The body of the University of Iowa student was found this morning after a month-long search.
Missing Student Mollie Tibbetts' Dead Body Found in Local Field More Than a Month After She Vanished: Source
Mollie Tibbetts' Dead Body Found in Field After Disapperance
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An illegal immigrant stands accused of killing college student Mollie Tibbetts and dumping her body in an Iowa cornfield - after he accosted her during a July 18 jog and she threatened to call police. Cristhian Bathena Rivera, 24, was charged with first-degree murder Tuesday in Tibbetts' death, officials confirmed. Authorities said Rivera, who lived in the rural Poweshiek County area, is being held on a federal immigration detainer. He's believed to have been in the area for four to seven years. The body of Tibbetts, a 20-year-old University of Iowa student, was found Tuesday in a field covered with corn stalks. Her father and two sources confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday morning that Tibbetts
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Girl gets removed from Catholic middle school for hairstyle: 'This decision is going to affect black children more than white children'
An 11-year-old was removed from her Catholic private school on Monday, after administrators reportedly cited her hair extensions as a dress code violation.
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Across the country, in towns big and small, people are still filing into popular chain sandwich stores to buy subs. According to foodservice research company Technomic's 2017 chain restaurant study, reported on by Restaurant Business magazine, sandwich sales increased 2.9% over the previous year. But with hundreds of chains to choose from, how is anyone expected to find the best one? We put four chains to the test to see which one you should buy. The four sub restaurants we picked all made the top 10 in the sandwich category of the 2017 chain restaurant report. They are: Subway Jimmy John's Jersey Mike's Potbelly Here's how they stacked up.
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The model attended the country crooner's concert over the weekend.
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Iowa is known for its wide open spaces, but that doesn’t mean you can drive your Ferrari wide open through them. The Iowa State Patrol posted a photo to Facebook on Monday of a white Ferrari 488 Spider that was pulled over doing 137 mph near Mason City. But the driver had an excuse! Just not a good one. She told the officer that she thought she was going 100 mph. “Not a great idea to drive this fast in the rain,” the patrol wrote. The 488 Spider has a 660 hp twin-turbocharged V8 and a top speed of 202 mph. The exact stretch of road the violation occured on was not revealed, but at Iowa’s highest highway limit of 70 mph, the driver’s fine for the indicated speed would be $335. At least she had