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53 min ago | WHO-TV Des Moines
This year's back to school spending could add up to well over $26 billion. Students aren't the only ones stocking up for the first day of school.
53 min ago | The Des Moines Register
Katie Gilbert, of No Coast Stand Up, told council members that the water quality and terrain of the 40-acre lake were appealing as a site.
4 hrs ago | USA Today
A Walmart supervisor has confirmed that a worker was wrong to refuse to sell alcohol to a 57-year-old Iowa man just because his teenage daughter did not have identification.
Immigrant families and immigration reform activists hold signs of protest during a July 7 news conference in Washington near the White House organizaed by Casa de Maryland and other pro-immigration reform groups.
Des Moines police are hoping the public can help them identify the body of a man found in the Des Moines River Sunday afternoon.
Monday night, city leaders are expected to approve plans to tear down and clean up an eyesore in one Des Moines neighborhood.
Governor Terry Branstad says he's sending a team from Iowa Workforce Development to the northwest Iowa town of Cherokee where Tyson just announced it's closing its processing plant.
In this Ethanol Report, RFA Senior Vice President Geoff Cooper gives some of the major findings of a new report that shows ethanol is the world's lowest cost motor fuel and octane source.
When Ashley Hartkorn was trying to lose weight a few years ago, she followed a plan that advocated the "cheat day" philosophy.
When former dry cleaning store owners Susan and Michael Garner found themselves retired seven years ago, they decided to go into a business that offers a different type of suds.
Fifteen years after first visiting Des Moines, Iowa, Antiques Roadshow looks back on featured items to see if their value has changed.
Kristina Fetters at the Iowa Correctional Institution for Women on Thursday, Sept.
By Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- To end the U.S.-Mexico border crisis, the United States must address the flow of illegal drugs and arms and the harmful economic policies forcing children and families to leave Central America for the U.S., said the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace.
Technology helps revitalize Iowa manufacturers DES MOINES, Iowa - Companies look to expand but face challenges finding qualified workers.
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