Severe Weather Alert Follow Us On Twitter #KCRGWX

Winter Weather Alert Follow Us On Twitter #KCRGWX

Current Alerts

Current Alerts Click to learn more

X Close

Live Scoreboard

Total Yards:
Passing Yards:
Rushing Yards:

Total Yards:
Passing Yards:
Rushing Yards:

Game Highlights

Scoreboard refreshes every five minutes
Click Here for our Friday Night Lights live stream and game chat

Swipe left and right to view more scores

Scores refresh every five minutes. View more scores

Culver Signs Puppy Mill Law

  • Photo
DES MOINES (AP) - Gov. Chet Culver has signed into law new regulations on pet breeders designed to stamp out puppy mills.

Culver signed the law Tuesday during a ceremony in which he brought along the family dog.

Culver says the vast majority of breeders follow laws and raise pets humanely, but that breeders and puppy mills that abuse animals better change their ways.

The governor traveled to the Animal Rescue League of Iowa on Des Moines' north side to sign the measure, which increases license fees for pet breeders on a sliding scale from $20 to $175 charged for big commercial breeding operations.

That would generate about $335,000 a year, which would help fund up to five inspectors to respond to complaints about kennel conditions.

Violators could be fined up to $1,500.

Featured Videos