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Supreme Court orders new trial on damages in railroad injury case

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Supreme Court orders new trial on damages in railroad injury case

By Dar Danielson The Iowa Supreme Court has ordered a jury award given to a man injured while working for the Burlington-Northern-Santa Fe railroad to be refigured. John Giza was 59 when he suffered a knee injury in the rail yard in Red Oak in 2009 that made him unable to continue working. He sued for damages. Giza […]

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Cool temperatures raise questions about early frost

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By Radio Iowa Contributor With the cooler temperatures that we have been experiencing, many farmers are wondering if that may mean an early frost is likely this year, [...]