2 hrs ago | Sierra Club Compass
After spending last weekend at the Heartland Coalfield Alliance's retreat in the Illinois coal basin region, I'm more inspired than ever.
6 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
Iowa lawmakers have adjourned the 2013 session after reaching deals to cut property taxes, revise education policy and provide health care for low-income residents.
10 hrs ago | The Fairfield Ledger
Sgt. Ross Gundlach of Madison, Wis., went on more than 150 missions with Casey, the yellow lab that helped him find improvised explosive devices.
11 hrs ago | ABC 33/40
The Mississippi River town of Vicksburg is holding several events this week to mark the 150th anniversary of its siege during the Civil War.
15 hrs ago | Waukon Standard
A bi-partisan agreement reached by Iowa lawmakers last week will keep the Luster Heights correctional facility open next year.
20 hrs ago | SFGate
After staunchly opposing an expansion of Iowa's Medicaid program using federal funds, Gov.
He insists he's not running for president, but Governor Scott Walker will be in Iowa Thursday at an event that's seen appearances by previous Republican presidential hopefuls.
Iowa Department of Education Director Jason Glass was named superintendent of the Eagle County School District on a 5-0 vote Wednesday night.
The state legislature has approved an education policy deal that would provide additional school funding.
The Southern Iowa Economic Development Association is assisting Jefferson County residents who apply for the state's disaster grant program to recover from flood damage.
As many state legislative sessions have finished or are nearing completion, advocates of expanding Medicaid eligibility are looking at their next steps.
A pair of Eastern Iowa lawmakers are hoping to help the Legislature toward adjournment by offering a bipartisan compromise on two key issues that have generated interest in recent years.
Kirsten Anderson served as communications director for the Iowa state Senate GOP caucus until Friday, when she was fired just hours after raising concerns about a pattern of sexual harassment in the workplace, she claimed in an interview with Iowa's WHO TV .
May 21 - Gov. Scott Walker continues to travel the country in pursuit of his national political ambitions, instead of focusing on his job in Wisconsin.
People walk by the Westward mural in the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines on Tuesday February 1, 2011.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee took a swipe at an Iowa state senator Monday for her change-of-heart on a statewide fuel tax increase.