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Despite her fears, Chloe Burkart, a third-grader at Black Hawk Elementary School, approached the front of her classroom to ask Iowa Gov.
Marine Sgt. Ross Gundlach, of Madison, Wis., sits with Casey, a four-year-old yellow labrador that he worked with while deployed in Afghanistan, as the two are reunited during a surprise ceremony on May 17 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund members blasted a tentative legislative deal to cut corporate property taxes after a confidential memo was leaked Thursday, saying the deal will severely limit the ability of state and local governments to provide basic public services without raising taxes on everyday Iowans.
The morning after Iowa legislative leaders unveiled a wide-ranging tax relief plan , they sounded less sure of how quickly they can put together the votes to send it to Gov.
Believe it or not, as Iowans, we have the potential to take something that is both overwhelmingly successful and incredibly popular and make it even better than it already is.
Iowa Democrats are hitting Gov. Terry Branstad for a proposal he's made to raise the salary of future governors.
Details of a property tax agreement are sketchy, despite claims by parties privy to the discussion that it's nearly a done deal.
Gov. Terry Branstad signed into law Wednesday a pair of bill he said will use modern technology to make Iowa safer and state government more efficient.
Iowa lawmakers appear close to concluding the 2013 legislative session, though they may put a health care debate on hold.
House-Senate conference committee members Wednesday finalized a $547.3 million appropriation to fund state prisons, public safety and other justice system functions for the 2014 fiscal year that begins July 1. The overall funding level in Senate File 447 was an increase from the House's $534.5 million proposal and Gov.
A little more than 24 hours after she was appointed State Auditor, Mary Mosiman became the subject of an ethics complaint.
Two child welfare bills are heading to Gov. Terry Branstad's desk after this week; I hope for Iowa kids' sake he signs them.
Iowa's Economic Development Authority director says her substantial travel spending is necessary to promote Iowa.
Colfax-Mingo third grade teacher Elizabeth Pyle has been in the classroom long enough to see a drastic change in where Iowa ranks in public education.