Transamerica has agreed to a $5.4 million settlement with roughly 17,000 current and former employees in a lawsuit that accused the investment company of offering several poor performing options in its employee retirement plan.
The Johnson County Board of Supervisors voted on Thursday to change the county’s namesake from a slave-owning former Vice President to a University of Iowa alumna and the second African American woman to receive her PhD in the history of the United States
12-year-old Zechariah Cartledge founded the nonprofit Running 4 Heroes in 2019. He travels the country and runs to honor first responders killed or injured in the line of duty. He was in Iowa two weeks ago to honor area law enforcement officers who were killed on the job this year. While here, he met Deputy William Halverson.
During a press conference Wednesday, Governor Kim Reynolds said her office will be appealing the decision made by an Iowa judge that permanently blocked a 2020 law that imposed a 24-hour waiting period for abortions.
A man who pleaded guilty to leaving a menacing voicemail for Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has been ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation and have no contact with the Republican governor for five years.