Several state parks already maxed out for Labor Day Weekend
Iowa hospitals are seeing improvements by the numbers. This is partially due to an initiative that started back in 2011.
Iowa lawmakers are busy on the hill this week. Both the House and the Senate passed their own version of several bills related to kidnapping and sex trafficking in the state.
According to a recent report, divorce is increasing at an alarming rate for one the largest generations today, the baby boomers.
It’s been quite a process for one local superintendent as he meets with the community about the future of a middle school.
The Community Kitchen of North Iowa has been serving their community for 31 years, and while that it a major accomplishment all on its own, they’re especially proud of the work they accomplished in 2013.
Today, people are more “connected” than ever, between smart phones, tablets, folks can take the internet with them wherever they go. Trends are suggesting that people are taking those devices shopping with them.
One group of researchers from Minnesota State University Mankato have been using the slick roads and never ending snow storms as a way to jump start a project focusing on road salt.
The fire last week evacuated the entire town.
Legislation requiring stun gun training passes the senate