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Nightfall and bedtime are around the corner, but for Martine George Powell, bedtime means the TV is on or there's no sleep to be had.
A year ago this week, as Purdue University was winding out the fill-in presidency of Tim Sands and counting down the days until Mitch Daniels arrived on campus, Sands' return to the provost office came with plenty of the following.
Emily Deahr, a teen volunteer at Naper Settlement, received the 2013 Copenhagen Schoolhouse Scholarship of $500 to be used for college expenses during her freshman year.
Those who think young people today are only interested in tweeting, texting and snap chatting haven't met Katie Langenfeld, Ian Nessler and Louie Hardin.
Who will be the next Medtronic? What will be Minnesota's next breakthrough industry? James Walsh will provide the latest information and commentary on the people, companies and trends driving innovation in Minnesota.
Rachel Reams and the staff at Make-A-Wish Iowa help to make the lives of children with life-threatening illnesses a little brighter.
She's from South Korea and an art student at the University of Iowa. She works, studies, and even takes care of her little sister.
They came to touch the past, and with winning bids, to own a piece of the history related to super sleuth Nancy Drew.
Flannery O'Connor, who suffered from lupus and died in 1964 at age 39, is considered one of the great American writers of the 20th century.
A new study from the University of Iowa says that kids who do the most touching and tasting are better at learning and retaining words.
That's the day she expects to hear from the University of Illinois on whether or not she's been offered a slot in the UI's Class of 2018.
The University of Minnesota's Raptor Center is a destination for visitors from around the state, but that wasn't always the case.
Everyone who has watched Clint Eastwood's 2009 film "Invictus" knows the special inspiration that Nelson Mandela received from William Henley's poem of the same name.
Iowa City artist Marcia Wegman released "Iowa Pastel Landscapes," a book containing more than 100 new pastel paintings featuring scenes familiar to Midwesterners.
The University of Iowa says the Federal Emergency Management Agency will not require the school to purchase additional flood insurance after all.
Purdue University's top two executive officers were appointed to executive jobs at separate Virginia universities Friday.