What a weekend it could be. Beat Iowa and we are BIG 10 Champions and a lock for the playoffs. My guest today says Iowa will not go quietly into the night. They are a good team and believe they matchup well with Michigan. With me today is Hawkeye beat writer Kennington Smith from The Des Moines Register
An entrepreneurial 12-year-old wanted to earn money to buy a dirt bike, so he started delivering newspapers. On Sunday, September 5, 1982, Johnny Gosch loaded up his red wagon with copies of the Des Moines Register and set off on his early-morning route. Johnny was usually accompanied by his father, but this morning, he only had his dog with him. The people on his route all knew Johnny and his family, so when they hadn't gotten their Sunday paper, some customers started calling the Gosch home. Johnny's father went out to find his son, but instead of the 12-year-old, he only found the red wagon and his dog. Now, nearly 40 years later, this case has bred multiple conspiracy theories going up to the top levels of U.S. government, and has left people still passionately debating what happened to Johnny Gosh.Find us everywhere: linktr.ee/attwgpodSupport us on Patreon: patreon.com/attwgpodFor a full list of sources, please visit our blog: andthentheyweregone.com/blogSources:John David Gosch – The Charley Projecthttps://www.newspapers.com/clip/33653808/the-des-moines-register/Johnny Gosch: An Iowa kidnapping that helped change the nationhttps://news.google.com/newspapers?id=DooxAAAAIBAJ&sjid=iaUFAAAAIBAJ&pg=4588,4164919&dq=johnny+gosch&hl=enhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/?clipping_id=14328790&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjMzNjgxMzk0MiwiaWF0IjoxNjM3NTMzMjg3LCJleHAiOjE2Mzc2MTk2ODd9.xQTJthcoKIfJBOFI2Ujr18SCTLBM6NeXdlgq1k5Qc7Ihttps://www.newspapers.com/clip/27523101/frank-sykora-guilty-plea/John and Noreen Gosch displayed the message written on...Clipping from The Des Moines RegisterThe Twisted Unsolved Tale of the Johnny Gosch Disappearance, Part 3: A Terrifying Trail of Bread…https://web.archive.org/web/20050305100428/http://www.dmregister.com/news/stories/c4788993/6798176.htmlJohnny Gosch abductionSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/attwgpod)
It's a pretty big news day today. Iowa has their first women's wrestling coach. Clarissa Chunn it is. Cody Goodwin of the Des Moines Register joins the show to tell us what it all means. Jeremy Werner of 247 Sports joins the show in the first hour to break down Iowa/Illinois from an Illini perspective.
We are joined by Des Moines Register and Hawk Central's Cody Goodwin to give you a full preview of the Iowa Wrestling team this season. Is Spencer Petras healthy? Who will be handling main duties at 149 and 184? What are some up-and-coming youngsters to be on the lookout for and just how talented is next year's incoming class of freshmen? The sky is the limit with this Iowa Hawkeye wrestling team and Cody is here to break it all down for us. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In 1891, a mysterious figure appeared on the streets of London, dispensing pills to poor young women who then died in agony. Suspicion came to center on a Scottish-Canadian doctor with a dark past in North America. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the career of the Lambeth Poisoner, whose victims remain uncounted. We'll also consider a Hungarian Jules Verne and puzzle over an ambiguous sentence. Intro: How can an investor responsibly divest herself of stock in a company that she feels has acted immorally? Lightning can vitrify sand into rootlike tubes. Sources for our feature on Thomas Neill Cream: Dean Jobb, The Case of the Murderous Dr. Cream: The Hunt for a Victorian Era Serial Killer, 2021. Lee Mellor, Cold North Killers: Canadian Serial Murder, 2012. Joshua A. Perper and Stephen J. Cina, When Doctors Kill: Who, Why, and How, 2010. John H. 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Aaron Calvin, "17 Words Only a True Iowan Knows How to Pronounce," Des Moines Register, Sept. 16, 2021. "How to Pronounce Vaillant," Forvo (accessed Nov. 4, 2021). This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Peter Quinn. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!
The Gazette's John Steppe previews Saturday's Minnesota-Iowa game with The Des Moines Register's Kennington Lloyd Smith III and The Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Randy Johnson on this episode of Hawk Off The Press. Kennington discusses Iowa's quarterback change to Alex Padilla, the rushing game's resurgence against Northwestern, young receivers emerging and the "Doughboyz" forcing turnovers again. Randy tells us what to expect from a Gophers team that has been hit hard by injuries.
The guys talk about the Iowa Football quarterback position. Chad Leistekow of the Des Moines Register joins the show at the beginning of the second hour as well. John Walters recaps Iowa State's win over Texas in the first hour. He's baaaaaaaack! Mac McCausland talks Iowa Basketball to cap off the show.
The Flagship Podcast goes behind enemy lines with Randy Peterson of the Des Moines Register for an in-depth look at what Texas will face Saturday on the road at Iowa State. This week's preview episode of The Flagship Podcast covers everything Longhorns' fans need to know about the Cyclones, how Texas matches up with Iowa State, key issues that have led to the Cyclones going from a preseason Big 12 title contender to unranked and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Kennington Smith discuss how the Hawkeyes bounce back after the bad loss to Purdue and getting back after the bye. Five big questions involves if Wisconsin needs to throw the ball, how good Iowa's rush defense is and which team is the team to beat in the West. Then to finish the show those two and Erick Zamora give their predictions for the game in Madison vs. Wisconsin.
Erick Zamora kicks off the third hour with the Des Moines Register's Tommy Birch to break down the NLCS, the ALCS and what kind of an offseason we're looking at for MLB. Then the Des Moines Buccaneers' head coach Matt Curley joins the program to talk about the Bucs 5-0 perfect start to the season. To end the show Zamora gives his thoughts on tonight's Thursday Night Football game with Denver at Cleveland.
Andrew Downs fills in for Chad Leistikow and along with the Des Moines Register's Kennington Smith they go over the first half of the Iowa season, look back at the tough loss to Purdue and preview the remaining regular season games.
Authorities are investigating threatening messages directed at Iowa Democratic Party chairman Ross Wilburn after The Des Moines Register published an editorial from Wilburn that criticized former President Trump. Law enforcement officers executed a federal search warrant in New Sharon on Tuesday that is linked to the Xavior Harrelson case. Plus, the state's top health official is encouraging all Iowans to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and the flu.
This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Wednesday, October 20. It should be another nice fall day Wednesday, with a chance for some rain in the afternoon and evening. For the most part the National Weather Service is predicting mostly sunny skies in the Cedar Rapids area with a high near 71 degrees. Rain looks to be most likely between noon and 6 p.m. The low is predicted to be 48 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. Federal agents conducted a search in New Sharon on Tuesday in a firearms investigation, but the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation assisted in case there was a connection to the Xavior Harrelson death investigation. The search warrant was obtained by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for a property in New Sharon in connection with a firearms violation case. The DCI indicated they participated in the search due to the proximity to where Harrelson went missing, but this is particularly curious because investigators have not released the cause of death, yet. Last Friday, nearly five months after the 11-year-old Harrelson was reported missing from a Montezuma mobile home park where he lived with his mother, authorities confirmed that human remains found in a nearby farm field were of the boy. The drama surrounding hospitals potentially being built in North Liberty continues. A Johnson County surgical group is posturing to sue member surgeons associated with Steindler Orthopedic Clinic, accusing them of violating a no-compete agreement by seeking state permission to build a new surgery center in what could become a new medical hub in North Liberty. Johnson County Surgical Investors made its threat — and other arguments — in a letter urging the State Health Facilities Council to deny Steindler a “certificate of need” to build a $17.9 million ambulatory surgery center on 36 acres near the Interstate 380 interchange with Forevergreen Road. Johnson County Surgical Investors and Iowa City Ambulatory Surgical Center — a 13-year-old multi-specialty center jointly owned by the Johnson County group and Mercy Hospital in Iowa City — argue the Steindler development in North Liberty is not only unnecessary but unlawful. Their arguments are tied, largely, to a relationship between Steindler and the Iowa City surgical center giving 13 Steindler physicians “active medical staff privileges” at the center — located just a half mile from where Steindler is now in Iowa City. According to the letter, because those 13 are physicians and owners of both Steindler and Johnson County Surgical Investors, they signed agreements not to own, operate, manage, finance, lease or invest in any other ambulatory surgical center in Johnson County. According to reporting in the Washington Post, Iowa authorities are investigating multiple threats — including one of lynching — that Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Ross Wilburn received soon after writing an op-ed earlier this month critical of former President Donald Trump. Wilburn wrote the opinion piece published in the Des Moines Register ahead of Trump's Oct. 9 rally at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. In it Wilburn accused Iowa Republicans of putting their loyalty to Trump ahead of Iowans' needs. Wilburn received two phone messages from a restricted number, and one left in his Legislature email's inbox. Only the first voicemail included a violent threat of lynching, but all three included explicit and racist language Wilburn said that while it is difficult to identify people in these cases, he intends to press charges if they are found. Iowa's Republican Senators both condemned the messages. Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon Alexa enabled device to “enable The Gazette Daily News skill" so you can get your daily briefing by simply saying “Alexa, what's the news? If you prefer podcasts, you can also find us on iTunes or wherever else you find your Podcasts. Support this podcast
The Des Moines Register's Traivs Hines and Randy Peterson discuss the stakes of Iowa State's game against No. 12 Oklahoma State on Saturday, the resurgence of Breece Hall and Big 12 men's basketball media day.
Across the nation, school boards find themselves on the front lines for debates over COVID-19 mask mandates and teaching about racism. Heated exchanges during public comment periods have expanded to public protests, threats of violence, and a surge in conservative slates of candidates running for school board seats. In Iowa, Des Moines Register reporters Samantha Hernandez and Melody Mercado are closely covering all angles of the story. How politicized were Des Moines area school boards before the pandemic? What happened when a superintendent defied the governor's order that all schools resume face-to-face instruction? Are school board protests a grassroots effort in local communities or a well-coordinated campaign by outsiders? Also, Hernandez and Mercado offer tips to journalists on how to report responsibly on controversial topics like critical race theory, make the most of social media as a reporting tool, and successfully seize school board meetings to cultivate new sources.
There's A LOT going on in October, don't you agree? From Breast Cancer Awareness Month to Mental Health Screening Month to spooky season, October covers it all. And did you know that National Hispanic Heritage Month ALSO falls in October?Sam's friend and old colleague Melody Mercado is a Des Moines City Government Reporter for the Des Moines Register and a proud Puerto Rican. *She's the spice we needed for this early morning interview.*We know that finding your identity can be challenging but we can't wait for you to hear all that Melody has to say about:Why she chose journalism as a careerTransitioning from television to printHow she grew into her Puerto Rican identityHer connection to the most recent BacheloretteWhether you're wearing pink or green all month long or starting to gather your favorite Halloween candy, this conversation is one you're to hear as National Hispanic Heritage Month gets wrapped up.We'd love to continue connecting with you so tag us on Instagram @itsbingbang and @melody_ann_mercado and we can't wait to hear from you!
On this edition of Iowa Press, we convene a panel of Iowa political reporters to discuss Iowa politics at the Statehouse and beyond. Joining moderator Kay Henderson at the Iowa Press table are Erin Murphy, Des Moines bureau chief for Lee Enterprises, Brianne Pfannenstiel, chief political reporter for the Des Moines Register, Dave Price, political director for WHO-TV 13 in Des Moines, and Stephen Gruber-Miller, Statehouse reporter for the Des Moines Register.
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Kennington Smith recap Iowa's historic win over Penn State and the Hawkeyes' #2 ranking. They also look at Iowa's place in the College Football Playoff picture and their six-game regular season finish. After taking calls the guys get into Five Big Questions which includes how Iowa responds to an emotional win, the Hawkeyes covering opposing stars and biggest concerns from Purdue. After talking briefly about other sports the guys give their predictions for Iowa vs the Boilermakers on Saturday.
Highlights: “What we have to understand is that this Iowa House seat has been reliably blue for decades. But when Jon Dunwell, a pastor from Newton, Iowa, got in a race things obviously changed. For the first time in decades, this district flipped red. And he won it in a landslide.”“Look at how bad Biden is doing in Iowa. Sixty-two percent of Iowans disapprove of Biden. His approval ratings look like it will be in the mid-20s just months from now.”“According to the Des Moines Register, President Trump enjoys a 53% approval rating among Iowans... And the fact that Senator Grassley, the seasoned senator, got up on stage with Trump was utterly shocking, to say the least for our MSM. They literally can't believe that Trump is coming back stronger than ever.”“The Democrats have lost hundreds of thousands of voters over the last several months. Did you know that? And these are in key states. The Hill reported that registration is down for Democrats in Florida by more than 200k, in North Carolina by more than 135k, and good old Pennsylvania by more than 200k.”Timestamps:[01:40] How a state seat flipped red in Iowa[03:22] Biden's disaster poll and Trump's awesome rally in Iowa[04:37] How the MSM can't believe that Trump is coming back [06:06] How the GOP is crushing it in special elections across the nation[08:55] How pundits are telling the Democrats that it's time to panicResources:Ep. 674 IT'S OVER! 55 Percent of Voters Want Biden to RESIGN!!!Sign up for the FREE webinar on October 14th here! Proven Strategies to Grow Existing Schools and Start New Ones: Proven Strategies to Grow Existing Schools and Start New Ones (schoolinboundmarketing.com)Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get the first 7 days FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
The guys talk MLB Playoffs with Ed Creech of MLB Trade Rumors & Iowa Football with Kennington Lloyd Smith of the Des Moines Register in the 2nd hour. Hour #1 is devoted to Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz firing back at James Franklin.
We're one day away! Todd and Alex get you set for Iowa and Penn State. Lee Sterling of Paramount sports gives his betting picks for Iowa/PSU and more! Chad Leistekow of the Des Moines Register joins the program at the beginning of the 2nd hour. An entire Love it or Leave it dedicated to the top-4 matchup and Todd tries to get Mike Golic to join him for the boxing match tomorrow night.
On this edition of Iowa Press, Iowa Senate Majority Leader Sen. Jack Whitver (R-Ankeny) discusses the special legislative session and the ongoing redistricting process, as well as the pandemic and various policy issues. Joining moderator Kay Henderson at the Iowa Press table are Erin Murphy, Des Moines bureau chief for Lee Enterprises, and Stephen Gruber-Miller, Statehouse reporter for the Des Moines Register.
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Kennington Smith chat all things Hawkeyes including the huge win over Maryland last Friday. Five Big Questions factor in if Penn State or Iowa's record is more impressive, what part of Penn State's offense is most dangerous and which Hawkeye will have the biggest spotlight Saturday. The guys take calls and break down extensively the Top 5 matchup before giving their predictions on Penn State at Iowa.
Emery Songer and the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin sit in and along with Erick Zamora the guys break down MLB vs NFL and where one gets it right while the other gets it wrong. They also talk about Thursday Night NFL, college football on Friday and if we like those stand alone situations. Emery's a big lover of animals and asks the guys their favorite animal at the zoo and then the Iowa Cubs' broadcaster Alex Cohen joins to talk I-Cubs and MLB.
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Kennington Smith are joined by Erick Zamora and they look back at Colorado State and take callers' questions and comments. They get into the Five Big Questions surrounding the Hawkeye football program this week and also touch on the University of Iowa starting up the first NCAA Women's Wrestling program. To end the show they preview Maryland and give their picks.
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow joins in studio to chat with the guys about the Hawkeyes and Big Ten football. He also gives his thoughts on the woeful Chicago Bears' performance Sunday and whether the Bears should change to a new stadium. Then we listen to Kirk Ferentz at his weekly press conference from yesterday.
The Des Moines Register's Randy Peterson and Travis Hines discuss Iowa State's disappointing showing against Baylor, how the Cyclones hope to fix their issues and what to expect against Kansas.
In the third hour of the show Chris gives his Centurion Stone LOCKS recap and admits it may be the most frustrating LOCKS week ever because he feels he had the right read on all of his locks, but not all went his way. Then he and Zamora piece together a BetRivers Parlay for a Monday night that doesn't have much to choose from. Then the Des Moines Register's Tommy Birch joins to talk about the finish to the MLB season and the Iowa Cubs season as well. Then Connor Ferguson from Always Race Day joins to talk about the NASCAR Playoffs.
Chris Williams, Andrew Downs and Erick Zamora start the hour talking about the great finish in Major League Baseball, particularly in the National League as all three of their teams are in the hunt. The 4 at 4 covers Iowa and Maryland, Iowa State vs Kansas and the paradox that is Nebraska. It also looks back at Tim Tebow 13 years ago to the day and compares that to Kyrie Irving. The guys also get into a conversation about when players' efforts get questioned. Then the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow joins the program to talk all things Big Ten including Minnesota losing to Bowling Green and Nebraska getting better but still not winning. Williams and Zamora chat about the pulse of sports in Minnesota and to end the hour there's a big listener backlash to comments about Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, New Kids on the Block and former members.
Chris starts off the show talking about the big punting matchup between Iowa's Tory Taylor and Colorado State's Ryan Stonehouse. Then the guys get into discussing some kids' sports with Chris coaching his daughter's soccer team and Ross' son playing football. Then to end the show the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin joins Ross to talk about the University of Iowa being the first power five school to add women's wrestling and what impact this could have on other schools, sports, and how Title IX factors in.
A historic day in Iowa City. The Iowa Athletic Department is adding Women's Wrestling. Hear from Tom Brands as well as Gary Barta. Wrestling writer Cody Goodwin of The Des Moines Register joins the show to begin the 2nd hour. Michael Swain of 247 Sports joins the program in the first hour to discuss Iowa State's trip to Baylor.
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow is joined by Kennington Smith and they look back at the big win the Hawks had over Kent State, preview Colorado State and take callers with questions, comments and concerns. Then in Five Big Questions Chad ask about the best matchup, position groups to watch and which Rams team shows up? The guys talk a little hoops before they give their final predictions in this weekend's game.
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The guys pause the college football talk to chat with Pro Wrestler Kevin Nash about his life, going from a basketball player to a pro wrestler and everything in between. Then the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow joins to talk about the Hawkeyes victory over Kent State and preview their matchup with Colorado State. To end the hour Zamora and Chris put together a BetRivers Parlay... sorta, it's just a one liner at exactly +500.
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow is joined by Kennington Smith and the two break down the big win over Iowa State as well as take calls from listeners as the season presses on. Chad points out some famous Kent State alum before diving into five big questions. To end the show they look at other Big Ten games this weekend and how the Hawkeyes should matchup against the Golden Flashes.
This week we're in Iowa discussing a murder at the mall. Then, we will talk about a camping trip from hell. So buckle up and join us on this dark and twisted ride through the Hawkeye State. CW: Mention of Rape, Violence, and Murder. You may now join us on Patreon or Buy us a Cocktail. Interested in your own digital "If I Go Missing" file? Get 20% off here: HelpYouFind.Me and be sure to use promo code USOFM Be sure to subscribe on Apple and leave a review, or, email us at email@example.com Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! Check out our website www.unitedstatesofmurder.com Sources: 48 Hours: Murder at the Mall, The Des Moines Register, CBS News, Medium, Iowa Public News, Oxygen, Estherville News, Des Moines Register (2), Only In Your State Music from Pixabay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unitedstatesofmurder/support
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Kennington Smith look at the Iowa's big victory over Indiana in Week 1 and the severity of the matchup with Iowa State in the Cy-Hawk Game. Then Register colleague Randy Peterson joins to help preview the Cyclones. And to end the program and throughout the show Chad takes a hard look at both sides in the Top Ten Matchup of Iowa @ Iowa State.
In 1993, Greg Nicholson was trying to relax in a new life with his girlfriend Lori and her daughters... but little did he know, that past events in his life would cause anything but relaxation... and would lead to blood shed.90s Crime Time Official Website- https://www.90scrimetime.comFollow 90s Crime Time on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/90scrimetime/Twitter: https://twitter.com/90scrimetimeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/90scrimetime/This podcast's music comes from Epidemic Sound- https://www.epidemicsound.com/Buy Me A Coffee (donation site for 90s Crime Time)- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/90scrimetimeNews Sources1. The Appeal- https://theappeal.org/u-s-executes-dustin-lee-honken-the-third-federal-execution-in-a-week/ 2. AJC- https://www.ajc.com/news/local/opinion-maybe-wife-killer-fred-tokars-got-fate-worse-than-death/PbgkmWIwbkkvFTQoNczcSK/3. Des Moines Register- https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/crime-and-courts/2019/07/25/dustin-lee-honken-federal-execution-angela-johson-federal-death-penalty-iowa-murders-timeline/1826709001/- https://www.desmoinesregister.com/in-depth/news/local/columnists/courtney-crowder/2020/07/12/dustin-honken-execution-trail-crime-put-iowan-death-row-drugs/5403810002/ 4. Sioux City Journal- https://siouxcityjournal.com/news/honken-s-mom-wants-his-children-to-have-a-father/article_4e252f1c-b2e5-5852-8c08-047df286a57d.html https://siouxcityjournal.com/news/johnsons-childhood-full-of-fear-of-demons/article_ac80d2e3-4518-5373-8501-ac93aa0cd835.html5. Globe Gazette- https://globegazette.com/news/local/johnsons-daughter-takes-stand/article_cd0733d3-4278-51dd-a061-2bdcfb8b84f3.html - https://globegazette.com/community/dustin-honken-murder-case-timeline/article_ad336019-9050-5304-9fb0-b34d0bda7154.html - https://globegazette.com/news/local/honken-trial-friend-finds-gun/article_514187f5-a137-573b-bb3a-c20260fd79cc.html6. Case Text- https://casetext.com/case/honken-v-united-states-47 . WTHI- TV- https://www.wthitv.com/content/news/Waiting-to-die-Dustin-Lee-Honken-execution-571810051.html
In the debut episode of Hawk Off The Press on the On Iowa Sports network, The Gazette's Leah Vann previews the 2021 Iowa football season with The Des Moines Register's Kennington Smith. They break down the Iowa depth chart, go over Kids Day scrimmage takeaways, discuss what the Hawkeyes' biggest concerns, look ahead to the most-exciting game of the season and more. » https://www.facebook.com/OnIowaCRG/ (Follow On Iowa Sports on Facebook) » https://twitter.com/gazetteoniowa (Follow On Iowa Sports on Twitter) » https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/r2r3u0 (Sign up for the Hawk Off The Press newsletter) » https://www.thegazette.com/iowa-football/ (Find Hawkeye football coverage on TheGazette.com)