• Des Moines Police Investigating Homicide Monday Night

    1 month ago - By Who TV

    DES MOINES, Iowa - The Des Moines Police Department is investigating after a man was found dead in an apartment Monday evening.
    Officers responded to an apartment in the 1500 block of Evergreen Avenue at 5:41 p.m. to investigate a report of a possible suicide. Officers found a man dead within the apartment. Police say his manner of death does not appear to be a suicide, and they are investigating it as a homicide.
    The Des Moines Police Department has not released any more information about this incident.
    This is the 12th homicide in Des Moines of 2020.
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  • Gov. Reynolds: ‘We Have to Implement Systemic Change'

    Gov. Reynolds: ‘We Have to Implement Systemic Change'

    1 month ago - By Who TV

    DES MOINES, Iowa - Following three nights of protests and riots in Des Moines, Gov. Kim Reynolds said the voices of protesters are being heard and it is time to enact real change.
    Reynolds joined community leaders Monday on the steps of the Iowa State Capitol to call for calm. Late Saturday night, it was the exact spot of a tense standoff between protesters and police. Law enforcement ended up using tear gas to disperse around 300 to 400 protesters who had gathered to protest the death of George Floyd and police brutality.
    Reynolds said change needs to happen and commended protesters for...
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  • Cownie Responds to Arrest of Des Moines Register Reporter Covering Protests

    Cownie Responds to Arrest of Des Moines Register Reporter Covering Protests

    1 month ago - By Who TV

    DES MOINES, Iowa - A Des Moines Register reporter says she was pepper-sprayed by police and arrested while covering protests Sunday, despite identifying herself to officers as a journalist.
    Register reporter Andrea Sahouri posted a video on Twitter from inside a police transport vehicle after being taken into custody while reporting on the protests at Merle Hay Mall .
    Sahouri said she was caught up in the chaos when police shot tear gas to disperse a crowd of protesters. According to Sahouri, she identified herself multiple times to officers as a reporter with the Des Moines Register...
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