College leaders cite Gov. Kim Reynolds' denial "of a proposal for federal COVID funding" as a contributing factor.
The USDA rejected three in four farmers who applied to EQIP and CSP last year, a report found. The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy is rallying for more funding.
Take a look at the highways with the most fatal crashes in Iowa using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System.
The resolution would have the Iowa Senate denounce the federal and District of Columbia’s governments for the “abject dereliction of duty to ensure cruel and unusual punishments are not inflicted.”
Two Iowa emergency medical services agencies have been sanctioned by the state for allowing unlicensed emergency medical technicians or paramedics to deliver care to patients.
An Iowa chiropractor who was allowed to keep his license despite findings of sexual impropriety with patients is again facing charges from state regulators.
The 15-year-old and 16-year-old face charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit a forcible felony and going armed with intent.
A former Elgin city clerk is accused of making improper disbursements of $131,213 and $7,532 during the 2017-2021 period, according to a criminal complaint.
The suspect convinced the mother she was the subject of an Iowa Department of Human Services investigation and tricked the mother into granting temporary custody of the kids to her.
Iowa cities could charge ticket holders, hotel guests and others to help pay for infrastructure improvements to facilitate the development of sports arenas, concert venues and other attractions under a bill advanced by House lawmakers.
Of Iowa's 154,288 high schoolers in the last academic year, about one-third took at least one course at a local community college, a trend that's exploded over the past decade.
The House Democratic leader said Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds "is not the victim" after signing bills affecting transgender youth.
An Oelwein man is suing a sheriff, a jail administrator, a federal prosecutor and some U.S. marshals for being assaulted in the Linn County Jail last May by two inmates.
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, a Republican, announced last week he was taking the step to separate from the Electronic Registration Information Center.
It’s at least the second time in four months the state has failed to impose the minimum fine against an Iowa care facility implicated in the death of a resident.
The suspect and victims were just a few of the people inside the unauthorized Sin City after-hours club when members of a Waterloo gang entered and began shooting, police said.
Using mobile devices while driving a vehicle would be illegal except when using hands-free modes. The Senate also passed a bill to change SNAP and Medicaid eligibility.
Video visits are an increasingly common way for residents of small-town nursing homes to receive mental health care. Patients don’t have to leave their rooms, which can be daunting.
Gov. Kim Reynolds made Iowa one of a growing number of states to prohibit gender-affirming care for transgender minors.
Iowans get their drinking water from public water suppliers or private wells, sourcing the water from aquifers, rivers, lakes and reservoirs.
Pipeline companies oppose the bill, which would require them to gain 90% of a proposed pipeline's route through voluntary easements.
State, city and county inspectors have cited restaurants and stores for hundreds of food-safety violations during the past four weeks, including cockroach-infested rice, rodent droppings, “old meat” and filthy kitchens.
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The lawsuit, filed by a Linn County woman, accuses Dr. Scott Piper of Cedar Rapids’ Piper Family Medicine of perpetuating a personal, sexual relationship that crossed professional boundaries.
One of the disciplinary cases that recently come before the Iowa Board of Nursing involved a Sioux City woman who has agreed to surrender her license to practice nursing.
Inmates at the Anamosa State Penitentiary aren't allowed to have visits and their movements are restricted amid the narcotics investigation.
Echoing arguments made by some Republican lawmakers during debate, Gov. Kim Reynolds said she does not believe the science is settled on the long-term impacts of gender-affirming care.
Also, Gov. Kim Reynolds requested an EPA waiver, and abortion rights advocates lobbied at the Capitol.
The House is poised to vote on a bill that would require pipeline companies to obtain 90% of the miles of the route voluntarily before being granted eminent domain rights.
A former DeWitt high school teacher faces multiple charges and is accused of having sex with a minor student in his school office.
Two Newport News inmates tunneled through their jail cell’s wall and escaped Monday afternoon, law enforcement officials said, only to be found hours later at an IHOP restaurant in Hampton.