Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A proposal by law enforcement leaders could soon see all Iowa City and Coralville police officers wearing body-mounted cameras to record their interactions with the public. The city councils of both Iowa communities are considering requests from their respective police departments to purchase the cameras, the Iowa City Press-Citizen reported on Saturday.
KALONA, Iowa (AP) — Twin County Dairy in southeast Iowa has closed its doors. The Iowa Press-Citizen reports the dairy, more commonly known as the Kalona Cheese Factory, closed on Thursday. It had employed about 50 people. The Cheese House, a cheese shop located in the factory, will remain open.
MACEDONIA, Iowa (AP) — The pilot of a helicopter that crashed last week in western Iowa’s Pottawattamie County died Thursday at the Omaha hospital where he was being treated. The Omaha World-Herald reports Chris Moore was operating the crop-dusting helicopter over a bean field near Macedonia, Iowa when it hit a power line on September 6th and crashed.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Cole Netten hit a 42-yard field goal with two seconds left and Iowa State rallied to beat Iowa 20-17 yesterday. Sam Richardson had 255 yards passing and 2 TDs for the Cyclones (1-2), who beat the rival Hawkeyes for the third time in four tries. Iowa State took a 17-14 lead with 7:33 left on Richardson’s 27-yard TD pass to DeVondrick Nealy. Iowa answered with Marshall Koehn’s 44-yard field goal with 4:08 to go.