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WATERLOO, Iowa -- Gov. Kim Reynolds visited the Waterloo Career Center on Monday, emphasizing her commitment to K-12 education.

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DES MOINES — Religious conservatives dedicated to ending abortion gave U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley a standing ovation Friday for his role as the Republican point man in navigating Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh through a confirmation process the senator described as “a partisan blitzkrieg.”

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Tax records in Arizona show that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell received a homeowner tax credit there at the same time he claimed a homestead tax exemption in Iowa.

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DES MOINES — Religious conservatives dedicated to ending abortion gave U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley a standing ovation Friday for his role as the Republican point man in navigating Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh through a confirmation process the senator described as “a partisan blitzkrieg.”

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LE MARS, Iowa -- A couple's 2016 divorce decree has been vacated after it was determined the initial ruling was written by one of the parties' attorneys rather than the judge presiding over the Plymouth County case.

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Incomes crept upward in Iowa and the Quad-Cities last year, while poverty fell, according to new government figures that reinforce a picture of an economy that's improving.

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DES MOINES -- An attorney for the state Department of Transportation argued Thursday that Iowa law would be turned “on its head” if the Iowa Supreme Court does not reverse a lower court ruling that its officers do not have the authority to issue tickets for speeding and other traffic violations.

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DES MOINES — Iowa landowners’ constitutional rights were violated when a Texas company used state-approved authority to seize their property to build an underground oil pipeline that had no public use because the interstate project did not service Iowans directly, a lawyer argued Wednesday.

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DES MOINES — An attorney for the state Department of Transportation argued Thursday that Iowa law would be turned “on its head” if the Iowa Supreme Court does not reverse a lower court ruling that its officers do not have the authority to issue tickets for speeding and other traffic violations.

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Iowa has lost control over its Medicaid program, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Fred Hubbell said Wednesday in Davenport, renewing his criticism over the state's decision to shift day to day management to private insurance companies.

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DES MOINES — Iowa landowners’ constitutional rights were violated when a Texas company used state-approved authority to seize their property to build an underground oil pipeline that had no public use because the interstate project did not service Iowans directly, a lawyer argued Wednesday.

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DES MOINES — Iowa landowners’ constitutional rights were violated when a Texas company used state-approved authority to seize their property to build an underground oil pipeline that had no public use because the interstate project did not service Iowans directly, a lawyer argued Wednesday.

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Iowa has lost control over its Medicaid program, Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Fred Hubbell said Wednesday in Davenport, renewing his criticism over the state's decision to shift day to day management to private insurance companies.

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Seven out of 10 employees at Eastern Iowa Community College District say it is a "great place to work," according to a new survey of employees, but they give the district far lower marks when it comes to how the institution is governed and its senior leadership.

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TAMA – The Iowa Court of Appeals has upheld the murder conviction of a Tama man accused of helping his mother kill his wife in 2013.

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Complaints from hundreds of Alliant Energy customers that bills have been higher this summer have to do with the hot weather and not with the utility’s conversion to “smart” meters that aren’t read manually, regulators appeared to agree Tuesday.

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DES MOINES — Iowa Medicaid Enterprises is requesting an increase of more than $76 million from the previous year for its Medicaid program for state fiscal year 2020.

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Complaints from hundreds of Alliant Energy customers that bills have been higher this summer have to do with the hot weather and not with the utility’s conversion to “smart” meters that aren’t read manually, regulators appeared to agree Tuesday.

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DES MOINES — Iowa Medicaid Enterprises is requesting an increase of more than $76 million dollars from the previous year for its Medicaid program for state fiscal year 2020.

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DES MOINES — Iowa Medicaid Enterprises is requesting an increase of more than $76 million dollars from the previous year for its Medicaid program for state fiscal year 2020.

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LINCOLN, Neb. -- Plans for a second debate between Gov. Pete Ricketts and Democratic challenger Bob Krist appeared to collapse Tuesday with both sides blaming the other for failure to reach agreement on terms governing the Sept. 21 event.

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DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell have agreed to three debates, the two sides said in an announcement Monday night.

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Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell have agreed to three debates, the two sides said in an announcement Monday night.

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SERGEANT BLUFF -- A community organization that is seeking modernized facilities in the Sergeant Bluff-Luton School District will hold meetings this week to show the condition of the district's buildings.

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — State officials have high hopes for a bridging a skills gap in the Iowa workforce, aiming to ensure that 70 percent of Iowa workers have training or education beyond high school by 2025.

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A new poll says that Democrat Fred Hubbell is leading Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds in the 2018 Iowa gubernatorial race.

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The 12-year-old boy accused of trying to shoot his teacher in the face was escorted by a bailiff into a hushed courtroom Monday as his family looked on from the courthouse benches. The boy, wearing a blue jumpsuit and handcuffs, sat quietly next to his attorney with his hands clasped, occasionally fidgeting with his chains, as the presiding judge pondered whether the hearing should be held privately.