DES MOINES — Donald Trump’s celebrity status and name recognition have elevated his poll standings, Gov. Terry Branstad said Tuesday, ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — So much for the temporary freeze on new spending that City Manager Jeff Pomeranz imposed two weeks ago to give him and the Ci ... »
DES MOINES — Poultry and egg producers in Iowa are gradually rebuilding stocks hard hit by Avian influenza with the help of $700 million in ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Two days after the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act being signed into law, the City Council approved a ... »
Public transit advocates and lawmakers are pushing an amendment to a U.S. Senate transportation funding bill they say would break the stranglehold ... »
DES MOINES — He slings insults left and right.
He derides anyone who dares challenge him, from elected officials and his political riv ... »
Linn County has been greatly enriched by a multitude of projects paid for in part by more than $6 million in state Resource Enhancement and Protect ... »
IOWA CITY — With the go-ahead from the Iowa City Council, city staff will be drafting a proposed amendment to the city's Comprehensive Plan t ... »
IOWA CITY — Roughly 75 people rallied Monday outside City Hall for better treatment of black children, and then received support from some C ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Odds in Cedar Rapids are moving against you if you're driving a stolen vehicle, driving without a license, or are wanted on a ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The 2016 presidential candidates, who are already getting a workout on the campaign trail, are being challenged to show their ... »
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul will be making more than a half dozen stops in Eastern Iowa at the end of the week.
Paul, a U.S. ... »
“And I know there are challenges right here in Iowa because you’ve been talki ... »