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OSAGE, Iowa (AP) — An Osage woman is recovering after being injured in a house fire.
The Mason City Globe Gazette reports that the fire occurred Sunday in Osage.
Osage Police Officer Mike Niemeyer says he arrived to find the Read More »
DUBUQUE - Travel experts from USA Today selected what they consider the top 20 riverfronts in the nation. Now they’re asking online voters to select their favorite of those ten. Dubuque is currently in 3rd place behind Wilmington, North Carolina a Read More »
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — A 24-year-old North Carolina man has pleaded not guilty to stabbing four other men outside a downtown Sioux City strip club.
The Sioux City Journal reports that Carnie Brayboy, of Rowland, North Carolina, entered his Read More »
DUBUQUE, Iowa — Iowa police say a teenager has been injured after flipping his vehicle while doing “doughnuts” in a high school parking lot.
The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports the 16-year-old was cited with reckless driving after the Sunda Read More »
HARVEST 2014 IS GEARING UP. LAST WEEK IN POWESHEIK COUNTY IN CENTRAL IOWA, FARMER ROGER VAN ERSVELDE WAS BEGINNING THE MONTH-LONG TASK OF GETTING HIS SOYBEANS AND CORN OUT OF HIS FIELDS AFTER A COOL, WET SEASON DELAYED CROP MATURITY.
”Today Read More »
SPRINGVILLE — Authorities idenitfy the man who died after a minivan he was working on fell on him as Jerry D. Rabe, 56, of Blairstown.
Deputies responded to the 1100 block of Dubuque Road (Highway 151), between Marion and Springville, at 8 p Read More »
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Leaders in Sioux City are encouraging businesses to hire veterans so it can become the first city to gain a Home Base Iowa designation.
Home Base Iowa is a new private-public partnership seeking to make Iowa a job des Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS -- It's hard to focus on school work when your stomach is growling.
But that's the reality for the 20 percent of children in Eastern Iowa who struggle with hunger -- which is why a number of organizations are working together Read More »
IOWA CITY — It could be weeks, if not months, before authorities know the official cause of death of an Iowa State University student found dead in the trunk of a car in Iowa City last week.
Mike Hensch, administrator for the Johnson County Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — A fresh poll from a Democratic polling firm shows state Sen. Joni Ernst leading U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley, but the contest for an open U.S. Senate race remains within the poll’s 2.8 percent margin of error.
PPP’s newest Iowa Sena Read More »
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