DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad on Wednesday signed a bill into law that protects cities and other governmental entities from liability for ... »
JOHNSON COUNTY — A member of the Johnson County Board of Supervisors says the board plans to put a “travel ban” on county trav ... »
IOWA CITY — The surveyor representing the applicants of a controversial Newport Road rezoning request predicts county supervisors will overtu ... »
IOWA CITY — The Johnson County Board of Supervisors plan to reach out to local structural engineers to finalize plans to add a secure entran ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Engineering and design consultants Tuesday unveiled a proposed near-final alignment of the city's coming flood control system, ... »
With emission standards and budgets tightening, more school districts are shifting from diesels to what they call cleaner, greener, and cheaper pro ... »
DES MOINES — Legislation barring K-12 schools from starting fall classes before Aug. 23 is on its way to Gov. Terry Branstad’s desk f ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Dave Elgin still is standing tall.
City engineer for 21 years — the last nearly eight of which he also has been ... »
DES MOINES — A package of measures designed to address bullying in Iowa schools passed the Iowa Senate with broad bipartisan support Tuesday ... »
DES MOINES — A coalition supporting a Senate-passed hike in Iowa’s minimum wage to $8.75 an hour is taking its campaign to the hometo ... »
DES MOINES — Ride-sharing companies such as Uber, which operates in the Cedar Rapids and Des Moines metro areas and is eyeing the Quad Citie ... »
The Iowa Legislature passed a bottle and can recycling law on April Fools’ Day 1978.
The bill entered the world with ... »