Army veteran, Garry Capers gets a new home from Habitat Charlotte.
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Five myths about the future of Obamacare
Both liberals and conservatives believe they are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel with the Affordable Care Act.
VIDEO: Mega Millions $636 million jackpot spurs charitable thoughts
The prospect of a $636 million jackpot for personal use may be alluring, but charity is also on the minds of people purchasing Mega Millions tickets before Tuesday night's big drawing. Samara Sodos talked to some people who were more interested in giving than receiving.
Centerville woman charged with ID theft, forgery
On Dec. 13 the Centerville Police Department arrested Tabatha Kay Kuehl, 26, at the Centerville Law Center. Kuehl was charged with identity theft and credit card forgery, both charges being aggravated misdemeanors, according to a Centerville Police D
Winter weather forecast for Thursday
A winter storm is expected to hit Iowa later this week, but it could be more slippery than snowy for some.
AAA expects U.S. holiday travel to reach record high
U.S. travel during the Christmas and New Year's holidays will rise for a fifth straight year to reach a record, boosted by more automobile trips, AAA said.
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VIDEO: Busy season at the post office
The post office faces the year's busiest days as it delivers billions of pieces of mail and millions of packages during the holiday season. Monday was expected to be the busiest mail day. It's expected to handle the most packages on Thursday.
College men accused of sexual assault say their rights violated
Female students nationwide have filed federal complaints that claim campus sexual-assault investigators lack training, fail to adequately probe incidents and treat the attackers with too much leniency.
Antibacterial soaps must prove safety to stay on shelves
Antibacterial washes would have one year to prove they're safe to remain in U.S. stores, part of a proposal by regulators to address 40 years of debate on overuse of germ-killing chemicals.
- Changes allow for an eight-year driver's license Iowa driver's may have a pleasant surprise when they renew a driver's license after Jan. 1, 2014. New legislation allows the Iowa Department of Transportation to transition from driver's license that are valid for five years to driver's licenses that
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