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The federal gas tax, long used to help states pay for roads and bridges, hasn't been raised since Bill Clinton was president.
Des Moines Police are still searching for the suspect in an overnight stabbing. It happened at an apartment complex at 7200 SE 5th Street.
Gov. Terry Branstad joined state tourism officials Monday in touting Iowa as a vacation destination even though he admitted he'll be leaving later this week for a family getaway in Arizona.
In one of those "local" developments with national political import that it's easy to miss, Iowa Republican State Party Chairman A.J. Spiker resigned his position last last week, in the midst of a series of setbacks for his Paulite faction in local party elections that seemed certain to eventually reverse the coup it pulled off in 2012.
Gov. Terry Branstad wants to encourage more out-of-state tourists to visit Iowa.
For the third year in a row, Iowa State University's Cyclone Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps Battalion has been named one of the nation's top eight battalions.
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland contends that a prominent Catholic priest played an "outsized role" in the state medical board's decision to ban use of a tele medicine system for providing abortion pills.
Thousands of Iowans are needlessly suffering because Iowa laws keep them from using medicine available in many other states.
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.
Copyright 2014, Des Moines Register & Tribune Company With the job approval rating for Gov. Terry Branstad rising and state Sen. Jack Hatch showing no momentum among Iowa voters, the 2014 governor race remains the incumbent's to lose.
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.
Sioux City's mayor says he doesn't have sympathy for South Dakotans ticketed by his city's automated speed cameras.
Gov. Terry Branstad has called on Iowans to donate to a relief fund for Yamanashi Prefecture, Iowa's sister state since 1960.
Iowa Realty scored a victory Thursday in its continuing dispute with Keller Williams, when a state board rejected a rule requiring real estate agents to tell their clients how they split commissions with other brokers.
The Johnston school district will be one of 39 Iowa districts to establish a new teacher leadership program after being awarded a $1.98 million state grant this week.