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COVID-19 infections grow in Iowa, with 47 percent increase in nursing...

Iowa is continuing to average more than 500 new coronavirus cases per day, with the state adding 1,561 additional cases to its total between...

Gov. Reynolds drops curtain on 2020 session

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds acted on all remaining legislation from the past session Tuesday, approving spending bills and other actions while also exercising her...

Grand View student tests positive for COVID-19 after working at orientation...

A Grand View University student leader who worked Tuesday during an orientation for first-year students has been confirmed to have COVID-19, a university vice...

Will the feds pay for uninsured Americans’ COVID-19 treatment and testing?

With the Trump administration accused of sitting on money intended to pay for COVID-19 testing and treatment of uninsured Americans, more than half the...

Iowans return to restaurants, but state inspectors keep their distance

Iowans are now free to visit their favorite restaurants, but some of the state's own food-safety inspectors are continuing to keep their distance. At least...

House panel moves to block Senate bid to force Des Moines...

Des Moines would not have to hold a public referendum on an already approved football and soccer stadium under a bill amendment passed by...

Reynolds: I’m ‘proud’ of progress made by Test Iowa program

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds says her administration never promised that the controversial Test Iowa program would perform 3,000 tests for COVID-19 per day, but...

Iowa officials: Violent protests undermine message for change

Iowa officials, including Gov. Kim Reynolds and Des Moines Mayor Frank Cownie, on Saturday said the violence that broke out in downtown Des Moines...

Lawmakers ask U.S. Treasury to waive fees for coronavirus relief debit...

U.S. Reps. Abby Finkenauer and Cindy Axne are asking the U.S. Treasury to waive replacement fees for Americans who lost or accidentally discarded pre-paid...

Four Des Moines police officers tested positive for COVID-19

Four Des Moines police officers recently tested positive for COVID-19, police spokesman Sgt. Paul Parizek said Tuesday. The news came one day after the Des...
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