CEDAR RAPIDS — The City Council has agreed to spend $100,000 on two new projects, $50,000 on a downtown facade-improvement program and the s ... »
DES MOINES — Iowa employers who pay into the state unemployment trust fund will see their contributions drop by $108 million when the averag ... »
DES MOINES – A Texas company looking to build a crude oil pipeline across Iowa expects to hold “open houses” in 17 to 19 affec ... »
JOHNSTON — Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett has been looking to the Iowa Legislature for help since the moment the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commi ... »
DES MOINES — A coalition of prosecutors has halted a predatory loan operation that targeted U.S. service members.
Nearly $92 million i ... »
DES MOINES, Iowa — Gov. Terry Branstad on Tuesday asked President Barack Obama to designate 22 counties in Iowa eligible for federal disaste ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday he does not plan to take a position on a proposed crude oil pipeline that would stretch diagona ... »
MARION — The city of Marion is considering economic development incentives to help two local manufacturing companies — Legacy Manufac ... »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Men with weathered faces and signs asking for money are hard to ignore when they camp next to Interstate 380 ramps in the cit ... »
DES MOINES — A coalition of groups on Tuesday called upon the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to strengthen proposed clean water rules ... »
A federal transportation proposal would remove restrictions on toll booths on federal roads, which could provide states like Iowa a new revenue str ... »
Fire Department Chaplain Phil Saunders said when he delivers the prayer before a Cedar Rapids City Council meeting, he prays for wisdom.
U.S. administration officials, private sector executives and privacy advocates are reviewing a draft of a bill that would encourage sharing of cybe ... »