The Iowa House is back at work with hopes of concluding the 2013 session.
A family pet was shot by criminals during a home invasion earlier in May,is out of surgery and will recover.
The Iowa Senate approved a deal to accept federal funding to provide health care coverage to low income Iowans.
The tradition continues in Sarpy County with LaVista Daze. The festival marks the unofficial kick off to the long holiday weekend ahead.
A Norfolk city councilman has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
A judge has given probation to a Lincoln woman who slapped a police officer while being escorted from the business from which she had been fired.
We're heard a lot about teachers who put themselves in harm's way to save their students during the tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma.
As Memorial Day weekend approaches the Iowa Department of Natural Resources is reminding boaters and anglers to “Clean, Drain, and Dry” their boats and equipment to protect Iowa lakes and rivers from aquatic hitchhikers.
A Council Bluffs family came home to a surprise late Wednesday night.
You don't have to travel to Oklahoma to make a difference when it comes to helping tornado victims.
New regulations enacted for composting operations in ‘ag’ zoning only. The zoning regulations for composting operations in areas under ‘recreational ag’ zoning stay the same.
An 8-year-old girl who ran away 32 times in 7 months last year is now getting the psychiatric treatment her mother asked for a year ago.
A living history demonstration of an 1860s soldier camp will be re-enacted at Fort Kearny State Historical Park on May 25-27.
County jail time for a 23-year-old man involved in pursuit incident at Beaver Lake.
The loss of life and stunning devastation in Oklahoma City suburbs after a monster tornado ripped through the area are heart-wrenching. But within hours, relief organizations were getting out the message on how to help.
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