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Senate Education Committee passes Education Reform
Sen. Amy Sinclair reports that the Education Committee passed an education reform bill this afternoon along party lines, 9-6.
Dawson found guilty
Earl Dean Dawson was convicted of two counts of Failure to Comply with the Sex Offender Registry this morning in Iowa District Court.
Heartsill challenges pro-lifers
House File 138, the "personhood" bill was filed early this legislative session. As the House draws nearer to its final funnel, Rep. Greg Heartsill believes his colleagues need to hear from pro-life supporters to ensure that the bill moves forward.
Deputies called to courthouse
An altercation following the conclusion of a civil trial this afternoon led to a request for additional deputies at the Marion County Courthouse.
Snow ordinance lifted
City of Knoxville street crews have no plans to be out again tonight, and for that reason, the Knoxville Police Department has lifted the snow ordinance.
Tow ban in place
Sheriff Jason Sandholdt has instituted a tow ban for Marion County, due to the ongoing snowfall.
Knoxville snow ordinance goes into effect at 7
The City of Knoxville's snow ordinance will go into effect at 7 p.m.
- More schools delayed Pella, Pella Christian and Pleasantville Schools are delayed two hours.
- Knoxville schools start late, TC closed Knoxville Schools will have a two hour delay Friday. Twin Cedars will be closed.
- Robbery suspects named Polk County residents Jack Dylan Konz, 18, and Christian Michael Latshaw, 19, are in the Marion County Jail on charges of first degree burglary.
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