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DES MOINES — Organizers of a new statewide bicycle ride are changing the date of their planned event so it doesn’t conflict with an annual ride that dates to the 1970s.
MONTEZUMA — A confession by the suspect in the death of University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts is not reliable because he was sleep deprived and susceptible to coercion after hours of questioning, a defense expert testified Thursday.
DES MOINES — A judge has rejected a motion to dismiss a puppy laundering suit brought by the state against several Iowa companies, including one in Wapello County.
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has named 14 officials to a committee she’s created that will make recommendations for removing racial bias from the Iowa criminal justice system and help reduce recidivism among former offenders.
WAUKEE — Authorities are investigating an explosion at an Iowa gender reveal party one day after a blast at a similar gathering killed a 56-year-old woman in a nearby community.
MUSCATINE — Look no further than Pearl City Station, a plain brick building set along the banks of the Mississippi River, to understand the growing sense of uncertainty seeping into the Democratic Party’s 2020 primary contest.
CEDAR RAPIDS — For the second month in a row, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is leading the Democratic field in Iowa, but Pete Buttigieg has moved into second place with 102 days until the first-in-the-nation caucuses.
DES MOINES — An Iowa hospital association spokesman said at a state unemployment hearing that he was fired after using satirical, “Donald Trump language” in criticizing Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds’ handling of Medicaid privatization.
IOWA CITY — An Iowa trooper who was fired after a lengthy sexual harassment and workplace safety investigation has filed a lawsuit alleging he was wrongly terminated and illegally blocked from seeking disability.Former Iowa State Patrol officer Wade Karp, who worked at the Capitol complex in…
CORALVILLE — A nonprofit controlled by the former director of a popular annual Iowa bike ride is hosting a conference that features the rival event that he launched this month.
WATERLOO — John McAnear, a 77-year-old Air Force veteran, stood in an audience of hundreds in suburban Des Moines with an oxygen tank at his side, wheezing as he implored Pete Buttigieg to protect the Department of Veterans Affairs.
MANCHESTER AP) — A judge overseeing a trial to determine whether an eastern Iowa roadside zoo should be closed told her courtroom she gagged on the “horrible stench” while touring the facility.
DES MOINES — The Marine Corps has corrected the identity of another of the men who were photographed raising the American flag at Iwo Jima during World War II.
KNOXVILLE – Police say a Knoxville man made multiple threats toward law enforcement, including that he planned to place bombs on or near the cars and residences of police officers.
IOWA CITY — Organizers of the popular summer bike ride across Iowa are cutting ties with its longtime sponsor, the Des Moines Register, amid backlash over the newspaper’s handling of a story.
IOWA CITY — The number of known cases of sexual harassment committed by employees in Iowa’s executive branch spiked last year after responsibility for conducting investigations was shifted to a central agency.
DUBUQUE (AP) — A judge has ordered a mental health evaluation to see whether a man accused of trying to kill his wife in Dubuque was competent to enter a plea.
ANKENY (AP) — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds says she is forming a working group chaired by the lieutenant governor to make recommendations for removing racial bias from the criminal justice system and to help offenders re-enter communities in a way that reduces repeat offenses.
DES MOINES (AP) — Police in Des Moines have announced the arrests of two men in the fatal shooting of another man on the city's north side earlier this month.
CORALVILLE — Gov. Kim Reynolds backed the new leader of Iowa’s human resources agency Thursday, saying he made an honest error when he misstated on his résumé what his department does.
DES MOINES — The Iowa Supreme Court issued an immediate order Thursday that prohibits physical break-ins of courthouses or entry outside of regular business hours by cybersecurity testers after two workers hired by state court administrators were arrested for breaking into the Dallas County …
WATERLOO — An Iowa high school science teacher has been placed on administrative leave after he made what appeared to be a threatening social media comment about 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg.
FORT DODGE — A central Iowa pastor who also served as a chaplain to area first responders was robbed and beaten to death outside of his church, authorities said.
DUBUQUE — Iowa game officials and deer hunters are taking extra precautions this season in the wake of an emerging threat of a chronic fatal disease affecting deer.The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has said it plans to collect as many deer samples in northeastern Iowa as it can this h…
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds says until the U.S. House votes on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, she’s not convinced there’s a case.
SIOUX CITY — The island nation of Micronesia is raising concerns about how some of its citizens working at an Iowa pork processing plant are being treated.
ANKENY – Casey’s General Stores announced the permanent name for its Midwest Mystery Pizza and introduced the man who named it during Casey’s Largest Pizza Party Saturday.
NEW YORK — Two bipartisan groups of state attorneys general are launching separate antitrust investigations into Facebook and Google, adding to regulatory scrutiny of two of the world’s largest and most ubiquitous tech companies.
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SARASOTA [mdash]Loretta M. (Foster) Garlock, formerly of Clinton, Iowa, age 96, passed away November 9, 2019 at The Pines of Sarasota nursing home in Sarasota, Florida. She was born January 9, 1923 in Savanna, Illinois to Alfred and Marion (McCutcheon) Foster. On June 15, 1944, Loretta marri…
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