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Man alleged to have destroyed a security camera and spit on a peace officer
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Police believe drugs were found in the jars and they could cause a safety issue.
The man was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to his foot.
The suspect told police he did it for fun.
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After fainting at an event in a Twin Cities suburb, he was taken to the hospital for further testing, sources say.
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It is only days before the Iowa Caucus and candidates are working overtime to earn last minute support.
Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina and Rand Paul stop in Clear Lake and Mason City.
Authorities say he was armed with a gun.
For the 9th year, Project Community Connect helped those struggling financially find the resources they need.
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Fifth graders at Lincoln Elementary in Charles City were all about showing the public what the Viking era entailed.