Iowa Juvenile Home's closing cut options for girls
Some court officials are concerned the Iowa Juvenile Home's closing has created an unequal system where girls don't have the same options.
- Two move on to State Fair DEWITT — Want a free bid to the Iowa State Fair? A few girls in the Clinton County Fair’s Bill Riley Talent Show figured out that one way to punch that ticket is to get on the stage.Participants age 7 to 16 did so on Sunday, showcasing their gymnasti
Eight dead people still registered to vote
CLINTON — The Iowa Secretary of State’s office found that 1,234 presumed dead people are still registered to vote in Iowa, including eight in Clinton County.The state uncovered the names by cross referencing with the Social Security Death Index. The
Iowa State U. ordered to pay $650K to ex-employee
The Iowa Supreme Court is ordering Iowa State University to pay $650,000 to a former employee who was the subject of vicious mistreatment by superiors.
Judge halts company's claims about spray product
A judge has barred a Las Vegas company from calling Iowa residents and claiming to sell a human growth hormone product that kills cancer cells.
Iowa rejects juvenile mandatory minimum sentences
A divided Iowa Supreme Court says juvenile offenders must be resentenced if they were convicted in the state as adults and awarded mandatory minimum sentences.
Iowa medical marijuana suspects no longer charged
The parents of an Iowa man who says he grew marijuana to help treat his cancer no longer face charges.
Black bear presence confirmed in northeast Iowa
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that tracks and fecal matter left near some northeast Iowa beehives came from a black bear.
Court rejects lawsuit, but warns of implicit bias
The Iowa Supreme Court rejected a class-action lawsuit Friday that alleged the Iowa executive branch discriminated against black job applicants, even while finding that African-Americans face subtle biases that make it harder to land employment.
Iowa nixes solar grant after lobbying
Gov. Terry Branstad's administration surrendered a $1 million grant designed to make Iowa a nationwide leader in solar energy after electric utilities lobbied for major changes, emails show.
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