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Leaders of the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways and Means Committee are hammering out a fast-track bill to allow the president to negotiate trade deals and speed them through Congress.
So-called Trade Promotion Authority allows t Read More »
DUBUQUE — City Manager Mike Van Milligen has changed his budget recommendation for the Dubuque’s Fire Department.
Last month, Van Milligen recommended the city begin a new service Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources will host public forums later this month on proposed changes to how topsoil is handled on construction sites. The current state requirement, established in 2012, says builders need to Read More »
Precipitation this winter has been relatively quiet, except for two snowstorms in February.
That’s according to state climatologist Harry Hillaker, who says it`s been a stark contrast to last winter, which had a lot of snowfall.< Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Think big.
That was the unspoken message to companies that want to redevelop the old Smulekoff’s furniture building in downtown Cedar Rapids.
The longtime furniture retailer closed its doors after 125 years Read More »
Last week, President Obama vetoed the Keystone pipeline approval act, calling it a Congressional attempt to circumvent established processes for figuring out whether or not a cross-border pipeline serves the national interest.
Iowa Sen. Chuc Read More »
IOWA CITY (AP) — An Iowa ethanol company must pay an additional $1.1 million in wages and attorneys’ fees to a former employee who was already awarded $1.4 million in damages for sexual harassment, a judge ruled Monday.
Homelan Read More »
When Alec Whitters was studying for his dental boards, he had a revelation.
“I had to study with these paper flash cards. And that to me is an absolutely ridiculous idea. You know I’ve got this smart phone, same size, can do so Read More »
DES MOINES — Iowa is widely known for its corn and hogs. Less well known is that livestock and farm commodities, most often at remote rural locations, often are an easy target for thieves.
In Iowa, there were more convictions for live Read More »
DUBUQUE (AP) — Iowa racing officials are reviewing a recommended plan to distribute $72 million settlement related to the end of greyhound racing in Council Bluffs.
The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commi Read More »
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