Roundup: copper thief reward, a stabbing & a late night fire

      Turn in a copper thief, earn up to a $2,000 reward Southern Iowa Electric Cooperative has been victimized by copper thefts in the past six months. For this reason, Southern Iowa Electric Co-op is partnering with other cooperatives in sponsoring a Theft Reward program to encourage rural people to turn in these thieves. __________________________________________ Bow hunting not likely on city property this year With about two weeks to go before the start of the deer hunting season, bow hunters apparently wonâ??t be allowed to hunt on city property this season in conjunction with the City of Keokukâ??s urban deer management program. __________________________________________ Iowa broadcasters urged to demand accuracy Iowa has long been on the front lines of presidential campaigns from its first-in-the-nation precinct caucuses through general election battles for its Electoral College votes. ___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ Howard Co stabbing A rural Howard County resident is facing possible charges of Assault in the First Degree and Child Endangerment following a domestic incident Thursday evening and early Friday morning.___________________________________________ Late night fire damages Keokuk apartment Keokuk firefighters say a charcoal grill is to blame for an apartment fire on the city's Southeast side. ___________________________________________ Analysis: Mo. at center point of sexual politics The Legislature's veto override of a bill expanding religious exemptions from insurance coverage for birth control is the latest example of how Missouri has become a center point in a national debate about pregnancy.___________________________________________

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