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Dustin Jefferson found guilty of murder in third trial

NEWTON - A Jasper County jury only took two and half hours on Tuesday to find Dustin Jefferson guilty of helping his mother kill his wife in 2013.This ...

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Oaknoll’s Patricia Heiden running for Johnson County Supervisor

IOWA CITY - A longtime leader of an Iowa City retirement care facility has announced her bid for Johnson County's Board of Supervisors.Patricia Heiden ...

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Clinton says in debate Sanders' healthcare promises 'cannot be kept'

MILWAUKEE - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused rival Bernie Sanders in a debate on Thursday of misleading Americans about the c ...

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Iowa Senate votes to end Medicaid privatization

DES MOINES - The Iowa Senate voted 29-19 Thursday to approve a bill seeking to halt Gov. Terry Branstad's plan to have private managed care companies ...

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Bakken pipeline decision may not come until March

DES MOINES - The Iowa Utilities Board will not rule on a request for a permit to build an interstate pipeline today, which is the final day of four da ...

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FBI tightens grip on final occupiers at Oregon wildlife refuge

PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Federal agents on Wednesday closed in on the last four anti-government militants still holed up at a national wildlife refu ...

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Einstein proven right about space-time: UI expert explains significance

IOWA CITY - The monumental space-time discovery announced Thursday will change the way scientists look at the universe, according to a University of I ...

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Iowa university presidents ask for $20 million more from state

DES MOINES - The residents of Iowa's three regents' universities asked a legislative budget panel for an additional $20 million next year to help meet ...

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Farm credit conditions deteriorate, bankers say

Agricultural credit conditions continued to deteriorate in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to a survey of bankers in the Seventh Federal Reserve ...

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Dozens killed in prison riot in northeast Mexico: media reports

MONTERREY - Dozens of people were killed in a riot and blaze at an overcrowded prison in the northeastern Mexican city of Monterrey early on Thursday, ...

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University of Iowa Health Care restructures its leadership

University of Iowa Health Care is restructuring its leadership, putting Jean Robillard in charge both of medical affairs and the Roy J. and Lucille A. ...

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Rules restricting traffic camera use advance in House

DES MOINES - A Cedar Rapids lawmaker has objected to legislation to have the Iowa Department of Transportation set rules for the use of traffic enforc ...

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House GOP wants to spend less than the governor proposed

DES MOINES - Public school funding and the state budget's catch-all spending would get increases, but all other state departments would face cuts unde ...

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Junge Automotive moving to Hiawatha

Hiawatha will be getting another new vehicle dealership in July when Junge Automotive moves its Cedar Rapids Lincoln, Mazda and Volvo dealership to a ...

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University of Iowa goat escape could prompt procedure changes

IOWA CITY - A University of Iowa-owned goat nabbed this week after his widely-publicized escape sent authorities on a 10-day chase will not go to a #x ...

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