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Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mueller said the bureau has employed drones in “a very, very minimal way and very seldom.” “I will tell you that our footprint is very small,” he said, responding to a question by Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa.
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Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed a letter today to President Barack Obama asking for a Presidential Disaster Declaration for 47 counties, including several in North Iowa.
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WASHINGTON -- The Internal Revenue Service is about to pay $70 million in employee bonuses despite an Obama administration directive to cancel discretionary bonuses because of automatic spending cuts enacted this year, according to a GOP senator.
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Scott Hazelbaker told Des Moines station KCCI on Tuesday that he would never intentionally shoot his daughter.
One of the less glamorous, but expensive, actions taken by the Iowa Legislature prior to adjournment has to do with public pension funding.
State officials announced a pair of new mobile apps aimed at giving residents more information about Iowa's outdoor activities.
Signs warning people of the possibility of the presence of harmful blue-green algae hang on the fence at the entrance to the swimming beach at Lake Macbride State Park.
A reception for artist Sara Bacino Peiffer Sorensen of Cedar Rapids will be from 4-6 p.m. Thursday at Iowa Wesleyan College.
Bob Wessel and Jerry Bridgeman, who are both retired, asked at the Iowa Utilities Board hearing on Monday in Des Moines whether the rate hike is justified.
Iowa's law requiring the start of school to occur in the week that includes Sept.
Branstad spokesman Tim Albrecht says Monday the governor will sign the bill Thursday in Mason City.
One of the men involved in an alleged Iowa City drug ring involved in a deadly police sting has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
Two men in northern Iowa have been sentenced to 75 years in prison for their roles in a bank robbery that injured two police officers.
Nicole Kelly's decision to compete in the Miss Iowa pageant began when she realized she's always lived with a means to advocate for others, like her, who are different.
A September trial has been scheduled for a former trucker who's been ruled mentally competent for a murder trial in Des Moines.
This Spring's cool weather and severe storms is leading to a rough start for those who enjoy the pools.