Danielle Gehr, The Des Moines Register

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Past articles by Danielle:

Police say Des Moines man fired gun inside apartment, missing man but hitting dog

Police say the suspect targeted a 19-year-old man at a Des Moines apartment after an argument. The man was not injured, but a dog was hit by gunfire. → Read More

IDP to review potential errors at 95 precincts, release corrections before recanvass deadline

The deadline for a recanvass request was extended to Monday while the IDP reviews potential reporting errors. → Read More

Surveillances captures man forcibly entering Capitol building early Sunday morning

Officials believe the man sustained injuries to his hands and arms while forcibly entering the building. → Read More

Suspect in custody for alleged role in drive-by shooting in Des Moines

The man is charged with attempted murder after a drive-by shooting left a woman with a gunshot wound to the leg. → Read More

When does class start? Today's weather changes answer for some Iowans

Some central Iowa schools are opting for a delayed start as conditions are expected to clear up by noon. → Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Prayer breakfast honors civil rights icon, community leaders

Three people were honored at the event, all carrying out change in the Des Moines community aligned with Martin Luther King Jr.'s message. → Read More

Fort Dodge man accused of murdering woman believed to be his girlfriend's mother

The Fort Dodge police was responding to an altercation when they found an unresponsive woman. → Read More

Police release names of men killed in Des Moines shooting

Des Moines police are investigating a shooting that killed 28-year-old and 21-year-old men and injured to other men. → Read More

Iowa State trooper injured in weather-related crash as conditions deteriorate

The Iowa State Patrol warned drivers to use extreme caution during Friday's winter storm. → Read More

14-year-old charged with threat of terrorism over job posting for 'school shooter'

Fort Dodge police were made aware of the "concerning online job" on Indeed.com, a search engine for job postings. → Read More

Des Moines police identify 62-year-old man killed after being hit by car

Witnesses told police he was sitting in the road Friday night before he was hit by a vehicle and later died. → Read More

Driver trapped after vehicle rolls on its top during fiery Des Moines crash

One vehicle was westbound on Northeast 46th Avenue when the driver lost control and entered a ditch, striking a concrete barrier. → Read More

'Lived experiences' turn into activism with mental illness awareness organization

Outside of raising money, the event held at Terra Lake Park in Johnston Saturday was meant to breakdown stigmas surrounding mental illness. → Read More

Fayette County Sheriff's Office discovers hidden bathroom camera during assault call

While at the residence, deputies discovered a hidden camera to capture videos of women using the shower or toilet. → Read More

Man shot in Des Moines after confrontation at laundromat near University Avenue

Lt. Daniel Blom of the Des Moines police said the victim and the shooter had a confrontation at Laundry Center on University Avenue and 21st Street. → Read More

85-year-old man accused of lascivious acts with a 10-year-old

John Richard Cohoon, of Mitchellville, is charged with lascivious acts with a child for incidents said to have occurred at his residence. → Read More

Unknown for 77 years, WWII soldier's remains will return to Iowa

New technology helped identify Laurel W. Ebert, a WWII private who was deemed missing-in-action in 1942. → Read More

Man threatened Des Moines officer with weapon over warrant for $30 theft before shot by officer

The theft in question amounted to $29.99 from a Hy-Vee. He attempted to steal a bottle of Jim Beam Bourbon. → Read More

12-year-old struck by vehicle after 'unexpectedly' running into road

Witnesses told police the boy was walking on the west sidewalk of Southwest Ninth Street when he ran into the road at about 4:05 p.m. → Read More

How an organization founded by 7 Iowa women in 1869 still impacts today's women

To celebrate its 150th anniversary, P.E.O will hold its biannual conference in Des Moines for the first time since 1969. → Read More