- Donation provides rescue equipment OMAHA, Neb. — Two area fire departments recently received rescue equipment.The Goose Lake and Lost Nation volunteer fire departments received grain bin rescue equipment through a donation from Farm Credit Services of America.Goose Lake received its e
- Jury hears about texts in Iowa trial DAVENPORT (AP) — A woman who was romantically involved with an Iowa man charged with killing his pregnant wife testified Wednesday during his trial that she thought he would ultimately leave his spouse.Rachel McFarland said she was in love with Seth
NJ Gov. Christie to be in Iowa and 2016 spotlight
New Jersey's Chris Christie insists it's his role as Republican Governors Association chairman that's bringing him to Iowa this week, to raise money for other politicians, including Gov. Terry Branstad, a five-term incumbent with lots of campaign cash already.
1,234 Iowa voters listed as deceased
Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz is sending a letter to county election officials suggesting they remove more than 1,200 Iowa voters who may be dead.
- Defense: Slain wife of man on trial had an affair DAVENPORT — Attorneys for an Iowa man charged with killing his pregnant wife said Tuesday that the victim was having an affair with a co-worker, but that authorities failed to fully investigate and disclose the relationship.Seth Techel’s lawyers said
- White wants Hawkeyes to be more intense DES MOINES — Iowa senior Aaron White still can’t quite put his finger on why the Hawkeyes collapsed last basketball season.What White has learned is that the Hawks will need to worry more about their intensity than their expectations in 2014-15.White
Jury seated for man's 3rd trial in wife's slaying
A jury has been seated to hear the third trial of an Iowa man charged with killing his wife and unborn child.
Woman escapes fire, blasts at eastern Iowa home
A woman has escaped flames and explosions of oxygen tanks at her home in eastern Iowa.
Branstad has $4 million in campaign chest
Gov. Terry Branstad says he has over $4 million in the bank for his re-election campaign.
Crop diseases concern farmers
This month, high winds, severe thunderstorms and flash flooding were all enough for Gov. Terry Branstad to make disaster proclamations for portions of eastern Iowa. Clinton County mostly avoided the intense conditions, though Jackson and Scott counties (north and south of Clinton, respectively) drew the state's attention.
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