Atlantic Police are currently investigated an accident that occurred within the last hour (between noon and 1 p.m.) at Third and Linn Streets in Atlantic. No other details are available.

CLARINDA — An Adams County man faces assault and sexual abuse charges. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jacob Alan Blake, 50, of Corning on Saturday for assault with intent to commit sexual abuse, an aggravated misdemeanor, in Page County.

On Aug. 2, officials at the Cass County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of the animal abuse, cruelty and killing of two dogs in the area of rural Cumberland. These two dogs had been missing since July 27, and were found dead near a bridge on 660th Street, close to Tucson Road. The rear legs …

ATLANTIC — Daniel Warren Duranceau, of Atlantic, facing a trial on Tuesday, Aug. 2, has pled guilty to a charge of assault, a simple misdemeanor, was fined $105 and a no contact order in the case was extended for one year.

ATLANTIC — Two Atlantic men were charged with Class D felonies for breaking into a home in rural Atlantic and stealing firearms, pellet guns,longblows and more on June 5.


ATLANTIC — A trial date has been set for an Anita chiropractor who was charged with third degree sexual abuse. Chad Richard Faaborg, 47, of Exira, will have an arraignment on for Aug. 22, Pretrial conference will be Sept. 12 and trial will be Sept. 27. Also, a no contact order was filed on J…

DES MOINES - Sang Nguyen, 47, of Des Moines, was recently charged with one count of Insurance Fraud - presenting false information (Class D Felony) and one count of Application Fraud (Class D Felony) following an insurance fraud investigation by the Iowa Insurance Division’s Fraud Bureau.

The state of Iowa is in the process of applying for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) food benefits program to supply aid for children experiencing hunger during the summer months.  The state’s previous applications for the program were denied. The new application comes just weeks before many Iowa students will return to fall classes. […]

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Atlantic Police are currently investigated an accident that occurred within the last hour (between noon and 1 p.m.) at Third and Linn Streets in Atlantic. No other details are available.

AVOCA -- Avoca Main Street hosted a consultant from Main Street America to review the Main Street program’s progress and provide recommendations for the downtown. Main Street America is a national organization that seeks to revitalize downtowns through preservation-based economic development…


Atlantic will find more people buzzing around town, shopping and dining on Saturday, July 23. Participating Atlantic businesses will offer crazy summer deals during Discount Dayz, previously known as Crazy Dayz, shop local event.

The LC Clinic, a pregnancy medical clinic, officially opened its Atlantic location last month, and celebrated with a visit from the Atlantic Chamber Ambassadors and ribbon cutting on Thursday.

Atlantic- Cass Health officials welcome three new rheumatologists to Atlantic Medical Center, RHC. Dr. Thomas Schmidt, Dr. Gino Chesini, and Dr. Stephen Slade will provide rheumatology care to patients beginning this fall.

New Mexico prosecutors are amassing evidence they hope will convince a judge that the Afghan refugee suspected of killing four Muslim men should remain jailed pending his trial. Muhammad Syed is due in court Monday and a state judge will decide if he's enough of a danger to the community to deny him bond. Syed is charged with two killings and authorities say he the primary suspect in the other two. He has denied the allegations. Muslim community leaders say they're working with law enforcement to push for Syed's continued detention. They cite previous accusations of domestic violence against him and a 2020 tire slashing incident outside the local mosque.

The Ohio Highway State Patrol says an armed man who tried to breach the FBI’s Cincinnati office was shot and killed by police after he fled the scene and engaged in an hourslong standoff. A law enforcement official said federal investigators are examining whether the man, identified as 42-year-old Ricky Shiffer, may have had ties to far-right extremist groups, including the Proud Boys. The official said Shiffer is believed to have been in Washington in the days leading up to the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection and may have been present at the Capitol on the day of the attack. The official could not discuss details of the investigation publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

With graves marked only with numbers, not names, burial services were held for 11 more unidentified bodies found in Bucha. That's the town outside the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv which saw hundreds of people slaughtered under Russian occupation.  Under a grim gray sky, the two women and eight men were buried Thursday following their discovery in a mass grave near the town's Church of Andrew the Apostle. The 11th victim had been shot dead and found in a village 10 miles away. Another man who was shot dead but who was identified was also buried Thursday at the same cemetery. The civilian killings at Bucha have become a symbol of brutality of the war.

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — On a day of give and take, Western nations made more pledges to send arms to Ukraine while the European Union's full ban on Russian coal imports kicked in Thursday, adding to the sanctions against Moscow that intelligence claims are hurting its defense exports.

Thousands of Brazilians are rallying in defense of the nation’s democracy. The event was held Thursday at the University of Sao Paulo’s law school. It carried echoes of a gathering nearly 45 years ago when citizens amassed to denounce a brutal military dictatorship, which lasted two decades. At the rally, organizers read from documents supporting democratic institutions and the electoral system. While the letters don't mention President Jair Bolsonaro by name, they appear aimed at reining in the far-right leader as he seeks reelection.  Much like former U.S. President Donald Trump before him, Bolsonaro has repeatedly attacked the country's election system — without providing any evidence.