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February one of the coldest months in over a decade

February one of the coldest months in over a decade

By Pat Curtis Many Iowans are looking forward to spring and warmer weather [...]

Pioneer Theater in Milford raising funds to go digital

Pioneer Theater in Milford raising funds to go digital

By Radio Iowa Contributor A northwest Iowa movie theater will reopen March 7th, [...]

Regents admonish U-I president for lack of communication on sexual assault issue (audio)

Regents admonish U-I president for lack of communication on sexual assault issue (audio)

By Dar Danielson The Board of Regents met with University of Iowa President [...]

Regulators approve $135.5 million rate hike for MidAmerican

Regulators approve $135.5 million rate hike for MidAmerican

By O. Kay Henderson The Iowa Utilities Board has approved a $135.5 million [...]

Supreme Court orders new trial on damages in railroad injury case

Supreme Court orders new trial on damages in railroad injury case

By Dar Danielson The Iowa Supreme Court has ordered a jury award given [...]

Man found dead in Newton was beaten and stabbed

Man found dead in Newton was beaten and stabbed

By Pat Curtis Autopsy results show a Colorado man, found dead in Newton, [...]

Dancers from across the country swing into Des Moines

Dancers from across the country swing into Des Moines

By Matt Kelley We've heard plenty lately about the emerald ash borer, but [...]

Iowa Senate passes “Contagious or Infectious Disease Transmission Act”

Iowa Senate passes “Contagious or Infectious Disease Transmission Act”

By O. Kay Henderson The Iowa Senate has voted to lessen and even [...]

IRS investigating possible identity theft from UNI employees

IRS investigating possible identity theft from UNI employees

By Pat Curtis Around 50 employees of the University of Northern Iowa have [...]

Grinnell College opens conference tournament

Grinnell College opens conference tournament

By Radio Iowa Contributor Grinnell College opens first round play of the Midwest [...]