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(Radio Iowa) – Democratic Congressman Dave Loebsack is “not convinced at this point” a U.S. missile strike into Syria is “the right thing to do.” “I think we all do agree that it was absolutely ...

(Radio Iowa) – Several pieces of art from the University of Iowa’s collection — including a painting from Grant Wood — will be on display at various facilities around the state after a donation to the ...

(Radio Iowa) – Governor Terry  Branstad is making his first ever trip to India, where he’ll promote Iowa agricultural services such as farm equipment and biosciences. Kemin Industries, John Deere, and other ...

(Radio Iowa) – The man Governor Branstad has asked to “restore predictability and integrity” to the Iowa Department of Public Safety met with reporters this morning, stressing that he’s focused on the ...

(Radio Iowa) – The Governor’s Office of Drug Control Policy (ODCP) has launched a new service called “The Connection” in hopes of spreading information more rapidly about emerging drug problems. ODCP ...

(Radio Iowa) – A convicted sex offender who lists his address as Creston, Iowa, and who had been deported to Mexico recently has been taken into custody near Lincoln, Nebraska. Terry Wagner, the sheriff in ...

In recent years, more than 9,500 Iowans unwittingly paid an annual $60 membership fee to a California-based online company. Now, The Active Network of San Diego has agreed to pay over $237,000 to Iowans who had been ...

Montana Supreme Court Blocks Judge’s Bid to Resentence Teacher in Rape Case

Montana’s Supreme Court blocked a judge today from resentencing a former teacher who was given a 30-day sentence for raping a 14-year-old girl who later committed suicide. The ruling, which was supported by ...

Aaron Hernandez’s Alleged History of Guns, Drugs Key to Trial

When the murder of trial of Aaron Hernandez begins there are likely to be two men portrayed in the courtroom. One: the rising star tight end in the vaunted Patriots organization who caught passes from one of the ...

Search for Missing Michigan Star-Crossed Teens Leaves Families Baffled

The families of two Michigan teenagers who took off together 11 days ago continue to ask why the two youngsters wanted to leave town. Jayden Thomas, 13, of Clare, and Braxton Wood, 14, of Mount Pleasant, have been ...