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Snow already making travel difficult with more on the way

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Snow already making travel difficult with more on the way

By Dar Danielson The snow continues to fall across the state and it is expected last through the night. Bob Younie with the Iowa DOT says the plows are working as fast as they can but most of the roads south of Highway 30 are not clear. “Quite a few of the roads in central and southern part […]

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GOP candidates for US Senate differ on term limits

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By O. Kay Henderson Five Republicans who are vying for their party's U.S. Senate nomination gathered for a 90-minute forum tonight, agreeing on most issues, but disagreeing on [...]