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Two, a friend of Iowa's youngest convicted killer, Kristina Fetters, says she was able to earn forgiveness from her family during her final days.
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Habhab died at his home yesterday morning, a sudden passing that left the Fort Dodge Parks and Recreation Department family both shocked and saddened.
Ft. Dodge officials are trying to place dozens of cats and dogs after police say they were kept in filthy conditions.
Fort Dodge Police Chief Tim Carmody has accepted the job of police chief in Council Bluffs, City Manager David Fierke confirmed Monday night.
Fort Dodge Police recovered close to 60 animals from 310 and 312 G St. after learning of alleged animal neglect Saturday.
According to the Iowa Insurance Division, Johnson was a licensed securities agent and investment advisor in Iowa from 1984 until 2012.
The Board of Directors of the Fort Dodge Historical Foundation with the Fort Museum & Frontier Village extends a sincere thank you to all the people who bought tickets for the "Support Your Fort" dinner.
According to data compiled by the Fort Dodge Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Iowa High School Girls State Softball Tournament is an economic home run for the community.
The final concert of the 2014 summer season by the Karl L. King Municipal Band of Fort Dodge will be held today at the Karl L. King Bandshell in Oleson Park.
Three blocks of First Avenue South in downtown Fort Dodge will be closed Monday and will remain off limits to traffic for a couple of months as the creation of the crosstown connector begins.
State Senate hopeful Tim Kraayenbrink was joined by some of Iowa's Republican leaders Saturday night in Webster County as he rallied support for his campaign, which emphasizes fewer regulations and better schools.
You've got the urge to play miniature golf but outside it's pouring rain. Or perhaps it's the dead of winter.
Someone shot a 17-year-old male outside his home in the 800 block of Fourth Avenue North early Saturday morning, according to officials with the Fort Dodge Police Department.
A 17-year-old has been released from Trinity Regional Medical Center after being shot in the forearm early Saturday morning, according to a press release.
Donations are being accepted for the Gone, But Not Forgotten memorial that will be dedicated to those who fought in Vietnam from 1959 to 1975.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:29 am
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