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  • BIRD FLU DRIVES EGG PRICES TO RECORD HIGHIowa egg production for April fell 8 percent from the month before and 4 percent from a year ago as the bird flu claimed millions of egg-laying hens. The loss drove [...]
  • SIOUXLAND FREEDOM PARK HONORS FALLEN SOLDIERSTHE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND IS UNDERWAY WITH SEVERAL EVENTS TAKING PLACE TO HONOR FALLEN SOLDIERS AT SIOUXLAND FREEDOM PARK IN SOUTH SIOUX CITY. A MEMORIAL RUN FOLLOWED BY FIREWORKS TAKES PLACE [...]
  • STATE BOARD APPROVES TAX CREDITS FOR PORK PLANT PROJECTThe Iowa Economic Development Authority Board has awarded financial assistance and tax benefits to the proposed pork plant project in Sioux City. The Seaboard and Triumph Foods collaboration was awarded tax [...]

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Hawkeyes hold on to beat Purdue 83-76  0

Hawkeyes hold on to beat Purdue 83-76

By Dar Danielson The Iowa Hawkeyes saw another double-digit lead disappear, but they [...]

Hunting show host appearing at Iowa Deer Classic  0

Hunting show host appearing at Iowa Deer Classic

By Matt Kelley The host of two popular hunting shows on the Outdoor [...]

Osar nominated documentary features Iowa Penitentiary  0

Osar nominated documentary features Iowa Penitentiary

By Pat Curtis Prison officials in Iowa will be closely watching the Academy [...]

February one of the coldest months in over a decade  0

February one of the coldest months in over a decade

By Pat Curtis Many Iowans are looking forward to spring and warmer weather [...]

Pioneer Theater in Milford raising funds to go digital  0

Pioneer Theater in Milford raising funds to go digital

By Radio Iowa Contributor A northwest Iowa movie theater will reopen March 7th, [...]

Regents admonish U-I president for lack of communication on sexual assault issue (audio)  0

Regents admonish U-I president for lack of communication on sexual assault issue (audio)

By Dar Danielson The Board of Regents met with University of Iowa President [...]

Regulators approve $135.5 million rate hike for MidAmerican  0

Regulators approve $135.5 million rate hike for MidAmerican

By O. Kay Henderson The Iowa Utilities Board has approved a $135.5 million [...]

Supreme Court orders new trial on damages in railroad injury case  0

Supreme Court orders new trial on damages in railroad injury case

By Dar Danielson The Iowa Supreme Court has ordered a jury award given [...]

Man found dead in Newton was beaten and stabbed  0

Man found dead in Newton was beaten and stabbed

By Pat Curtis Autopsy results show a Colorado man, found dead in Newton, [...]

Dancers from across the country swing into Des Moines  0

Dancers from across the country swing into Des Moines

By Matt Kelley We've heard plenty lately about the emerald ash borer, but [...]