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Federal and state officials are having trouble collecting the multimillion-dollar judgment a Texas company was ordered to pay for mistreating 32 mentally disabled workers at an Iowa labor camp.
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6 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
A Nebraska high school social studies class is digging around in a neighboring state to learn more about the lives of slaves who escaped the South and made their way to eastern Iowa in the 1800s.
10 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
If either Paul Ryan or Hillary Rodham Clinton truly is on the fence about running for president of the United States, some pop-the-champagne poll numbers from a new Des Moines Register Iowa Poll might encourage them.
14 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
Civil rights groups and some Democrats in the Legislature say Iowa has a wage theft problem and it needs to be fixed.
The chairman of Iowa's Republican Party, A.J. Spiker, will resign after forces loyal to the GOP governor, who has long been determined to replace him, dominated county conventions on Saturday.
Confusion over how to file "free" tax returns has caused concerns that low-income Iowans are being required to pay unnecessary fees.
That's because Iowa is one of four states that ban sales of any fireworks other than sparklers and a few novelty items.
The tourism advertising slogan says that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But with the opening of a new exhibit, what's happened in Vegas has left its DNA, fingerprints and fiber traces all over the Putnam Museum in Davenport.
Cracking down on bullying in Iowa schools has been a priority this year for Gov. Terry Branstad, but lawmakers have criticized two competing bills and are seeking changes to the proposals.
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The bill recently approved by the Senate Committee includes new requirements like increased licensing fees, more outdoor access and larger kennel sizes.
A homeowner trying to thaw out some items ended up setting his house on fire. It happened on Franklin Avenue Friday afternoon.
On the list of the "20 sleaziest ways to make a living," lawyers rank 16th - between oil company executives and soap opera stars.
Iowa should focus on reinvesting in existing casinos rather than licensing any new operations, a consultant hired by state officials to look into the issue recommended.
The state would help low-income families pay for child burials under a bill proposed by a Cedar Falls lawmaker who says the funds lift an unnecessary burden.
The Mason City Globe Gazette says Diana Guido made the pleas Wednesday to charges of sexual abuse, indecent contact with a child, indecent exposure and dissemination and exhibition of obscene material to a minor.