Iowa’s score has fallen on a national report that ranks our highways based on their condition and cost-effectiveness.
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates more Iowans are living in poverty now than at the beginning of the recession.
Learfield Communications, Inc. Home sales in Iowa decreased last month by 9.2-percent compared to August 2013, according to a new report from the Iowa Association of Realtors. I-A-R President Kathy Miller isn’t entirely…
Governor Terry Branstad is proposing creation of a new, state-run clearinghouse to help direct workers and students into college training programs and apprenticeships so they can land a job.
QUINCY, Ill. (AP) — A former western Illinois prosecutor and University of Illinois football standout accused of killing his first wife on Valentine’s Day eight years ago is scheduled to be arraigned.
State wildlife officials say hunters in Iowa have sufficiently thinned down the deer herds, so the number of hunting licenses that will be issued is being scaled back to stabilize the population.
Six of the 10 members of a legislative committee say it’s time for Iowa to make growing and distributing marijuana legal, if it’s used for medical purposes.
Congressman Dave Loebsack says congress should vote on whether the U.S. escalates its military response against Islamic militants who’ve seized portions of Iraq and Syria.
Residents in eight Iowa communities…two of them in our area…can get landscape-quality trees at a deep discount through a program launching in a few weeks.
An internal audit report has warned that Iowa State University was out of compliance with federal law for years in the limited way that students were informed about sexual assaults and other crimes on campus.