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  • LOCAL FEDERAL JURY RULES IN ETHANOL DEVELOPMENT CASEA federal jury in Sioux City has ordered a wealthy Irish investor to pay $2 million in damages to an Iowa doctor in a dispute over an ethanol development in [...]
  • PART OF COURT STREET TO CLOSE FOR PAVINGCourt Street will be closed Sunday north of Gordon Drive to allow placement of pavement from the Gordon Drive viaduct west to Court Street. The closure will last from approximately 8 [...]

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STATE CHARGES IN 2ND LEVON DEAN CASE DROPPED

STATE CHARGES IN 2ND LEVON DEAN CASE DROPPED

FOR THE SECOND TIME IN A MONTH, CHARGES IN A ROBBERY AND BURGLARY CASE AGAINST [...]

Iowa State opens Big 12 play with second straight Thursday game

Iowa State opens Big 12 play with second straight Thursday game

By Todd Kimm Iowa State is preparing for its Big 12 opener at [...]

Planned Parenthood seeks court review of rule banning telemed abortions

Planned Parenthood seeks court review of rule banning telemed abortions

By Dar Danielson Planned Parenthood of the Heartland has filed a request for [...]

Iowa Guard soldiers to join Red Cross volunteers in Colorado flood recovery

Iowa Guard soldiers to join Red Cross volunteers in Colorado flood recovery

By Pat Curtis Nine Iowa National Guard soldiers left for Colorado today to [...]

Congressman King says shut-down impact on economy minor compared to damage from “ObamaCare”

Congressman King says shut-down impact on economy minor compared to damage from “ObamaCare”

By Radio Iowa Contributor Republican Congressman Steve King says the president's Affordable Care [...]

Movie about Elk Horn has spurred new connections to Denmark

Movie about Elk Horn has spurred new connections to Denmark

By Radio Iowa Contributor A movie filmed in Elk Horn by a Danish [...]

KING LESS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT AVOIDING SHUTDOWN

KING LESS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT AVOIDING SHUTDOWN

IOWA CONGRESSMAN STEVE KING SAYS WITH A MIDNIGHT DEADLINE LOOMING BEFORE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PARTIALLY [...]

IOWA NATIONAL GUARD MAY BE AFFECTED BY GOVT. SHUTDOWN

IOWA NATIONAL GUARD MAY BE AFFECTED BY GOVT. SHUTDOWN

An Iowa National Guard spokesman says a government shutdown would idle more than 1,000 full-time [...]

CITY PRIMARY VOTE CENTER LOCATIONS

CITY PRIMARY VOTE CENTER LOCATIONS

HERE ARE THE VOTING CENTER LOCATIONS FOR NEXT TUESDAY'S CITY COUNCIL PRIMARY ELECTION. THIRTEEN VOTING [...]

“Elevate Advanced Manufacturing” a joint effort of industry, community colleges

“Elevate Advanced Manufacturing” a joint effort of industry, community colleges

By O. Kay Henderson An Iowa business group is working with the state's [...]