Nurses claim Iowa health chain blacklisted them
Two former Dubuque nurses have filed a lawsuit alleging they have been unfairly blacklisted by one of Iowa's largest health care chains.
Roughly 200 animals, dead and alive, hoarded at Iowa home
Animal rescuers laid out dozens of dead animals into neat rows Friday, while a police officer chipped away at ice chunks containing frozen animal carcasses, in what authorities said may be one of the largest animal hoarding cases in the state.
Miller-Meeks announces she'll seek US House seat
Mariannette Miller-Meeks says she'll seek the Republican nomination to Iowa's 2nd Congressional District in her third try for the House seat.
Iowa town wants train crossing made safer
Some northwest Iowa residents want more safety devices placed where two little girls were fatally injured when a train struck a car there were in with their mother and big brother.
Long lines seek American liquidation 'bargains'
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Scores of bargain hunters have descended on American TV & Appliance stores looking for a closeout deal.
Blaze damages fire station in Bellevue
No injuries have been reported from a fire that forced an Iowa firefighter to drive a firetruck out of a station so he could turn around and fight a fire inside the station.
Man questioned is person of interest in Wolfe sisters' death
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh police say a man who was questioned regarding the slaying of two former Clinton residents is a person of interest in the case. Lt. Daniel Herrmann says the unidentified man agreed to be interviewed by detectives Wednesday and his house was searched.
DA: Man questioned in Wolfe sisters' deaths
The district attorney says a man was questioned to "facilitate" the investigation into the slaying of two Pittsburgh women who were former Clinton residents.
Iowa deer harvest in 2013 falls below 100,000,
The number of deer taken by hunters in Iowa last year fell below 100,000 for the first time since the mid-1990s. It's the eighth straight year the deer harvest has declined in Iowa.
Unusual Iowa abortion rule has surprising result
While many states passed sweeping abortion laws last year, the Iowa General Assembly endorsed just one — a perplexing measure befitting one of the few legislatures under divided control.
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