The state agreed to pay eight men working for the state's Department of Revenue just over $1 million to settle complaints that they were secretly photographed by a male colleague in a restroom and that supervisors didn't take it seriously.
Articles Tagged: Iowa
Jared Strong - Iowa Capital Dispatch
News Feb. 21, 2022 6:00 am
The Iowa Public Information Board directed a state agency to examine its director’s cellphone for text messages that were requested nine months ago by Clark Kauffman, Iowa Capital Dispatch’s deputy editor, as part of his investigation into unemployment benefits fraud at the time.
Iowa’s governor cited fairness as a guiding principle in her efforts to flatten Iowa income tax rates, provide more families with opportunities to send children to non-public schools and prohibit transgender athletes from competing in girls’ sports.
Clark Kauffman - Iowa Capital Disptach
Health Care and Medicine Feb. 18, 2022 6:00 am
Federal officials fined Dunlap Specialty Care $62,283, alleging the home had failed to take the necessary steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Los Angeles Times
Crime and Courts Dec. 30, 2021 9:23 am
Kuachua Brillion Xiong, 25, of Merced was pulled over for driving aggressively on Interstate 80 in Cass County, Iowa, on Dec. 21. He had an AR-15-type rifle, ammunition and a grappling hook, among other items, authorities said.