped the corpses in a mass grave at the defunct College of Agriculture in northern Mosul, the intelligence source said.
Cameroon train crash: 70 killed, hundreds injured
About 70 people are dead and 300 others injured after an overloaded train derailed in central Cameroon, authorities said.
The train was carrying more passengers than usual when it derailed in Eseka on Friday, according to Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo'o, the transport minister.
A bridge had collapsed over a nearby highway, forcing more people to seek rail transport. The cause of the deadly derailment was not immediately known.
Powder at Clinton campaign HQ not hazardous
White powder that was sent to Hillary Clinton's campaign office in New York tested negative for harmful substances in a preliminary investigation, police said.
Clinton campaign workers had opened an envelope containing the white substance Friday, police said.
Trump makes 'closing argument,' again attacks accusers
Donald Trump on Saturday offered what his senior campaign aides billed as his "closing argument" in the presidential race just 17 days from its conclusion, rehashing his campaign's key policy planks to give voters a sense of his top priorities as president.
Kevin Meaney, comedian and actor, dies
Standup comedian and actor Kevin Meaney, who made numerous appearances on late-night TV and was famous for delivering the line, "That's not right," has died, his agent said Friday.
Meaney was found at his home in Forestburgh, New York, agent Tom Ingegno said. His age and the cause of death weren't immediately known.
Meaney was scheduled to perform Saturday night in Rhode Island, according to his website.
'The Walking Dead' creator on crafting a 'zombie movie that never ends'
"The Walking Dead" and its hoard of zombies trudges its way to a seventh season Sunday, and if it was up to Robert Kirkman, the undead would keep walking until the end of the time.
Kirkman, the executive producer of the AMC show -- and the creator of the comic series it is based on -- told CNN at New York Comic Con earlier this month that the series represents a dream of his.
Lady Gaga wrote song about Trayvon Martin for new album
Lady Gaga is opening up about what could become one of the most talked about songs on her new album, "Joanne."
In an interview with Beats 1 on Thursday, the singer spoke about penning "Angel Down," a song about 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, whose shooting death in 2012 launched the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Grammy Award-winning performer said she wrote the track in response to "the epidemic of young African-Americans being murdered in this country."
Kim Kardashian's quiet 36th birthday
Last year, Kanye West rented a movie theater and threw his then-pregnant wife a massive 35th birthday bash.
Don't look for something like that this year.
Kim Kardashian West looks to be leaving the public celebration of her 36th birthday to others.
The reality star continues to remain under the radar after being robbed in Paris.
She's remained out of the limelight - both publicly and on social media - since the heist on October 3.
Kanye West heated about Tidal vs. Apple
Leave it to Kanye West to give it to you straight, no chaser.
The rapper is once again venting about streaming music services that have apparently put him "Through the Wire."
Back in July, West was on Twitter seemingly trying to negotiate a deal where Apple Music would buy rival Tidal.
"I need Tim Cook, Jay Z, Dez, Jimmy, Larry, me and Drake, Scooter on the phone or in a room this week!!!" West tweeted.
'Logan' trailer serves up moody Hugh Jackman
The new trailer for 20th Century Fox's "Logan" has officially arrived, but as the titular character mentions in the footage, the "X-Men" world we knew is no longer what it was.
The trailer sets the stage for what could be the most somber movie in the Wolverine franchise yet.
Eminem blasts Donald Trump in new single
WARNING: This story contains graphic language.
Eminem is back and his tongue is sharper than ever.
The rapper on Wednesday unveiled a brand-new song titled "Campaign Speech." The 8-minute, no-frills track takes on everyone from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to George Zimmerman.
Marvel unveils 'Guardians of the Galaxy' sequel teaser
Marvel fans: Get your dancing shoes ready because the "Guardians of the Galaxy" are back in your universe.
Disney's Marvel Studios revealed a first look at "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" on Wednesday in a teaser trailer featuring the rag tag team of space heroes.
Brief glimpses of the Guardians pop up throughout the trailer with Blue Swede's "Hooked on a Feeling" playing in the background. Much like the first film, the sequel's teaser showcases the action and fun of the original.
Emu lassoed on Arizona highway
It's not the usual type of suspect Arizona State Troopers take into custody -- this capture involved a long-legged big bird, wandering the highway.
Police were alerted after an emu was spotted on the Interstate 10 on Friday.
"Wild day on I-10 west of Phoenix. Emu on the loose!!" Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Quentin Mehr tweeted.
Authorities said the animal crossed the median and onto the dirt shoulder of the roadway, where it was safely contained.
Postal worker caught dumping mail in woods
Waiting for the mailman to bring you something? Well, you might be waiting awhile for it if you live in one Atlanta suburb.
A woman videotaped a US Postal Service worker earlier this week dumping bin after bin of mail in the woods behind her subdivision in Decatur, Georgia.
North Korea opens zoo, exhibits smoking chimp
North Korea's capitol city of Pyongyang has opened a zoo and made the most popular attraction a smoking chimpanzee named Azalea, The Associated Press reports.
Man arrested for attack with frozen chicken
Chicago police have arrested a man who attacked a bus driver and a passenger -- with a bag of frozen chicken.
Why the fowl play?
Because, police say, he was trying to flirt with a woman, and she wasn't having it.
The incident happened last week on a Chicago Transit Authority bus.
Police say Caleb Russell, 27, wasn't happy the woman didn't respond when he tried to talk to her. So he allegedly started hitting her with the bag of chicken.
Target removes clown masks after series of creepy clown sightings
Scary clowns have gotten a little too real for Target.
Two weeks before Halloween, the company is pulling some clown masks off its shelves and out of its online store after sightings of menacing clowns across the country.
Pilot spots sharks from above to save surfers
The Cape Cod National Seashore is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States, but it's also known for its abundance of great white sharks.
"Jaws" was filmed on nearby Martha's Vineyard, adding to the local shark lore.
Thousands of seals call the shoreline their home. And where seals go, sharks go.
Alligator weighing 900 pounds caught
An alligator caught in Texas is being called the largest gator ever caught in the state, weighing around 900 pounds and measuring 13 feet, 8 inches.
The alligator was living in Champion Lake in the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge in Dayton when it was wrangled, Dallas News reported.
Plaid dress passed on for 50 years
This is the story of a little red and green plaid dress and a family tradition it started.
In 1965, Janice Parker bought the dress for her oldest daughter Diana from a small department store in then-Wayfare, Minnesota.
For some reason, Diana took an instant liking to it. And when picture day came around for her Kindergarten class, that was her dress of choice.