Marion's mayor says city's growth is on the right track

Marion's mayor says city's growth is on the right track

Marion's mayor says the city's growth is a sign it's on the right track. Growth was the theme at the city's state of the city.

Young Americans for Liberty hand out 'reverse pot brownies'

Some students at the University of Iowa were giving out what they called "reverse pot brownies." They are using it as a ploy to call for the end of the war on drugs.

Push to ban the retail sale of puppy mill dogs in Iowa City

Some concerned people in Iowa City are calling for a retail ban on the sale of pets from commercial breeders, sometimes known as puppy mills.

Census shows several counties in Iowa are losing their population size

New numbers for the U.S. Census Bureau shows more than 2/3 of the counties in Iowa are losing population. However business owners in Benton county are optimistic the trend can change.

Experts: Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum was 'scammed'

Experts say the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum was scammed- and it is the reason for the museum closing its upcoming exhibit.

Census shows some Iowa counties losing population

New numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show more than 2/3 of the counties in Iowa are losing population. However some business owners are optimistic the trend can change.

Cornell's Lexi Dettbarn learns sport of lacrosse, turns into 4-year player

Lexi Dettbarn had never played lacrosse in high school, but joined the team her freshman year and turned into a four-year player.

 

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