The former New Opportunities employee who was fired amid her recovery
from a work-related crash in 2014 seeks an unspecified amount of money
from the not-for-profit for lost wages, emotional distress, punitive
damages and others, according to a lawsuit that was filed this week in
The 17-year-old Jefferson boy accused of raping a former classmate after
an underage drinking party is expected to make his case for innocence
on Tuesday, June 28, for a judge who will decide whether he committed
Instead of spending 20 years in prison, Trevor Feauto will tell high
school students about what can happen if they choose to drink and drive.
The Pizza Ranch owner who is accused of helping set fire to his
restaurant in January will claim he is innocent because he was not at
the restaurant when it ignited, court records show.
A new state court designed to hear complex business cases with at least
$200,000 in dispute will get that and about $93.5 million to spare when
the Hunter brothers come calling.
The Des Moines Water Works will attempt to expand its argument in
federal court beyond nitrate polluting the Raccoon River and indict
drainage systems for more toxic pollutants delivered to the river by
The 37-year-old Carroll man accused of trying to kill another man by
striking him with his car in February intends to claim he acted in
self-defense when the case goes to trial, according to court records.
Even with millions of dollars worth of farm equipment to its name and
with more farmland in Greene County than any other entity,
Scranton-based Hunter Farms is apparently no more of a real farming
operation than Hillshire Farm or Pepperidge Farm.
A 30-year-old Westside man should be forbidden from having contact with
the child he is accused of sexually abusing while his felony charges are
pending, an advocate for the alleged victim says.
A 29-year-old Carroll man has pleaded guilty to trespassing for his
allegedly botched game of hide-and-seek in May when he was trapped naked
in a business’ chimney.
The 53-year-old Ankeny man accused of torching his Pizza Ranch
restaurant in Jefferson in January has asked a judge to appoint a
state-paid attorney to defend him in court, according to court records.
In an online video titled “The End of America and the World,”
Christopher Bruce shouts a warning to the American people to stock up on
food, water and cigarettes.
A former New Opportunities employee who was severely injured in a crash
while she was working was wrongly fired because of disabilities she has
from the crash, the employee alleges in a civil rights complaint.
A 25-year-old former Glidden man must pay about $17,500 to a young woman
whom he accidentally shot in a struggle in 2012 when he was
contemplating suicide, a jury decided last week.
The 36-year-old Carroll man accused in February of attempting to kill
another man in a jealous rage is a frequent methamphetamine user who
destroyed a video surveillance camera in his jail cell a week after his
arrest, according to court records.
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