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We're nearing the start of another legislative session and one topic that's on everyone's mind is funding.
The Salvation Army of Mason City has received an anonymous donation of two gold Krugerrand coins, restoring plans for the organization to hold an auction for the coins.
Iowa City artist Marcia Wegman released "Iowa Pastel Landscapes," a book containing more than 100 new pastel paintings featuring scenes familiar to Midwesterners.
There's a moose on the loose in Iowa, and officials said they've been able to track its every move because of dozens of calls from curious residents spotting the creature.
School ranked No. 6 this year in U.S. News & World Report's first-ever list of veteran-friendly universities Returning to the University of Iowa in 2011 after a 10-month deployment in Iraq was awkward and challenging for Army Reserve Sgt.
The state Department of Natural Resources says 55-year-old Thomas Charest, of Brighton, is accused of shooting creatures over a period of time.
The court finds that Iowa's laws that provide hunting advantages to permanent residents do not violate the constitutional rights of nonresident landowners.
It's beginning to look a lot like crunch-time for holiday shoppers. With 18 shopping days left before Christmas, consumers will be trying to tick items off their lists, and merchants will be offering sales and deals to help them.
A team of Iowa pastors will meet privately with televangelist conservative Mike Huckabee at an event in Arkansas next week to talk to him about running for president in 2016, the evangelical leaders told The Des Moines Register Thursday.
A Minnesota resident says he won't fight extradition to Iowa to face charges that he killed his wife in Iowa City more than 16 years ago.
Steven Vogel, 38, of Des Moines was shot and killed by Des Moines Police Wednesday after sending 100 rounds of gunfire through his South side neighborhood.
Kristina Fetters, Iowa dying inmate sentenced to life, is granted parole after being diagnosed with inoperable stage IV breast cancer.
A Dubuque company plans to build Iowa's largest array of solar panels, tripling the size of what is now the state's biggest solar setup.
Gov. Terry Branstad is not scheduled to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss Iowa's low income health care proposal.
A national farm advocate says Iowa has a problem: Agriculture is a leading industry, but it lacks support from residents that other Midwestern states enjoy.
The instruments he's built over his 55-year career are offering new clues to the universe as the crafts they ride hurtle through space.