DES MOINES — State net tax receipts finished the 2015 fiscal year up $376.7 million from the previous year and above the projected annual gr ... »
MOUNT PLEASANT — Two weeks away from the governor’s ... »
DES MOINES — In-state undergraduate students attending Iowa's three public universities will not see a tuition increase this fall.
Ne ... »
A group opposing a proposed Bakken crude oil pipeline through Iowa accused the state utility board Friday of flouting its own rules to rush through ... »
ANKENY — Key state lawmakers would like to find a way next year to lighten Iowans’ tax bills.
Tax reform did not get much of a ... »
DES MOINES — Any educators and parents of Iowa schoolchildren who got heartburn from the school funding debate that congested the recently c ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday he's not ruling anything in or anything out, including a special legislative session, as he begi ... »
DES MOINES — Renewing or replacing an Iowa driver’s license just got easier, according to state transportation officials.
Paul ... »
DES MOINES — The split-control Legislature should set state education funding increases for the next two fiscal years before they adjourn th ... »
DES MOINES — Iowa senators and representatives have approved legislation requiring elected officials, including themselves, to provide citiz ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad said Tuesday he expects the split-control Legislature will have to approve temporary spending authority thi ... »
DES MOINES — An opponent of construction of an oil pipeline across Iowa is threatening to hit Iowa lawmakers with what hurts — money ... »