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Legislation to repeal country of origin labeling was introduced on Tuesday by House Ag Committee Chair Mike Conaway. The bill gets rid of cool, which is non-compliant, according to the World Trade Organization decision on Monday.
The U.S. no Read More »
DES MOINES — Supporters of plans to build an arena and sports performance complex at Coralville’s Iowa River Landing made a pitch Thursday for $12 million in state assistance, but drew opposition from Cedar Rapids’ tourism of Read More »
WATERLOO — A group of volunteers is concerned about the future of the old Wonder Bread bakery building in downtown Waterloo. The group’s mission is to “Save the Wonder” of Waterloo, by ensuring the former bakery isn Read More »
IOWA CITY — Hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners are in Iowa City this week learning about how to grow their organizations.
It’s part of EntreFEST, one of the largest business innovation conferences in the state.
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On Monday, the World Trade Organization made it’s decision on country of origin labeling for meat products.
They decided against the U.S. in the fourth and last appeal.
Country of origin labeling, often abbreviated to ‘CO Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The nationwide expansion of a faulty air bag recall potentially means one in seven cars in the U.S. will need parts replaced. But when will motorists know if they're part of the new recall and how long they will have to wait f Read More »
FAIRFAX — A new phone scam is aiming for your Social Security number. The scam was brought to the attention of TV9 by Patrick Slater, director at Fairfax State Savings Bank. He got an automated call Wednesday morning, telling him there was Read More »
WATERLOO — ConAgra Foods is planning a $50 million, 99,000-square-foot expansion at its Waterloo facility, city officials announced Wednesday.
The plant, located in the Waterloo MidPort Industrial Park, makes snacks marketed under the Read More »
IOWA CITY — In less than one month, Boulder, Colo-based Lucky's Market will open its first natural and organic grocery store in Iowa.
Officials with Lucky's Market announced in a Tuesday news release the new store, located at 1668 Sy Read More »
Prairie strips are the newest tool in the toolbox to keep farm inputs on the field and out of Iowa`s waterways. They`re a strip of ground seeded to a mix of native prairie plants.
Curbing runoff with deep root systems and providing wildlife Read More »