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DES MOINES — A survey of Eastern Iowa Democratic base and swing voters found a nervous electorate either supporting President Donald Trump for re-election or unsure of how to defeat him in 2020.

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CLINTON, Iowa -- After nearly two weeks in intensive care and critical condition in Iowa City, Iowa, the injured Clinton firefighter is making big strides.

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — A gun violence prevention group is launching a digital campaign encouraging Iowans to tell legislators to oppose a constitutional amendment it believes would weaken state gun safety laws.

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SIOUX CITY -- The Sioux City Council on Saturday reviewed some of the biggest spending segments proposed for the 2019-20 fiscal year budget, which includes $52.2 million for waste water treatment plant modifications, street resurfacing and riverfront recreational upgrades.

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LE MARS, Iowa -- The evidence was circumstantial and no motive was given during Thomas Bibler's trial, but a judge on Friday ruled that the Le Mars man fatally stabbed his sister.

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SIOUX CITY -- A Sioux City man has been arrested on felony charges after police said he sought to sell methamphetamine and was carrying a firearm.

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U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley is now third in line for the presidency after being sworn in as Senate president pro tempore last week.

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DES MOINES — Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Cady didn’t weigh in on the developing controversy over the state’s process for picking judges Wednesday during his annual Condition of the Judiciary speech. Or did he?

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MOUNT PLEASANT -- It was payday for Mike Kennedy when the local Farm Service Agency opened its doors Thursday for three days of limited service during the nearly month-old government shutdown.

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DAVENPORT --- A Scott County judge has reversed his Dec. 26 ruling barring media from naming or photographing a 12-year-old boy accused of trying to shoot a teacher at North Scott Junior High School teacher in late August.

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DES MOINES — Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Cady didn’t weigh in on the developing controversy over the state’s process for picking judges Wednesday during his annual Condition of the Judiciary speech. Or did he?

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DES MOINES -- Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Cady didn’t weigh in on the developing controversy over the state’s process for picking judges Wednesday during his annual Condition of the Judiciary speech. Or did he?

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DES MOINES --  Lawmakers reacted positively to Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Cady’s call for them to “think big” and embrace the opportunities technology offers the judicial system.