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(Radio Iowa) – A Marshalltown man was killed in a motorcycle crash late last night north of Marshalltown. The Iowa State Patrol identifies the victim as 33-year-old Matthew Allen Lavender. A passenger, ...

(Radio Iowa) – The conservative group “Americans for Prosperity” is urging members of the U.S. House to vote against the Farm Bill when it comes up for a vote, perhaps later today. Christine Harbin is ...

(Radio Iowa) – One of the Republicans who’s running for the U.S. Senate calls Bruce Braley – the likely U.S. Senate nominee for Iowa Democrats — a “vulnerable” opponent. David Young recently quit ...

(Radio Iowa) – Sumner Police Dennis Cain faced the man who shot him during a bank robbery and police chase in October of 2012 for the first time Monday. Chief Cain delivered a victim impact statement during ...

(Radio Iowa) – Opinions are mixed on whether charges should be filed against the man who leaked top-secret documents about the U.S. government’s anti-terrorism program, which included spying on millions of ...

(Radio Iowa) – An update from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows 94-percent of Iowa’s corn crop is planted, while about three-quarters of the intended soybean acreage is in the ground. Iowa Agriculture ...

(Radio Iowa) – Republican State Auditor Mary Mosiman has been on the job for exactly one month and one day. “I am very honored to be serving in this capacity and I would like to continue to serve in this ...

Woman ‘Intoxicated by Fear’ Fakes Her Own Kidnapping

A woman faked her own kidnapping because she was “intoxicated by fear” of getting caught driving under the influence, police told ABC News. The Beverly Police Department in Massachusetts charged Maria Brayfield, ...

Warm Weather Stirs Up Amoeba Warning

Florida health officials are urging swimmers to steer clear of stagnant water, which could be home to millions of microscopic killers. Naegleria fowleri, an amoeba invisible to the naked eye, loves to lurk in ...

NSA: ‘Over 50′ Terror Plots Foiled by Data Dragnets

The director of the National Security Administration today told Congress that more than 50 potential terrorist attacks have been thwarted by two controversial programs tracking more than a billion phone calls and ...