School counselors assigned to too many students in Iowa

Wed Nov 20 21:02:18 PST 2019

School counselors assigned to too many students in Iowa

The National Association for College Admission Counseling says Iowa doesn't have enough school counselors to meet the needs of its students.

Tama County group working to build strong support system for mental health

An event this weekend in Tama County is encouraging people to talk about mental health and suicide.

Guns, electronics taken from home following Starmont threat

Deputies in eastern Iowa took a gun and electronics from the home of a 13-year-old following a social media threat.

Ornaments painted by Tiffin students on display in Washington, DC

Middle school students made ornaments to put on the Iowa tree outside of the White House.

Cedar Rapids library takes steps to get rid of fines

The Library Board of Trustees hopes to have the new policy in place by July 1, 2020.

Congolese immigrant stuck in Iowa City

An immigrant from the Democratic Republic of the Congo is stuck in the hospital in Iowa City. And he doesn't know when he'll be able to leave.

School employee charged with sexual exploitation

Prosecutors filed sexual exploitation charges against Joshua Brown, of the Starmont School District, after a month-long investigation.

 

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