National Farmers Market Week runs from Sunday, Aug. 5 through Saturday, Aug. 11 and Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Naig, is encouraging all Iowans to take advantage of the fresh fruits and vegetables available this time of
A Sioux Rapids man was Tased while trying to elude authorities in a theft of merchandise, valued at only $25. The Storm Lake Police Department was dispatched to the WalMart store at approximately 6:07 p.m. on Friday
Authorities are investigating the Sunday discovery of the body of a white female in her early to mid-20s in Lee County, but are assuring the public it is not that of a missing University of Iowa student.
The Storm Lake Police Department has said that after several years of not having a K-9 unit on their force, they are working to raise money to fill the void left in their operations. The department had
Schools are getting ready to open their doors back up to students this month, and many college students are getting their finances in order to head into the fall semester. WalletHub, a person finance website, recently released
Regional Directors with U.S. Senator Joni Ernst’s office will be traveling the state, holding office hours in all 99 counties in the coming weeks. The directors will be able to meet with Iowans and answer any questions
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced Friday they have recorded the first death associated with West Nile virus this year. The patient in that case was an elderly adult from a central Iowa county. A
Stewart Memorial Community Hospital (SMCH) of Lake City has implemented a new procedure that is able to provide relief to patients. Branden Roberts, a physical therapist in the hospital’s Rehab Services department, utilizes a technique call dry
Although the price of global crude oil fell by $.55 per barrel over the last week, the cost for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Iowa rose by $.02, closing at $2.73 per gallon on average
According to a report released today (Thursday) by the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), the number of Iowans diagnosed with HIV last year was down from 2016, but it was still the second highest on record.