State investigators say a man who was shot in Onawa during a burglary, that authorities say was fabricated, has been shot again.
The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigator says 32-year-old Darren Hieber was shot Thursday morning near Mapleton.
Agent Terry Klooster says Hieber suffered a non-life-threatening injury. Klooster says the parties involved in the incident are being interviewed.
Last month, Hieber told police he was shot in the leg while interrupting a burglary at his business.
Monona County authorities say Hieber devised a scheme to have an employee, Barry Chapman, shoot him to garner sympathy from his estranged wife.
Hieber was arrested this week on firearm and conspiracy charges for that alleged incident. Chapman also was charged.
IOWA GAMING REGULATORS HAVE PLACED PENN GAMING AND THE MISSOURI RIVER HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT GROUP ON A SHORT TIMETABLE TO RESOLVE THE FUTURE OF THE ARGOSY RIVERBOAT CASINO.
MARK MONSON OF MRHD SAYS THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION HAS GIVEN THE TWO SIDES UNTIL JULY 6TH TO RESOLVE THEIR DISPUTE OVER A LONG TERM LICENSING AGREEMENT:
THE TWO SIDES ARE CURRENTLY IN A LAWSUIT OVER A NEW OPERATING CONTRACT THAT WOULD LEAD TO A LAND BASED CASINO REPLACING THE RIVERBOAT.
PENN CLAIMS EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO RUN THE CASINO, MRHD WANTS TO TAKE OFFERS FROM OTHER COMPANIES TO GET THE BEST DEAL IT CAN FOR WOODBURY COUNTY.
AND IF THEY CAN'T REACH AN AGREEMENT BY THE STATE IMPOSED DEADLINE:
MONSON SAYS NEITHER SIDE WANTS TO SEE THAT HAPPEN. HE SAYS HE HAS GUARDED OPTIMISM THAT AN AGREEMENT WILL BE REACHED AND THAT THE TWO SIDES WILL CONTINUE TALKING.
THE NAIA DIVISION TWO WOMEN'S NATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT IS CONTINUING AT THE TYSON EVENTS CENTER.
WHILE THE ACTION CONTINUES ON THE COURT, A SCORE OF VOLUNTEERS KEEP THINGS RUNNING SMOOTHLY BEHIND THE SCENES.
TOM PADGETT HELPS COORDINATE THE EFFORTS OF NEARLY 200 TOURNAMENT HELPERS:
PADGETT SAYS LOCAL SPONSORS ALSO STEP UP AND TAKE VISITING TEAMS AROUND SIOUX CITY TO HELP MAKE THEIR STAY MORE ENJOYABLE:
PADGETT STARTED HELPING OUT DURING THE FIRST YEAR SIOUX CITY HOSTED THE TOURNEY, AROUND 15 YEARS AGO.
HE SAYS SPONSORS AND VOLUNTEERS HAVE MADE MANY LASTING FRIENDSHIPS WITH VISITING TEAMS OVER THAT TIME.
VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE THE SIOUX CITY MUSEUM ON A SPECIAL TOUR THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
THERESA WEAVER-BASYE (BAY-SEE) OF THE MUSEUM SAYS A TOUCH TOUR IS BEING OFFERED FOR THE FIRST TIME:
THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THE MUSEUM HAS OFFERED THE SPECIAL TOUR AT THEIR DOWNTOWN LOCATION AT 4TH AAND NEBRASKA.
THE TOUCH TOURS WILL BE OFFERED THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT 2PM. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GO OR ATTEND AT ANOTHER TIME, YOU MAY CONTACT THE PUBLIC MUSEUM AT 279-6174.
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