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URBANDALE — A campaign protest turned into a good old-fashioned cheer-off when Joni Ernst supporters attempted to shout down a protest staged by Bruce Braley supporters today near Ernst’s campaign headquarters.
Ernst, a Republican state sena Read More »
AFTER HARVESTING CORN, MUCH OF THE PLANT IS STILL ON THE FIELD. AS FARMERS PRODUCE MORE CROPS, MORE OF THAT RESIDUE REMAINS BEHIND, AND CAN ACTUALLY HINDER PRODUCTION. NEW MARKETS FOR SOME OF THAT RESIDUE ARE OPENING UP, BUT TAKING TOO MUCH OFF OF Read More »
IOWA CITY — An Eastern Iowa native is leading the U.S. efforts to contain Ebola in Africa.
Last month Secretary of State John Kerry named Ambassador Nancy Powell the leader of the U.S. Ebola Coordination Unit at the Department of State. Pow Read More »
(State Rep. Daniel) Lundby sponsored zero bills in the last two years that have been signed into law. Zero ... Lundby voted to add $1 billion to the budget - costing average taxpayers over $400 a year [screen text] ... Lundby vo Read More »
The economy has come to the forefront of the Second U.S. House District race between incumbent Democrat Dave Loebsack and Republican challenger Dr. Mariannette Miller-Meeks. Loebsack’s campaign accuses Miller-Meeks of being in f Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday that witness testimony by two-way video would violate a Dubuque County man’s Sixth Amendment right to confrontation at his drunken driving trial.
Zachariah Rogerson, charged in 2012 with fou Read More »
“Rizer wants to give the government power over (your medical) decisions. Rizer is endorsed by an organization that wants to ban common forms of contraception for women. And Ken Rizer wants to let your boss decide your birth cont Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — As a City Council member in 2011, Don Karr slandered a local homebuilder during a vigorous council debate on the construction of pier-built homes, a Linn County District Court jury decided late Friday afternoon.
The verdict in Read More »
IOWA CITY — A group of University of Iowa social work students are ready to feed the homeless.
The college kids spent a few hours at their professor’s home, Friday night, putting together more than 330 lunch bags, which they’ll hand out in I Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Police took two in custody as part of a shots fired investigation on the northeast side.
TV9’s Chris Earl observed several squad cars in the 1600 block of E Avenue NE.
He saw one person in the back of a squad car and ano Read More »
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