mlambrecht

(Radio Iowa) – This is October 1st and September wrapped up being much warmer and drier than usual for Iowa. State climatologist Harry Hillaker says it won’t come as a big surprise to Iowans that we were ...

(Radio Iowa) – Thousands of quilt makers and admirers from across the country will be gathering in central Iowa starting today for QuiltWeek, an expo put on by the American Quilter’s Society. Bonnie ...

The executive director of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association (IRFA) took off for Washington, D.C. today and he’s dubbed the journey a “2,000 mile trek to truth for E-15.” Monte Shaw is driving a 2006 ...

(Radio Iowa) – Several groups have started a new initiative to document alleged racial profiling by law enforcement in and around Des Moines. The ACLU, the NAACP, and a religious coalition known as AMOS will ...

(Radio Iowa) – Democratic Senator Tom Harkin — one of the architects of the Affordable Care Act — calls Tuesday’s opening of the state-level health insurance exchanges a success. Critics point to ...

(Radio Iowa) – Iowa Congressman Bruce Braley, a Democrat from Waterloo, says things aren’t moving now with the government shutdown, but there is some hope that will change. “We’re starting to see some ...

Obama Calls 1st Meeting With Congressional Leaders on Shutdown

With much of the federal government paralyzed for a second day, President Obama will meet with congressional leaders today in search of a way to end the government shutdown and increase the debt ceiling. The 5:30 ...

HOME>ENTERTAINMENT Best Selling Author Tom Clancy Has Died

Tom Clancy, a prolific writer famous for his best sellers about espionage and the military, died Oct. 1 at the age of 66, ABC News has confirmed with his publisher, Penguin Group. The cause of death is unknown. ...

Motorcyclist Denies Any Role in Assault on SUV Driver

The motorcyclist accused of causing a collision with an SUV Sunday in Manhattan that led to a high-speed chase and assault on the driver was officially charged in a New York court today with reckless driving. ...

World War II Veterans Prove Unstoppable, Entering Memorial

Another day, another barricade crossed. Following the example set on Tuesday by a group of fellow veterans from Mississippi, World War II “honor flights” from Missouri, Illinois and Michigan entered the ...