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Wednesday's forecast calls for partly sunny conditions with a chance of isolated storms. The high is expected to be 85 and the low will be 68. There is a chance of storms on Thursday and Friday.        ... [Read More]
Authorities say a person trapped inside a grain bin has died in northwest Iowa. Officers and medics were dispatched around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to a property about 5½ miles (9 kilometers) south of Remsen. The Plymouth County Sheriff's Office said in a news release Wednesday that the person died in the bin... [Read More]
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"I will always be a Reagan conservative, but find no place for such views in Trump's World,' " Rizer said.        ... [Read More]
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UI Children's Hospital RAGBRAI team will be hosting safety events at each overnight stop along the route.        ... [Read More]
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Ray Lima is the heart and soul of a three-man front defense that's changing the face of the pass-happy Big 12 Conference.        ... [Read More]
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A Dubuque-based conservation group helped establish one of Iowa's newest state wildlife areas. [Read More]
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Officials have urged people not to drink tap water in a southern Iowa community because they suspect an algae toxin has tainted the supply. [Read More]
Officials have urged people not to drink tap water in a southern Iowa community because they suspect an algae toxin has tainted the supply. Greenfield Municipal Utilities announced on its Facebook page that microcystin was potentially detected in the drinking water and that a water sample had been sent to a lab... [Read More]
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Authorities have recovered a man's body from the Iowa River in downtown Iowa City. Pedestrians on a bridge spotted the body amid tree branches around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sheriff's deputies used boats to take the body to shore. The body has yet to be identified. An autopsy has been ordered. It's... [Read More]
A judge won't provide immunity for a man who says Iowa's "stand your ground" law should protect him from prosecution following a Cedar Rapids gunbattle. Michael Hodges Jr., of Cedar Rapids, and Zevon Johnson, of Urbandale, had both said the law passed last year made them immune from prosecution. Security video... [Read More]
Three trustees were elected Tuesday to the Lake Delhi Recreational Facility and Water Quality District board. [Read More]
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DES MOINES, Iowa  --  The Des Moines International Airport saw a record number of people last month. More than 251,000 passengers flew in June, that is the highest number of monthly passengers in the airport's history. It is a 5.7% increase from June 2017. [Read More]
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Overall crop ratings fell three percent in the latest Crop Progress report, which was more than the trade had anticipated. Even though the crop is still strong, market analyst Brian Roach with Roach Ag Marketing says deteriorating conditions shows heat and high temperatures have had an effect. [Read More]
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It's been over a decade since Newton hosted RAGBRAI and the city is ready to house thousands of riders. Community Marketing Manager for Newton Danielle Rogers said the last time the city saw RAGBRAI was back in 2006. [Read More]
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Hy-Vee, based in Iowa, sold the 1-pound and 3-pound plastic containers of Spring Pasta Salad in eight states. [Read More]
Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast If the Chinese tariffs imposed earlier this month on American soybean exports continue, Iowa farmer David Weaver says he'd likely be out $40,000 at the very least from this year's crop. He worries the losses could reach as high as $80,000 for the 1,500 acres of soybeans and corn he farms with his father in rural Boone County. It's the reality many farmers across rural Iowa face as soybean futures have plummeted to a nine-year low and the price for a bushel dropped to $8.34 last week (down from about $10.50 in... [Read More]
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