Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds are continuing their tour across the state of Iowa with stops in Carroll and Boone today (Tuesday). The pair, who are working to elect Republicans up and down the
A recent 2016 Iowa Employer Benefits study revealed that despite the rising cost of health insurance premiums, Iowa employers are asking employees with individual and family coverage to contribute about the same amount they did in 2015.
Iowa has been recording an increase in the number of fatal car crashes so far this year, over 30 more than the five-year-average. And according to a report from the Governors Highway Safety Association, fatal car accidents
Nearly 45,000 resident and non-resident anglers have purchased trout permits, and 10,000 of these have been randomly selected to participate in the 2016 Trout Angler Survey. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DOT), is asking these fishermen
Fourth Congressional District Democratic candidate, Kim Weaver, is chastising Republican incumbent, Steve King, for declining two opportunities to debate issues prior to the Nov. 8 election. King, she says, was quoted in the Sioux City Journal as
A national “levity” organization, Clowns Without Borders USA, has issued a statement condemning the actions of those impersonating clowns to frighten, make fictitious threats and incite anxiety in others. Executive Director, Molly Rose Levine says this wave
Scams have become a common occurrence for Americans, and new ones continue to appear. One threat has been around for a very long time and does not appear to be going away, IRS scams. These criminals call,
The state fire marshal is investigating a fire that occurred on Thursday night in Fort Dodge and destroyed a building at the Fort Dodge Asphalt Co. Moorland, Fort Dodge, and other area fire departments responded at approximately
As farmers continue to harvest crops, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is predicting an all-time high in soybean production at 4.27 billion bushels, up two percent from last month and nine percent from last year’s record harvest.
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship has announced they have confirmed larvae of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in both Adair and Adams Counties. This brings the total number of Iowa counties with verified infestations