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(Radio Iowa) – Democratic Senator Tom Harkin is laughing off an assertion White House spokesman Jay Carney made Wednesday about critics of the Obama Administration’s decision to delay the requirement that ...

(Radio Iowa) – Republicans in the U.S. House have passed their own, scaled back version of the Farm Bill today, without any of the nutrition programs that have been included in the legislation for 30 years. ...

(Radio Iowa) – Saturday marks one year since cousins Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook-Morrissey vanished while riding their bicycles in the northeast Iowa town of Evansdale. Twelve months later, the case ...

(Radio Iowa) – The head of the Des Moines Water Works has issued what he calls a “very unusual” request for voluntary water conservation. Des Moines residents are being asked to cut back on watering lawns ...

(Radio Iowa) – A University of Iowa law professor is among those wondering why the Iowa Supreme Court agreed to rehear the case of a fired dental hygienist who was let go because she was “too attractive” ...

(Radio Iowa) – Authorities have identified the remains of a man found in a roadside ditch, about five miles south of Fort Dodge, late Wednesday afternoon. The Iowa State Medical Examiner’s Office has ...

‘Whitey’ Bulger Jury Hears From Alleged Victims

On the last morning of her husband’s life, Patricia Donahue kissed him goodbye and they made plans for him to take their 8-year-old son Tommy fishing over Mother’s Day weekend. It was May 11, 1982 and ...

Miss. Police Find $360K in Secret Car Compartment

A Mississippi officer found over $360,000 in cash hidden in a car’s secret compartment during a routine traffic stop, police said. “On Tuesday, July 9, an officer pulled over a driver for a routine traffic ...

Murder Charge to Be Filed in Death of Calif. Boy

The 16-year-old half-brother of an 11-year-old boy found dead earlier this week in Southern California will be charged with one count of murder, prosecutors said Friday. The suspect was expected to make a first ...

George Zimmerman’s Fate Rests With Six Women

The fate of George Zimmerman now rests in the hands of six women, five of them mothers. They range in age from their early 30s to women in their 60s. Four of the women either have experience with guns or relatives ...