1 hr ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is on the road this week talking to Iowans about taxes, education, and an issue that's been the center of debate recently, healthcare.
3 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
Gov. Branstad has signed Senate File 295, a bill providing what he calls the biggest tax cut in Iowa history last week.
7 hrs ago | The Gazette
One giant, ongoing dispute between the Linn County Board of Supervisors and Linn County Auditor Joel Miller has centered on Miller's assertion that he, as auditor, should be able to investigate the county's bills and transactions.
12 hrs ago | PennLive.com
In this Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012 file photo, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks during Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad's annual birthday fundraiser in Altoona, Iowa.
16 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
17 hrs ago | The Hill
Sen. Charles Grassley will attend two fundraisers for his former chief of staff's Senate campaign despite insisting that he's staying neutral in Iowa's contested GOP Senate primary.
Two very different views on occupational licensing were aired Monday evening, at a panel discussion sponsored by the conservative Federalist Society legal group.
Gov. Terry Branstad's support for federal legislation to bolster state efforts to collect sales taxes on Internet sales may land him on the wrong side of a "generational divide" with young voters, opponents of the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act said Monday.
The opposition to Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act has steadfastly maintained that states cannot afford to expand medical coverage to their uninsured, low-income residents.
Gov. Terry Branstad will this week sign legislation that expands low-income health care in Iowa.
He takes over for Tyler Olson who is rumored to be a potential candidate to run against Terry Branstad for governor in 2014.
Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said "other innocent lives would have been lost" had an Omaha police officer not stopped a shooting suspect Saturday afternoon.
The Iowa Communications Network -- best known to a generation of schoolchildren for its distance-learning hubs in classrooms across the state -- may see its image and function transformed in coming months as state leaders mull its sale or lease to a private company.
Road and bridge repair took a hit during the lean times of the recession in Iowa as state coffers ran low and dollars were diverted to more immediate needs.
Sure, Rep. Tyler Olson may get carded if he files papers to run for governor, but that doesn't mean the Cedar Rapids Democrat shouldn't take the plunge.
The results lead to the depressing conclusion that a majority of Iowans are comfortable with negative, obstructive behavior and see little useful role for government at the state or federal level, except to provide a favorable climate for business and to enhance the economic status of the very wealthy.