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Did someone urinating in a horse’s stall lead to an Iowa...

The horse that failed a drug test after placing second in the 2019 Iowa Derby may have fallen victim to a worker who urinated...

Grassley: House policing bill may not be ‘fast-tracked’ for passage

The major policing bill lawmakers advanced this week might not be “fast-tracked” to the governor’s desk, House Speaker Pat Grassley said Thursday. “This bill is...

Several investigations launched into Anamosa attacks, Iowa prison security

Internal and external investigations are underway at Anamosa State Penitentiary following the murders of two staff members, the Department of Corrections said Thursday. On March...

Judge rules western Iowa man violated state environmental laws

A  judge has ruled against a western Iowa man accused of deliberately setting fire to thousands of railroad ties on his property in open...

House passes police qualified immunity, enhanced penalties for rioting

From increased penalties for rioting to qualified immunity for police officers, several of the session’s major policing proposals came together Wednesday in a bill...

Iowa Senate proposes $14 million less than House for prisons

The Iowa Senate proposed a $6.2 million increase to the Department of Corrections following a deadly attack at Anamosa, an allocation $14 million shy...

Iowan who cited religious beliefs in refusing to wear a mask...

An Iowa man who refused to wear a COVID-19 face mask at work because it violated his religious beliefs is not entitled to unemployment...

Senate proposes $8.2 million increase for public universities

The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday approved a $8.2 million increase for Iowa's public universities, a proposal in opposition to the House's Regents funding...

First-offense marijuana arrest threatens Iowan’s career, even after it’s expunged

An Iowa woman whose livelihood is threatened by a first-offense possession of marijuana charge is taking the Iowa Department of Human Services to court...

Iowa home for women in crisis sued for barring emotional-support dog

Should a home for women in crisis be forced to accommodate their clients’ emotional-support pets? That’s the question posed by a lawsuit brought by the...
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