The National Weather Service in Des Moines’ newest models indicates a much later Ice Storm than first predicted with a good chance to delay precipitation around 6 hours from the noon start time that was predicted yesterday.
Gov. Terry Branstad says he is troubled by the Iowa Department of Transportation’s report released early this year that detailed a sharp increase in traffic-related fatalities in our state. Branstad has honed in on this announcement as
Iowa soybean farmers knocked production out of the park in 2015, and this year, according to the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA), they hit it into the stratosphere. Thursdays report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed that
Image: Sites like Snopes.com fact check and report the likelihood that a news story is true or fake The Associated Press (AP) announced yesterday (Thursday) that they are working with Facebook to help “debunk” fake news stories.
Severe winter weather is predicted to hit the majority of the Midwest this weekend, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is urging residents and business owners to be prepared for everything, including icy roads and power
National Weather Service updated its timing for our latest storm that will drop ice, snow, freezing rain and more late this weekend.
The Iowa Department of Education released two new features of the Iowa School Report Card Thursday which reflect a more complete picture of student progress in public schools. The system is a web-based effort to evaluate public
This weekend might get a little messy. National Weather Service in Des Moines issued a winter storm watch for our listening area from Sunday Morning until Monday. Latest prediction models have a large system coming out of
The majority of Iowa’s hunting seasons closed this week, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is estimating that nearly 15,000 hunters will be turning their attention to coyotes. The hunting season for Iowa’s top predator
The NAACP and concerned Iowa citizens and leaders are planning a rally at the office of Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley at noon on Friday outside of his Walnut Street office in Des Moines. Iowa Citizens for Community