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Officials say a Dubuque-based call center plans to begin operations in Mason City and hopes to create 135 jobs over the next five years.
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An Iowa woman who lost her hearing when a pipe bomb in her mailbox exploded 11 years ago says she hopes the suspect can someday be released and live happily.
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The 27th annual Main Street Iowa Awards celebration was held Friday in Des Moines.
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From the rotation to each side of the bullpen, the Phillies pitching staff is in flux right now.
Funding to expand passenger rail service in eastern Iowa and upgrade rail freight lines in Iowa fell victim to 11th-hour budget wrangling in the Iowa Legislature.
Des Moines University is honoring dozens of people who donated their bodies in the last year for medical education.
Iowa's unemployment rate fell to 4.7 percent in April from 4.9 percent in March, according to Iowa Workforce Development on Friday and the number of Iowans working rose last month.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says farmers can sign up for the Conservation Reserve Program beginning Monday.
Garret Oliver has been brewmaster at The Brooklyn Brewery since 1994. He was the brewmaster at Manhattan Brewing before that and has served as editor-in-chief of The Oxford Companion to Beer , written two other books on beer and continues to make a series of brews that gets all the beer geeks excited.
A major expansion of the Iowa Speedway in Newton could hinge on whether state lawmakers approve $8 million in additional funding.
Students from two community colleges in Iowa participated in the state Motorcycle Service Technology contest at the Emmetsburg campus of Iowa Lakes Community College.
Thousands of new graduates from Iowa's foremost academic institutions soon will be embarking on career searches.
Many Eastern Iowans are experience a cell phone service outage tonight. Cell phone users in Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, the Quad Cities and many other communities have reported cell phone service disruptions.
Gov. Terry Branstad signed into law Wednesday a pair of bill he said will use modern technology to make Iowa safer and state government more efficient.
A cab driver and his wife face charges in connection with the theft of $15,000 worth of jewelry in Iowa City.