DES MOINES — Students or staff members in schools across Iowa who have allergy-related health issues will be able to breathe easier next sch ... »
DES MOINES — Left unanswered was the $10 million question.
Did Eddie Ray Tipton just get lucky, or did the former security employee fo ... »
DES MOINES — A woman is raped, becomes pregnant and carries the child.
Her attacker is arrested, tried and found guilty — yet s ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad signed 18 bills into law on Friday, including a measure that will change the penalties related to cheating ... »
Corridor schools, facing budget uncertainty about state funding, likely will see level or reduced staffing as well as larger class sizes in 2015-16 ... »
DES MOINES — Majority Senate Democrats on Tuesday issued a fiscal 2016 budget outline that calls for spending the same $7.341 billion propos ... »
DES MOINES — The Clinton City Council’s decision to consider spending more than $225,000 in new gas-tax revenue on salaries for new c ... »
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad told reporters Monday he was hopeful that all his administration’s department heads would win confir ... »
DES MOINES — The consequences of the Legislature’s education funding impasse are taking shape as school districts certify their budge ... »
DES MOINES — What would Jesus do?
If he were a member of the Iowa Legislature, Rep. Rob Taylor believes he would peacefully protest t ... »