DES MOINES — Details began to emerge Wednesday of a road funding proposal that may be introduced soon, while a long line of special interest ... »
Iowa transportation officials want to study whether blue and white lights on snowplows will reduce crashes, but state law reserves those colors for ... »
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley launched the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing into the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be at ... »
DES MOINES — Board of Regents President Bruce Rastetter tried to allay lawmakers’ fears that rewarding public universities for enroll ... »
DES MOINES — State funding of Iowa’s K-12 schools would increase a total of 3.7 percent over the next two fiscal years under a bill p ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Advocates for the transformation of Cedar Lake just north of downtown Cedar Rapids have found new friends that matter.
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad was released from a Des Moines hospital Tuesday morning and is “resting comfortably” at his r ... »
IOWA CITY — A court settlement has been reached for one of the two remaining mid-19th century cottages on Dubuque Street.
Local attor ... »
MARION — Marion had a busy year in 2014, and 2015 is shaping up to be even busier, according to Mayor Allen “Snooks” Bouska. ... »
DES MOINES — Community college presidents presented a generally upbeat picture of Iowa’s two-year college system role in meeting pres ... »