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(Radio Iowa News) – Cell phone owners will pay more to support the networks that handle emergency 911 calls as a result of legislation Governor Terry Branstad has signed into law. Iowans who have a land line ...

(Radio Iowa News) – Flash flooding forced officials to issue a voluntary evacuation order Monday for the northeast Iowa town of New Hartford, but very few people fled their homes. The area’s most famous ...

(Radio Iowa News) – Its first set of Iowa polls were released late last week, with favorability ratings for the candidates who’ve said they will or may run for Iowa’s U.S. Senate seat in 2014. Peter Brown ...

(Radio Iowa News) – If the governor approves, a new state “autism support fund” will be created. Representative Dave Heaton is a Republican from Mount Pleasant who worked on the proposal in the ...

Before residents of Moore can rebuild, they’ll have to deal with the debris from the deadly tornado that devastated the Oklahoma City suburb: crushed wood, mangled siding and battered belongings that could ...

The New York City chief medical examiner’s office says the remains of Sept. 11 World Trade Center victims will be kept at a forensic laboratory building because the previous location was damaged by Superstorm ...

Trayvon Martin Drug Photos Can’t Be Mentioned, Says Judge

Lawyers for George Zimmerman will not be permitted to mention pictures of drugs and guns found on Trayvon Martin‘s cell phone during opening statements in Zimmerman’s trial for murder next month, a judge ...

Train Derails in Maryland Causing Explosion, Buildings Collapse

A freight train derailed in an industrial area of Maryland causing an explosion and the collapse of several surrounding buildings. The CSX train derailed in the White Marsh area at around 2 p.m., according to ...

Hillary Clinton sits at the top of the pack in a new poll of Iowa voters, but her closest competition is firebrand Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, a new poll found. Clinton would beat rising-star Sen. Marco ...

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker fueled speculation about his presidential aspirations with a speech in Iowa tonight. Walker spoke of his childhood years in Iowa: “Between July 1st of 1970 and March 15th of 1977 I ...