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The University of Iowa revoked credentials from Business Leaders in Christ for setting sex and marriage requirements for its leaders.
The Tibbetts family is not letting their daughter's death be used to support Trumpist immigration policies.
Elected officials must be mindful that their indiscretions can have very public consequences.
The Iowa Republican is dialing up the anti-gay rhetoric.
Will Cronyism Doom Scott Walker's Re-election? Here's What to Watch in Next Week's Gubernatorial Races.
Two other Republican incumbents in the Midwest could also be in trouble. And Stacey Abrams could become America's first black female governor.
Officer Jesse Hill said he mistakenly shot and killed a woman when her dog attacked him. Body cam footage shows him slipping on ice.
A lawsuit challenging Iowa's Certificate of Need laws goes before a federal judge today.
After police said Tibbetts' killer is an illegal immigrant, conservatives started using her death to argue for stricter immigration enforcement.
One neighbor said she was concerned about the extra traffic.
Commodities are falling across the board, but soybean farmers are taking the brunt. What's happening in Iowa is the perfect demonstration of why trade works.
A web developer's First Amendment lawsuit says Sibley, Iowa, officials conspired to silence him.
Hospitals use CON laws to stop potential competition, limiting care for patients and opportunities for doctors.
Taking medical marijuana across state lines isn't any more illegal than transporting it within a state.
State Rep says hospitals are "holding entrepreneurial physicians and clinics hostage" with CON laws. That's exactly right.
Court says Iowa State University discriminated against student marijuana-policy group based on "political pushback."
The state is also disbanding the interdiction team responsible for the traffic stop.
A law banning "flag desecration" that's already been declared unconstitutional remains on the books in Iowa.
The Inigo impersonator devised a clever electoral strategy
Iowa Supreme Court Makes Legalized Theft Harder by Rejecting an 'Unreasonably Extended' Traffic Stop
The common practice of pretextual stops aimed at finding seizable money takes a hit.
In a "very fair and thorough process," according to the county attorney.
The ruling absolves a woman arrested for intoxication on the front steps of her own home.
Police investigating, but say only cop who shot can determine if she feared for her life
A Huckabee gem from the Summit: "If I were the president, I would like to have all the authority there is."
Late last night, was pilot
Joins Arkansas in the agreement
Judge has ruled residents are owed $42-million
Iowa Town Working on Ordinance to Limit Outdoor Lighting, Because It Trespasses Onto Neighboring Properties
Officials admit its not a problem but want to stop it before it starts, calling excessive outdoor lights annoying and a distraction
If they don't think the kids are doing school work