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Plus, an Ames professor says stores will soon scan your face, a Waukee road project is held up by an endangered bat species, a Johnston dad is in court after his son reportedly took a gun to school, and a West Des Moines math whiz with a perfect score.
Plus, slacklining hits the University of Northern Iowa, $11,000 worth of shades are stolen from Sunglass Hut, giant chickens are swiped from a West Des Moines Hy-Vee, and Waukee police arrest one man three times in a day.
Sherri Sinclair hopes the story of the deaths of her daughter and grandson will help others prevent tragedies related to mental illnesses.
Plus, an Ames woman reportedly fought with three police officers; an Urbandale man rescued from a burning car is in legal trouble again; and a University of Iowa student was charged with stabbing two men after an argument.
As weird as ever, Iowa never disappoints -- in case you missed the recap over the weekend.
As weird as ever, Iowa never disappoints.
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Also, a Waukee summer camp to straighten out disrespectful teens, an Urbandale man who allegedly tossed drugs out a car window, and a wedding at a Las Vegas Denny's restaurant.
The University of Iowa has a pink locker room for opponents. But speakers at a state LGBTQ conference last week say that is discriminatory and possibly illegal. What do you think? Vote in our poll and tell us your views in comments below.
And, a woman was mistaken for an Indiana prison inmate, while Fidel Castro was arrested in Johnston.
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