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According to a report released Friday by the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), flu season in Iowa may be coming to an end. Officials say the geographic spread of influenza is now down to the local
Ten area projects have been included in the 104 grant awards through Diamond Vogel and Keep Iowa Beautiful’s Paint Iowa Beautiful program. April has been designated as Keep Iowa Beautiful month and this grant program provides free
Three Months Have Passed Since Rep. King Was Stripped Of Committee Assignments, But He Says He Hasn’t Been Sitting Idly By
It has been about three months since Iowa Fourth District Representative, Steve King, was stripped of committee assignments, but he says he has not been sitting idly by during that time. In January, the New York Times
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is investigating a fertilizer spill following a truck accident Wednesday near Shelby. Specialists responded to the scene about one mile east of the Shelby exit on Interstate 80 that afternoon.
Jefferson Theatre Brings Unique Experience Together With Professional And Local Players For Memorable Performances
Just three years ago, a joint Jefferson business and entertainment venue was named the best tourism attraction in the state of Iowa, beating out many other multi-million dollar ventures. Owner of RVP 1875, a world-renowned historical furniture
Officials announced today (Thursday) they have confirmed the second reported case of measles in the state. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), the State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa confirmed the virus
A six-year-old student was fortunate to sustain only minor injuries after falling out of a moving school bus on Wednesday afternoon. The Storm Lake Police Department was called to the scene at approximately 12:39 p.m., arriving to
Iowa Secretary Of Ag And Head Of Renewable Fuels Association Say Refinery Waivers Are Undermining The Renewable Fuel Standard
On Wednesday afternoon, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Naig, and the Executive Director of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association, Monte Shaw, held a press conference in Council Bluffs, urging the federal government to address small refinery waivers.
Many Iowans will be attending Easter egg hunts and family gatherings this coming weekend, and the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) is reminding people to be aware that some of these events may carry the risk