The period of “extended” unemployment benefits for nearly four-thousand Iowans is over.
The fire that completely destroyed a home on Summer Street Thursday in Burlington has left the owner of the home, Mary McMillan, without a lot of every day items, and donations are appreciated.
Some warmer temperatures finally moved into Iowa yesterday and they’ll be hanging around today and tomorrow.
If you were in the area yesterday, chances are you heard a lot of sirens and saw a lot of smoke.
With Christmas behind us now, the Des Moines County Regional Landfill is letting customers dispose of Christmas trees for free.
Researchers in Iowa City are exploring the possibility of turning the state’s threatened ash trees into biomass fuel. A tiny insect that kills ash trees may present an opportunity for the University of Iowa’s biomass…
Two Iowans involved in organ donation will be featured on the “Donate Life Float” in the annual Rose Parade in Pasedena, California on New Year’s Day.
Two Midwestern economists suggest youth unemployment will cause long-time trouble for the U.S. economy. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says it’s a “huge concern.”… “We have young men and women, boys and girls in high…
After being chased on foot by Burlington Police, 37-year-old Wilson Porter of Burlington was arrested on several drug charges.
A 15-year-old is dead after being shot Sunday night in Galesburg.