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Group forms to lobby for safe and regulated medical marijuana access

DES MOINES — A new coalition calling itself Iowans 4 Medical Cannabis has formed to promote safe and regulated access to medical cannabis for Iowa patients suffering from a variety of medical conditions.

Individuals and parents with Read More »

Ernst hires business advocate as chief of staff

CEDAR RAPIDS-— Senator-elect Joni Ernst has hired Lisa Goeas as her chief of staff.

Goeas has been a political organizer for the National Federation of Independent Business and previously worked for the Small Business Administration.

S Read More »

Christmas packages stolen from Cedar Rapids family

CEDAR RAPIDS — It’s a local case of a Grinch stealing Christmas for one Cedar Rapids family as a woman discovers someone stole packages filled with gifts right off her doorstep.

More people are shopping online and shipping gifts to their hom Read More »

Nick Reed sentenced to up to 10 years in prison in connection with child’s death

DUBUQUE — A Dubuque court hearing turned dramatic Tuesday during a man’s sentencing in the case of a young child. Nick Reed, 36, will serve up to ten years in prison after entering an Alford plea to child endangerment and meth charges. An Alford p Read More »

Durham promises to stay another year as Iowa economic development head

DES MOINES — Debi Durham, the top economic development official in Gov. Terry Branstad’s administration, has promised only to stay for the next year as director of the state’s economic development board.

Durham told the Lee/Gazette Des Moine Read More »

No snow? No problem, according to city and snow removal companies

CEDAR RAPIDS — Eastern Iowa has seen a bit less snow this winter (to date) than last winter, but local snow removal companies say that’s okay. It’s giving them time to work on other things.

“We’ve only had one, maybe two events for actual t Read More »

More money sought for continued reforms of Iowa schools

DES MOINES— Iowa’s education chief made a pitch Tuesday for more state money next fiscal year to boost elementary reading skills and fund teacher leadership and compensation initiatives that were part of education reforms intended to improve stude Read More »

Bush steps toward presidential candidacy likely to shake up 2016 field in Iowa

CEDAR RAPIDS— Jeb Bush’s announcement that he’s actively considering a presidential campaign is likely to shake up the field of 2016 GOP presidential wannabes who already are staking their flags in Iowa, the first stop on the road to the nominatio Read More »

Two injured in shooting during Iowa store robbery

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Des Moines police are investigating a robbery and shooting at a store near Iowa Lutheran Hospital.

Des Moines television station KCCI reports that police responded to a report of shots fired just after 9 p.m. Monday.< Read More »

Iowa nitrate strategy of voluntary monitoring questioned as levels in water increase

DES MOINES - An uncharacteristic fall nitrate surge in the Des Moines and Raccoon rivers has forced the Des Moines Water Works to activate its nitrate removal facility. Moreover, it has raised questions about the efficacy of the state's voluntary Read More »

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