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Police: Hedrick Woman Resisted Arrest, Kicked Officer

Ottumwa police say a southeast Iowa woman with an active arrest warrant attempted to flee and kicked law enforcement while resisting arrest on Thursday. 19-year-old...

Wapello Republicans Offer to Take Flags Unfit for Flying

For the 20th year, the Wapello County Republican Party is offering to respectfully dispose of U.S. flags. According to a press release, on Saturday, May...

Trial of Ottumwa Murder Suspect Begins

The trial of an Ottumwa man accused of breaking into a home and murdering a person in the residence began Wednesday. Preston Martin, 41,...

Ottumwa Man Charged With Harassment

An Ottumwa man is facing harassment charges stemming from an incident on May 11. According to court documents, at around 7:33 p.m. on May 11,...

Appanoose County Suspect Captured, Faces Numerous Charges

The Appanoose County Sheriff's Office says a suspect accused of assaulting a deputy has been apprehended and faces numerous charges. The search for David Boley...

Ottumwa Woman Accused of Driving Drunk with Children in Car

An Ottumwa woman was arrested after police say she was driving drunk with her children in the vehicle. 33-year-old Maibel Delgado Rodriguez has been charged...

Eldon Man Charged In Saturday Burglary

An Eldon man is facing several charges related to an alleged burglary on Saturday afternoon. According to a press release, on Saturday, May 14, at...

City Receives $500,000 Grant For Main Street Apartments

The City of Ottumwa has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the IEDA for an apartment project on Main Street. According to a press release,...

Authorities Search for Suspect Accused of Attacking Appanoose County Deputy

A manhunt in rural Appanoose County is in progress after authorities say a deputy is in the hospital following an attack by a suspect. According...

City of Ottumwa Releases Pit Bull Ban Poll Results

The city of Ottumwa released the results of a poll that was administered to the public two weeks ago. The poll's topic was the city's...