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Christian charity head admits using donations for sex habit

May 18, 2016 IOWA CITY — The president of a Christian charity in Iowa admitted that he embezzled nearly a half-million dollars in donations and used the money to pay for a sex addiction, federal prosecutors said... more »»

Police: Iowa student lied about being victim of hate crime

May 18, 2016 IOWA CITY — A black University of Iowa student lied about being the victim of a hate crime and was actually an aggressor during several drunken fights that began inside a bar, police said Tuesday. more »»

Wave of bombings in Baghdad kill 69

May 18, 2016 BAGHDAD — A wave of bombings struck outdoor markets and a restaurant in Shiite-dominated neighborhoods of Baghdad on Tuesday, killing at least 69 people, officials said — the latest in a string of... more »»

Suspect arrested in sexual assault case

May 17, 2016 A 20-year old Marshalltown man has been charged with third-degree sexual abuse (Class C felony) after he allegedly engaged in inappropriate sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl. more »»

Sodders joins T-R staff

May 17, 2016 Adam Sodders has joined the staff of the Times-Republican as a full-time reporter. more »»

Students’ pop-up restaurant a success

May 17, 2016 Entrepreneurship was in the air Monday morning as Vanessa Engel’s Extended Learning Program (ELP) class hosted a candlelit breakfast, complete with mood music, showcasing the meals they fixed as par... more »»

Man arrested in sexual assault incident

May 17, 2016 A 48-year old Marshalltown man has been arrested and charged with third-degree sexual abuse (Class C felony) by the Marshalltown Police Department. more »»

Board OKs Schutte’s contract

May 17, 2016 Theron Schutte was officially appointed as the new Marshalltown schools superintendent by the Marshalltown School Board Monday night. more »»

Marshalltown native running for U.S. Senate seat in Colorado

May 17, 2016 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Robert Blaha, who spent his youth in Marshalltown, has hopes to become the Republican nominee for the Colorado U.S. Senate seat up for contention this year. more »»

Travel on a tank of gasoline

May 16, 2016 By CHUCK FRIEND TIMES-REPUBLICAN Even though gasoline prices have fell to a much more affordable level, it is still nice to know that there are places families can get away to relax on just one tank... more »»

Epilepsy seminar scheduled

May 16, 2016 By SARA JORDAN-HEINTZ TIMES-REPUBLICAN Many misconceptions abound with the topic of epilepsy, a neurological disorder defined by recurring seizures that are not caused by another reversible medical... more »»

Confidence leads to success

May 16, 2016 Christopher Juarez-Perez, 9, may be quiet around those he is still getting to know, but once a person becomes his friend, he stops at no lengths to be kind, helpful and demonstrate the breadth of hi... more »»

Bike to Work Week begins Monday

May 15, 2016 Bicyclists Paul Alman and Charlie Smith of Marshalltown have been busy as of late. more »»

Grisly unsolved murder topic of presentation

May 15, 2016 The unsolved murder of Anna Wiese, a gruesome death which occurred 123 years ago in Vienna Township, located nine miles northeast of Marshalltown, is still the topic of much speculation, rumor and... more »»

Peace deal expected with armed Afghan group

May 15, 2016 KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghanistan is expected to finalize a peace deal with a notorious militant group in the coming days, in what could be a template for ending the 15-year war with the Taliban, a... more »»

Vermont to require drug makers to explain price increases

May 15, 2016 MONTPELIER, Vt. — Vermont is poised to become the first state requiring drug companies to explain their price increases, and Bob and Deborah Messing think that’s a good idea. more »»

Prosecutors to wrap up case in slaying of 2 sisters

May 15, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Prosecutors are expected to wrap up their case Monday in the western Pennsylvania trial of a man charged with robbing and killing two sisters of an Iowa state lawmaker two years ago. more »»

Big rallies or quiet voters? Is Clinton low on enthusiasm?

May 15, 2016 DES MOINES — Rock concert rallies versus intimate town halls. Adoring groupies versus dutiful voters. Sweeping promises versus targeted proposals. more »»

 
 
 

 

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