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officers "with a purpose". officer vanessa miller- a seven year veteran of the department- fired through the glass.. hitting bolinger. he was wounded, but didn't die right away. according to the six count lawsuit... the soon-to-be father wasn't a threat and the officers on scene never indicated they were in danger of bolinger. the family's attorney says that makes the use of lethal force unnecessary. 14:05:20 this police officer failed to account for the non lethal means for which she could handle the situation , the fact that she could have escaped the situation, the fact that she had a partner there and the fact that ryan did not need to be killed bolinger's family is seeking compensation for wrongful death, pain and suffering, loss of companionship, support for his daughter who was born after he died... among other damages. city attorney jeff lester issued a statement this afternoon... saying they have not been served with the complaint and are unable to comment on the specifics. he went on to note that the grand jury
declined to indict officer miller and the city is working to get all the fact and evidence for the jury in this case. osceola police arrested six people yesterday... as part of a human trafficking sting. they were all arrested at an osceola business. five of the accused are charged with prostitution. daveta williams is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while barred. all six are being held at the clarke county jail. four other departments helped the osceola p-d conduct the sting. the iowa state police say they are looking for this historic sign. the grounds keepers recently noticed the three-foot-long mackay hall sign missing from the front of the building. however...they says it could have disappeared anytime between august and october. the bronze sign is valued at about two-thousand-dollars. but the i-s-u police say it's got more sentimental value as it is was likely put up in 19-11 when the building went up. if you have any information... contact story county crime stoppers.
a des moines man says his car was stolen and the auto repair shop...it was sitting at.... should be held responsible. however the repair shop says the alleged crime did not happen on it's property channel 13's jodi whitworth has the story 132920 - im loosing out on work, i gotta pick up other younger siblings, da jour robinson says he's having a tough time making it from point a to point b these days. he says his car was stolen from an auto repair shop last week. 111119 - i went to pick up my car and i didnt see it on his lot where i had left it. he dropped his car off at sergeants garage on friday to be serviced. however mechinaics said the car could not be fixed that day due to extreme wheel damage. it was agreed the car would be
police are looking for a car similar to this one... it's a 2003, white buick lasaber with tinted windows. it's license plate number is dsj - 083. if you have any information contact authorities. an iowa hunter claims the d-n-r is damaging his reputation...and it's all over a trophy buck. some people are calling the buck joe franz killed in marion county the largest ever harvested on video... franz says he tracked the deer for months on his land and finally bagged it in october of 2014... now the department of natural resources has charged him with four counts of "hunting over bait"... claiming franz used artificial materials to lure the deer in... it's an accusation that franz says is not true. he's even sold his land in marion county to fight the case... knowing his reputation is on the line. 15:02-15:19 "i want to ensure that there's not another iowa hunter that has to endure the pain suffering my family and i had to incur 11 and a half months after i harvested this beautiful
d-n-r officials say each charge could carry a fine of nearly 200 dollars... franz also handed over his gun, bow, and the mounted trophy buck to the d-n-r... a preliminary hearing is expected in the next several weeks. the iowa utilities board says it wants people to sign up to speak at the upcoming public hearing for the bakken oil pipeline. the board expects a large number of people based on the thousand of letters it's already received. public comment will be taken thursday, november 12th from 9 to 5 at the boone county fairgrounds. those wishing to speak can call the board's general number 515-725-7300 during normal business hours tomorrow and friday. at the hearing the board will aim to alternate speakers...one for...then one against. a polk county judge has dismissed a lawsuit against governor branstad... over his decision to close to state mental health institutions.
the suit was filed in july by "afscme" president danny homan and about two-dozen state lawmakers. they claimed the governor didn't have the power to veto a bill... appropriating millions of dollars to keep the facilities open. both the clarinda and mount pleasant facilities shut down in june. the polk county health department says meat ingested at a luncheon caused dozens to become ill at roosevelt high school. 58 teachers and staff reported being sick after the lunch held on october 21st. the district canceled classes early the following day because so many staff members called in sick due to food poisoning. the health departments say it tested the food and conducts over 100 interviews. while it did find the source...the department isn't releasing who provided the food. the department also can't pin-point if the problem was in preparation or handling. two knoxville city council members who voted to move a controversial veterans monument were voted out of office last night. carolyn formanek finished 4th
candidate at-large race. trick kingerly, james lane and cal stephens were voted in as new members. formanek and verwers were two of the three council members who voted to move this display out of a public park and on to to private property. a washington d-c organization threatened to sue... claiming the cross violated the separation of church and state. those who voted in favor of moving the memorial say keeping it on public property could cost the city millions. the memorial will be moved after veterans day. the des moines city council is welcoming a new member to the group. linda westergaard won the ward two seat in yesterday's election. she received about 54-percent of the vote to beat opponent marty mauk. westergaard will replace bob mahaffey...who did not run for re- election. she was born and raised in ward two...and works at a realtor there. she'll get to work after being sworn in...in january. 14:45:16-14:45:35 neighborhood are very important. top priorty. keep our neighbors in the neighborhood,
come to ward two and see what a great place it is to work and live and play westergaard says she'll also work to get another fire station in the ward. meanwhile...mayor frank cownie...and council members chris coleman...and joe gatto were all re-elected last night. the weather is about to take a turn toward the chilly side... let's check in with chief meteorologist ed wilson for a
selling vintage-looking t-shirts and other apparel with college team logos. the plan is to keep its headquarters in ankeny...and build on the success it's seen in it's first store front...which is in iowa city. 14:14:47-14:59 the store is doing phenomenal, web sale expanding...ae grow and reach our goals quicker the company is looking to put it's next store in madison, wisconsin. the goal is to open it sometime next year. coming up...if you're like us... you still have gobs of halloween candy sitting around. coming up...where you can get rid of it...what kids will get in return...and how the donation will help fight juvenile diabetes. but first... clive residents are frustrated with a new change fema is planning to the flood map. who it'll impact...and why it's leaving homeowner with more questions
new federal maps are planning for a 500 year flood and could force hundreds of clive homes to take on flood insurance... residents are fighting back... demanding answers from fema... and theyll get there chance to ask a lot of questions tonight at a public meeting... channel 13s justin surrency explains why they're concerned. the story is new at five.
bill raine, a long time clive resident says hes always felt safe from flooding... 'because we had the 100 year flood and our neighborhood didnt flood...'but while his neighborhood stayed dry in 1993, new flood maps by the federal emergency management agency say nearly 200 additional clive homes including raines are in danger... its all left many clive residents in a state of confusion 'whats changed, where is this coming from'city leaders say one reason behind the new map developed by fema, new technology... 'the old maps from 1992 make it tough for folks to gauge and understand what the impacts are'what seems to be a simple precautionary measure 'this issue of flooding doesnt
floods' residents like raine say it will immediate effect them in a negative way flood or no flood... 'when you go to sell your home the value can take a dive with that need. its also going to cost quite a bit to purchase flood insurance...while it seems fema has been developing these new maps for years 'gosh its probably going on almost a decade now of modernizing maps and they are doing this across the country'residents say they dont agree at all with the timing of a 500 year flood plan... 'we could go back 3,000 years if we wanted and we are in the middle of a lake now'community members now hope wednesday evenings meeting will provide the answers that most are seeking... 'we are angry, you mess with someones home, their life in such a way' 'thats how we see it, we are very interested in seeing how
jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...'
coming up...it's one metro school helping another. next...what a group of fourth graders collected...and who it'll help this winter. if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change, think again. america's most innovative companies are already moving to clean energy using existing technology to improve their bottom line. now we need a plan to help businesses and families across america to save money on electricity
14:05:56-14:06:04 it's always inspiring to see a community come together to help another community. today one metro school is providing much needed items to another school in need. saint pius the tenth school in urbandale is working on paying it forward. today during mass.... the 4th grade students made a "shoes that fit presentation." each year the organization provides the school with tags for needed winter items by students at "holy family school" in des moines. the urbandale families spent last month collecting 26 pairs of boots, 20 pairs of shoes and over 50 coats. the also made a monetary donation...which added up to over 700 dollars. 14:08:00-14:08:17 it's inspiring, it's inspiring...make some incredible students lives much better thanks to their good deeds. 14:11:18-14:11:29 their chance to do this in a physical way...practice the
art of giving. six students from urbandale got to take the donation to holy family school. this is the 12th year for this event. it's a great way to help others...and you don't even have to buy anything! the juvenile diabetes research foundation wants you hand over your leftover halloween candy. the great candy swap...as it's called...runs through friday. kids can swap their candy for other fun...non-sugar... substitutes. j-d-r-f will use the donated candy as "thank you" gifts to corporate partners that support j-d-r-f year round. 15:20:51-15:21:08 november is national diabetes awareness...this cronic disease...fun items that
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