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CEDAR RAPIDS — The former marketing manager of an Iowa egg-production facility linked to a 2010 national Salmonella outbreak was sentenced to probation Tuesday for conspiring to bribe a federal egg inspector.
Tony Wasmund, 64, of Wil Read More »
IOWA CITY — When former University of Iowa student Xiangnan Li faces a homicide trial in his native China, he will be immersed in a criminal justice system that is at once peculiar and familiar to that seen in the United States.
Three Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Mike Van Horn has run 14 marathons and several Ironman Triathlons in his lifetime.
And despite being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease two years ago, the 65-year-old said he isn’t letting it slow him dow Read More »
THE AMANAS — The largest number of people in eight years are expected to travel for the Fourth of July holiday this year. And those traveling by car can expect the lowest gas prices in five years.
Motor club AAA’s most recent s Read More »
RIDGEWAY — Some Winneshiek County farmers have found a unique way to re-use an abandoned elementary school building.
Many communities face the problem of what to do with old, vacant school buildings. Many are torn down. Others simply Read More »
POSTVILLE — Police say a Postville man stabbed a homeowner during a domestic dispute early Sunday morning.
28-year-old Justin Yoerger is charged with first degree burglary after police say he went into a home in the 400 block of West Read More »
Court workers in all 99 Iowa counties can now file court documents online and residents, lawyers and law enforcement personnel in each county can now file court cases online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The project started five years a Read More »
Two major reports were released on Wednesday by the USDA, including the grain stocks and acreage reports.
Corn is up 15% from a year ago and soybeans are up 54%. Those may sound like large increases, but the markets were expecting more. Do Read More »
DES MOINES — A statewide firefighters union has censured the Des Moines fire chief, criticizing what it says is his anti-labor management style.
The Des Moines Register reports that the group took the action at its convention on Frida Read More »