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The Iowa Juvenile Home / State Training School for Girls campus in Toledo on Monday, Dec. 9 after closing of the facility was announced.
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Editor's Note: A copy of a letter Toledo resident and Iowa Juvenile Home employee Allison Graham write to Iowa Governor Terry Branstad was provided to The Chronicle by Graham for the Letters to the Editor section.
A Des Moines woman is telling her story in hopes it will save the Iowa Juvenile Home.
U.S. Rep. Tom Latham announced Tuesday he won't seek re-election in 2014, creating a potentially competitive race for a seat that likely would have favored the 10-term Iowa Republican.
Sen. Chuck Grassley will meet this week with Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy to try to persuade her to back down from plans to reduce the amount of ethanol required to be blended into the fuel supply next year.
After 18 months and repeated insistence by top officials that voter fraud is rampant, Iowa's voter fraud investigation has essentially gone nowhere.
Gov. Terry Branstad appears to have received a double-barreled shot of Christmas cheer with the release of a pair of polls indicating his re-election prospects are strong and improving.
A second survey of Iowans released this week shows Gov. Terry Branstad in strong position as he considers running for a sixth term.
Dozens showed up to the State Capitol Monday night and let Governor Branstad know exactly how they feel about next fiscal year's budget.
A decision has been made about the juvenile home in Toldeo. Or has it? Amanda Lewis joins us with our top story.
Gov. Terry Branstad got a broad range of positive and critical observations about the direction of Iowa's financial policies and how the state show prioritize its resources in the upcoming year during Monday's hour-long public hearing on the fiscal 2015 budget.
Vice President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China meets Iowa Gov. Terry Brandstad, his wife Chris Branstad, along with old friends and dignitaries at the home of Sarah and Roger Lande, in Muscatine, Iowa, in February 2012.
DES MOINES, Iowa - The recent revelation that a Chinese national involved in a corporate agriculture espionage plot attended a 2012 state dinner in Iowa under an assumed name has heightened the need for safety and security among state officials, Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday.
A single blade for the wind turbines ordered by MidAmerican Energy weighs about 10 tons.
One woman is speaking out and telling her story in hopes it will help keep the Iowa Juvenile Home open and operating.
Tom Hoefling of Lohrville today announced his intention to enter the 2014 Republican primary race against incumbent Governor Terry Branstad.