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A terminal cancer patient who says he grew marijuana to treat his tumors was found guilty of drug charges Wednesday by an Iowa jury that wasn't allowed to hear his defense.
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4 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
Gov. Terry Branstad has issued a disaster emergency proclamation for seven Iowa counties in response to recent storms and flooding.
5 hrs ago | WHO-TV Des Moines
The LifeServe Blood Center says it's typical of this time of the year. Right now there's less than a two-day supply of most blood types.
6 hrs ago | KCRG
Michael Kates, Executive Director of the African American Museum of Iowa, delivers remarks at a service marking the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's March on Washington on Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, at the museum in Cedar Rapids.
9 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
According to the Iowa State Patrol, the accident happened around 4:30 Tuesday afternoon on the north side of Milford.
13 hrs ago | Ag Professional
Three cellulosic ethanol plants have been under construction, and the smallest one, which is producing cellulosic ethanol as a byproduct of corn ethanol production is now in operation.
Iowans care about where their food is grown, whether it's organic, made with high-fructose syrup or without GMOs, a new survey from the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation shows.
An Iowa terminal cancer patient showed up to court Tuesday wrapped in a blanket, still wearing hospital identification wristbands, to testify at his trial on felony marijuana charges.
More than 69 years after being shot down on a bombing mission over Germany during WWII, Staff Sgt.
Towns inundated by flood waters a few weeks ago have moved swiftly into recovery mode.
Approximately 90 plaques and American flags on display at the Iowa Juvenile Home will be returned to donors, according to the Iowa Department of Human Services.
It's explosive, and millions of gallons move through eastern Iowa each month. This week, KWWL learned where crude oil is shipped in large amounts as firefighters leave the state for training.
In a newly published video , Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst tells a crowd of primary voters that, if elected, she would make sure President Obama faced impeachment hearingsfor allegedly violating the U.S. Constitution.
The state Department of Human Services says Jennifer Vermeer's resignation will be effective Aug. 21. She is leaving to become the new assistant vice president of medical affairs with University of Iowa Health Care.
Over 400,000 Iowans will share in $40 million in refunds thanks to state legal action against three buying clubs.
Fans, we have finally made it to the semi-finals of this season of "The Bachelorette": the hometown visits.
Heard about all the 2016 Democratic hopefuls flocking to the Hawkeye State? No? That's because no one is visiting.
The trend toward strong storms and too much rain is beginning to take a toll on Iowa crops.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 08:29 pm
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