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National economists agree that innovation in agriculture provided a buffer of protection during the nationwide recession, especially in Iowa.
U.S. Rep. Tom Latham announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election in 2014, creating a potentially competitive race for a seat that likely would have favored the 10-term Iowa Republican.
The rule of threes was validated on Tuesday when Iowa Republican Rep. Tom Latham announced he would not seek re-election to his House seat in 2014.
An Iowa City man faces charges after police say he set his own garage on fire and lied about an attack.
"I'm already happily retired, so I think I'd go some place warm and then I'd give a bunch away!" "I would definitely move somewhere that never ever, ever, ever snows ever! Rather than that, I would travel, help friends and family out."
Sen. Chuck Grassley will meet this week with Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy to try to persuade her to back down from plans to reduce the amount of ethanol required to be blended into the fuel supply next year.
Gov. Terry Branstad appears to have received a double-barreled shot of Christmas cheer with the release of a pair of polls indicating his re-election prospects are strong and improving.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad recently briefed the Legion on the newly launched, veteran-friendly "Home Base Iowa" initiative.
An Iowa woman convicted in the death of her 2-year-old child in 2000 has left prison on parole.
It's arguably the most important state in the race for the White House. And a new poll suggests that if the 2016 presidential election were held today, Republican Chris Christie would narrowly top Democrat Hillary Clinton in the crucial swing state of Iowa.
After 18 months and repeated insistence by top officials that voter fraud is rampant, Iowa's voter fraud investigation has essentially gone nowhere.
Eric Hanson's "This is Iowa" takes you to a town so small, it's not officially even a town.
For anyone interested in pursuing a law degree, now is the time and the University of Iowa is the place, UI President Sally Mason told a room full of faculty members last week.
Dozens showed up to the State Capitol Monday night and let Governor Branstad know exactly how they feel about next fiscal year's budget.
Officials say there are no immediate plans to begin slaughtering horses at an Iowa meat plant approved to do so.
Taking land out of production for electrifying another state seems like an unreasonable use of land, not to mention what adding more electric towers would do to our environment.
Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz has spent 18 months and almost $150,000 fulfilling his promise to make "ballot security" a top priority in Iowa.