Court upholds Iowa's ban on voting rights for felons

The Iowa Supreme Court has upheld the state's longstanding policy of barring felons from voting unless their rights are restored by the governor.


A range of bills signed into law this year by Gov. Terry Branstad are taking effect in Iowa.


UPDATE: Law enforcement authorities beginning to stand down at Joint Base Andrews, all clear given.



Customers who used their credit or debit cards at Noodles and Company restaurants are being advised their account information may have been compromised.


Kalona residents involved in fatal Illinois crash


Motorcycle driver thrown from bike in crash


What makes the Olympic Swim Trials pool so fast?


Name of man killed in officer-involved shooting released


Ill. Gun shop raffles AR-15 rifle to benefit Orlando victims


Fireworks can spark stressful war memories for veterans


Ambulance service redistricting to preserve response time


Man killed in all-terrain vehicle crash north of Orange City


Meet the 'you've got mail' voice


Alzheimer’s Association kicks off the Walk to End Alzheimer’s season


Scattered showers and storms possible: June 30, 2016


Too young for a stroke?


Iowans visit panama canal expansion


Neighbors appeal to nix house resembling Kinnick Stadium


Iowa City Community School District shrinks class sizes for schools in need


Linn County voter eligibility challenge raises questions about election misconduct


Dozens of flags retired at ceremony in Robins


Waterloo schools approve Central Middle School renovations


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