AP-IA--Iowa News Digest 1:30 pm, IA
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DES MOINES — Iowa congressman Steve King tells the AP he’s been the victim of a conspiracy aimed at smearing his reputation, but hours after his narrow election to a ninth term, the Republican vows to continuing taking his confrontational approach on issues such as immigration and abortion rights. By David Pitt. UPCOMING: 500 words, photo.
IOWA CITY — An Iowa employee responsible for issuing private security guard licenses was fired Tuesday for ethical violations amid a criminal investigation into whether his agency has been improperly granting the credentials, The Associated Press has learned. By Ryan J. Foley. SENT: 540 words.
ESTATE THEFT-DAUGHTER — Authorities say a Dubuque woman stole more than $35,000 from the estate account of her late father.
OIL PIPELINE-SHERIFF — The county sheriff who led the law enforcement response to large-scale Dakota Access oil pipeline protests in North Dakota has been re-elected to another four-year term by a wide margin. Eds: Note Iowa interest.
FIREFIGHTER INJURED-CRASH — Authorities say a firefighter was injured in northern Iowa when the firetruck he was driving rolled.
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