- CSI exhibit lets Davenport visitors solve crimes
Officials say cheese plant sludge reaches stream
The state Department of Natural Resources says sludge from a northwest Iowa cheese processing plant overflowed from a storage tank and flowed into a nearby stream.
2 Iowa fugitives back in custody, department says
Iowa authorities say two missing inmates are back in custody after being listed as escaped.
FBI seeks information on eastern Iowa bank robberies
The Federal Bureau of Investigations is asking for the public’s help in solving three bank robberies in the last year in eastern Iowa.
Judge: Girl Scouts council has control over camps
A Scott County judge has ruled that a local Girl Scout council has the right to decide whether to sell any of the group's property without the approval of members.
Perjury trial to begin for ex-Iowa felon who voted
A woman charged with improperly voting as a felon is expected to stand trial in what could be the first case stemming from Iowa's voter fraud investigation to be decided by jurors.
West Des Moines seeks forester for tree removal
West Des Moines wants to hire a full-time urban forester to oversee removal of about 1,200 ash trees from city property, anticipating the spread of an insect pest that is killing ash trees by the millions.
Co-op plans 3 northern Iowa projects
Five Star Cooperative says it plans to invest about $9.7 million on three projects in northern Iowa.
Suspect in Iowa refuses to return to Colorado
An Iowa City woman has refused extradition to Colorado to face a murder charge.
4 Mercy hospitals form regional governing board
Four large medical centers in Iowa's Mercy Health Network have formed a new regional governing board.
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