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DES MOINES — Iowa officials have reported another probable case of bird flu in the state.
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship said Thursday that the case involves around 17,000 turkeys at a farm in Hamilton County. Read More »
Walmart updated its position on animal welfare and the use of antibiotics in its supply chain.
Now it`s asking suppliers for more transparency, with public reports on both issues every year. Walmart also acknowledged support for the five fre Read More »
DES MOINES - The U.S. Department of Agriculture has started shipping dead birds to landfills amid the bird flu outbreak.
Workers are taking extra precautions to keep the virus under control.
Officials say workers put birds in a contain Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Finding support to demolish the 128-year-old Knutson Building at a city Historic Preservation Commission meeting is as likely as beating up on the Bible at a Christian tent revival.
As expected, the commission voted una Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Beef isn’t cheap, and prices for popular cuts have been consistently climbing through the past five years.
The average price of a pound of ground beef was fairly steady from 2005 to 2010, according to the U.S. Bu Read More »
The Environmental Protection Agency released the finalized clean water rule on Wednesday.
Which it says protects streams and wetlands critical to public healt, communities and the economy.
After releasing a proposal last year, the EPA Read More »
DAVENPORT (AP) — Work is nearly finished on a $17 million facility in Davenport that will aid in the transfer of material from train to truck and vice versa.
Project manager Jim Benge tells the Quad-City Times that the project is six Read More »
IOWA CITY — Over the years, Jim Mondanaro has had a hand in establishing several local eateries, bars and a downtown Iowa City bakery.
But Mondanaro’s plans to install a brewery in his Coralville restaurant Mondo’s Draft Read More »
IOWA CITY (AP) — Demolition has begun on two Iowa City cottages that date to the 1850s, months after officials declined to designate them historic landmarks.
Crews started work Wednesday to demolish the cottages and replace them with Read More »
CEDAR FALLS — Utility customers heard an unusual sales pitch Thursday afternoon: Would they like to support renewable energy by buying shares of a community solar project?
Cedar Falls Utilities (CFU) is proposing a three- to six-acre Read More »
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