Poll: Little change in Iowa Democratic caucus race

CEDAR RAPIDS - Despite giving her low grades for handling the economy, likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers are sticking with Hillary Clinton as thei ... »

Iowa tax revenue up 3.9 percent in October, despite forecast downturn

CEDAR RAPIDS - Although corporate income tax deposits fell in October, overall Iowa tax revenue increased nearly 4 percent for the month, the Legis ... »

U.S. foreign aid success touted

DES MOINES - How the U.S. should address conflicts in the Middle East has become a dominant issue in the presidential campaign.

Michael Gerso ... »

Iowa high school senior scoring big on GOP presidential autographs

WILTON - It's not unusual for folks at political rallies to seek autographs from the candidates.

High school senior Julia Smith is one of the ... »

56 percent of Iowans give Grassley thumbs up in poll

CEDAR RAPIDS - He's no Bernie Sanders, but Sen. Chuck Grassley is showing strong popularity among his constituents heading into his 2016 re-electio ... »

Temporary Iowa City homeless shelter in Iowa City finds space

IOWA CITY - It took a little longer than many would have hoped, but officials with Iowa City's Shelter House have secured a spot for a temporary ho ... »

Along English River, flood model pinpoints priorities

KALONA - A model developed by the Iowa Flood Center will help planners identify high-priority projects for reducing the impacts of flooding and imp ... »

North Liberty ties building permits with city licenses

NORTH LIBERTY - The City Council has passed an ordinance requiring all contractors working in North Liberty to get a city license before they can g ... »

Poll: Trump regains lead, Cruz moves past Carson in Iowa GOP race

CEDAR RAPIDS - Donald Trump has regained the lead with 25 percent of likely Iowa Republican caucus participants in a too-close-to-call race 75 days ... »

North Liberty council gets pushback on banning guns in city properties

NORTH LIBERTY - After a two-year hiatus, discussion was revived Tuesday over the possibility of banning firearms on North Liberty's city-owned prop ... »

Pair of turkeys receive pardons from Gov. Branstad following rough year

DES MOINES - Noting at least a few of them deserve a break after a rough year for turkeys in Iowa, Gov. Terry Branstad on Monday pardoned two turke ... »

Challenges ahead as Upmeyer set to make Iowa Legislature history

DES MOINES - Linda Upmeyer will become the first woman to serve as speaker of the Iowa House when state lawmakers convene at the Iowa Capitol in Ja ... »

Iowa’s senators want stepped-up effort to counter ISIS threat

DES MOINES - Iowa's two Republican U.S. senators Monday urged President Obama to seek a bipartisan strategy in concert with military advisers and A ... »

Branstad asks agencies to submit status quo budgets

DES MOINES - Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday he has asked state agencies to submit budgets with no spending increases for the coming fiscal year. ... »

AAA: More Americans projected to travel for Thanksgiving

More Americans are expected to hit the road for Thanksgiving this year, according to AAA.

Travel from Wednesday to Sunday is projected to rea ... »