A 32-year-old Breda woman died overnight Wednesday when her pickup truck crashed into a bridge near Dunlap, according to an Iowa State Patrol crash report.
A vandal damaged the wireless card readers at Carroll Middle School and filled keyholes with epoxy in an apparent attempt to prevent the school from opening Monday.
The card readers that allow Carroll Community School District faculty members to enter the school’s secured doors using an identification key were vandalized Sunday night at Carroll Middle School.
A vague bomb threat on social media against Carroll High School prompted school officials and police officers to canvass the building Wednesday morning.
With reports emerging of development of a massive Amazon shipping fulfillment center in Bondurant, business and community leaders in Carroll — 95 miles away — say the increased speed and convenience associated with deliveries from the online Goliath could make west-central Iowa retailers and…
STUART — Two Guthrie County deputies suffered gunshot wounds and a third suffered gunpowder burns when a bullet breezed past his head as they, along with a Stuart police officer, were serving outstanding felony warrants last Thursday evening at an apartment complex on the southwest side of Stuart.
A 25-year-old Newell man who already faces a felony arson charge for setting fire to a corn crib in August so that he could extinguish it in his capacity as a volunteer firefighter has been charged with a second arson for allegedly setting fire to a building in his town more than two years a…
A Carroll ear, nose and throat doctor will pay $1 million to end a federal investigation into Medicaid claims he made for alleged “improper” procedures.
The 62nd-annual Carroll Band Day parade that was set for Saturday is canceled because of the threat of storms, the Carroll Chamber of Commerce has decided.
A Carroll city councilman who was among those who voted against eliminating four Main Street parking spots for a new downtown jail told the Times Herald he will call for another vote on the matter as he negotiates a compromise with county leaders.
Carroll County will spend about $5 million over the course of the next decade to pay for a new radio communications system for dispatchers, law-enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and others.
A Carroll woman had a blood-alcohol concentration of nearly three times the legal limit to drive when she crashed a utility vehicle south of Glidden and injured two passengers last month, according to court records.
It’s possible that a new county jail might be built away from downtown Carroll after bids for the project greatly exceeded what county supervisors intend to spend.
The lowest bid the Carroll County Supervisors received today for a proposed new jail was $10.9 million, which is $2 million more than what voters agreed to borrow to pay for it.