April 10, 2024

Rain, Snow Hampering Spring Field Work

Iowa — Last week was another week of colder-than-normal temperatures in Iowa with rain and snow. Farmers in the state-as-a-whole had nearly three days suitable for fieldwork, while farmers in

Former Deputy Enters Plea To Felony Neglect Charges

Orange City, Iowa — A former Sioux County Deputy has entered a plea to several felony charges against him. According to the Sioux County Sheriff and the Sioux County Attorney’s

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Iowa House Votes To Regulate Traffic Cameras

Des Moines, Iowa — The Iowa House has voted to establish statewide regulations for automated traffic cameras that generate tickets for speeding and running red lights. Republican Representative Phil Thompson

Governor Opposes Any Changes In New AEA Law

Des Moines, Iowa — Governor Reynolds says she will not consider any changes in the law she signed two weeks ago that overhauls Area Education Agencies. The new plan takes

Iowa’s Ethan Hurkett talks spring drills

Cooper DeJean opted for the NFL Draft but several other standouts returned at Iowa meaning the Hawkeyes have an experienced defense. Nine starters return from a unit that helped lead

Iowa State’s Ben Brahmer talks spring practice

After a surprising freshman season Iowa State tight end Ben Brahmer is looking to diversify his game next season. The native of Pierce, Nebraska, set an ISU freshman record with