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4 weeks ago in Local

Managed Medicaid Begins in Iowa

Three private companies will begin managing Iowa's Medicaid program today.

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4 weeks ago in Local

Iowa Lawmakers Debating “Quality of Life”

A bill that would set aside 25 million dollars in state money for "quality of life" projects and promotions in Iowa is ready for Senate debate.


4 weeks ago in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: April 1

A look back at the Hollywood headlines from years past.


4 weeks ago in Entertainment

Easy April Fools’ Day pranks

Looking for a quick and easy way to pull a fast one? Check out these perfect pranks for kids, coworkers, and friends.


4 weeks ago in Entertainment

‘Miles Ahead’ plumbs mute years of jazz icon Miles Davis

Miles Davis, one of America's most iconic and prolific musicians, went musically mute for several years in the '70s, and actor Don Cheadle explored that silence in his visually jazzy directorial film debut.

4 weeks ago in Agriculture

Iowa Senator Sees Tough Road For Biotech Labeling Legislation

More and more food companies are preparing to comply with Vermont’s biotech labeling law. Meanwhile, when Senators return from recess,…

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4 weeks ago in Agriculture

Latest French BSE Case Concerns R CALF

The Ag Ministry in France has detected a confirmed single case of BSE. It is the third single case of…

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4 weeks ago in Agriculture

Iowa Farm Group Has Problems With Governor’s Water Plan

Iowa lawmakers are wrestling with how to fund ways to improve water quality. Governor Branstad is sticking by his plan…

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4 weeks ago in Agriculture

Center For Rural Affairs Has Property Tax Relief Concerns

Proposed legislation to provide close to $ 30 million in property tax credits is expected to be debated on the…


4 weeks ago in Agriculture

Ag Retailers Concerned With OSHA Stance On PSM Exemption

The Agricultural Retailers Association and many farmers are concerned the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is by passing Congressional intent…


1 month ago in Entertainment

Does Chipotle have burgers on the brain?

he Denver-based chain applied for a trademark for "Better Burger" earlier this month, according to a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.


1 month ago in Sports

Five female U.S. soccer players file wage complaint

The athletes, including star players Carli Lloyd and Hope Solo, charged that the women's team is the driving economic force for U.S. Soccer, though its members are paid less than their male counterparts.


1 month ago in Viral Videos

WATCH: ‘Batman & Superman’ v ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’

“Batman v Superman” was such a huge money-maker, Warner Brothers is already working on a slew of sequels including this one, which appears to be targeted at women.

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1 month ago in Local

SD Board of Regents Considering Tuition Cuts for Iowa Students

The South Dakota Board of Regents will consider a policy change at their meeting this week that would drop tuition costs for Iowa students, from non-resident to resident rates.

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1 month ago in Local

Mount Marty President Marc Long Officially Inaugurated

Marc Long was officially inaugurated yesterday as the eleventh President of Mount Marty College in Yankton.

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1 month ago in Local

Yankton Attorney Craig Kennedy Files for District 18 Senate Seat

Attorney Craig Kennedy of Yankton has filed to run for the State Senate from District 18.


1 month ago in Sports

MLB teams allowed to use iPads in dugout all season

Each team's devices, which can be used in dugouts and bullpens, have been customized to use the club's proprietary statistical report and advance scouting videos along with MLB's Statcast system, which launched last year.


1 month ago in Entertainment

Katt Williams keeps getting arrested

The troubled comedian has been arrested for the third time in five weeks.


1 month ago in Lifestyle

You can now buy cyber bullying insurance

An insurance company has added coverage to help U.S. victims of cyber bullying pay for costs, including mental health treatment, legal expenses and lost wages.


1 month ago in Sports

Preview: Shell Houston Open

Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson highlight a strong field that features more than half of the top 50 players in the current FedExCup standings.

Recent Headlines

16 hours ago in Local

Genetically Engineered Miniature Pigs Aiding in Research


A northwest Iowa company may be leading something of a shift to swine in medical research

16 hours ago in Local

Minnesota Traffic Deaths Reach 100


There have been 100 traffic deaths on Minnesota roads so far this year.

18 hours ago in Local

Iowa Legislators Struggle to Conclude the 2016 Session

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The Iowa D-O-T's request for an extra 10-million dollars to cover negotiated salary increases is one of the sticking points that remains as lawmakers struggle to conclude the 2016 legislative session.

18 hours ago in Local

Rural Airports in Nebraska Can Now Apply for Federal Funding

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Rural airports in Nebraska will be able to apply for federal funding now that Congress has approved a rider to the FAA reauthorization sponsored by Congressman Adrian Smith

19 hours ago in Local

Compromise In the Works For Family Planning Services

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A compromise may be in the works over where Medicaid patients in Iowa can get family planning services after July 1st.