DES MOINES — Some of Iowa’s political clout in the nation’s capitol will diminish when retiring Sen. Tom Harkin and 3rd Distri ... »
Nearly two-year old property tax reform legislation is finding new ways to concern local governments.
The Iowa Department of Revenue’s ... »
Growing up, Beth Babka remembers celebrating Thanksgiving with her family. She and her five brothers would play, goof off and eat.
This Thank ... »
NORTH LIBERTY — Officials are hoping new city ordinances will better establish local enforcement on meth lab cleanup and drug paraphernalia. ... »
WASHINGTON — With less than three weeks left until the 113th Congress adjourns, Iowa lawmakers are calling on their colleagues to pass a win ... »
IOWA CITY — City officials have recommended the city provide financial aid to a local developer’s proposed 96-unit apartment complex. ... »
WAVERLY — This flood-ravaged Cedar River community took an approach quite different from that of Cedar Rapids in protecting itself from futu ... »
IOWA CITY — When Tayo Ajose goes into a store, she’s careful to hold the item she wants to buy prominently in front of her body. The ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Rod Blum started a software company from scratch and grew it to more than 300 employees, so he knows a little about the steep ... »
Community health care centers and rural health clinics are underprepared to properly deal with a jump in demand for primary care services and incre ... »