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Iowa part of settlement involving mileage claims for Ford pickups

BY DAR DANIELSON RADIO IOWA - Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced Iowa is part of a multistate settlement with Ford Motor Company regarding gas mileage claims for pickups. The settlement came after allegations that Ford…
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Miller asks for murder trial to be moved

One of the two teenagers accused of killing a Fairfield High Spanish teacher is asking that his trial be moved.  Attorneys for 16-year-old Willard Miller filed court papers Monday (5/23) asking for the change of…
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Legislature approves $5.5 million budget boost for UI, ISU, UNI

BY O. KAY HENDERSON RADIO IOWA - Legislators will return to the state capitol today to put the finishing touches on state spending plans for the budgeting year that begins July 1. Republicans who hold majorities…
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Wind energy plants in Kansas, Iowa closing, could reopen

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — The Siemens Gamesa plants in Hutchinson, Kansas, and Fort Madison, Iowa, will be shut down and most employees will be laid off this summer, company officials said Friday. The company, which…
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Avian flu restrictions lifted at poultry operations in three counties

BY DAR DANIELSON RADIO IOWA - The State Agriculture Department announced today that bird flu restrictions have been lifted for three commercial poultry sites in Franklin, Hamilton, and Humboldt County. The Iowa Turkey Federation’s Gretta Irwin…
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Mahaska County Board hires outside counsel for EMA lawsuit

The Mahaska County Board voted Wednesday (5/18) to hire an outside firm to defend the County in the newest lawsuit filed by the Mahaska County EMA Commission.  Belin McCormick from Des Moines was hired to…
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Headstones damaged at cemetery south of Sully

Someone has been vandalizing headstones at a cemetery in Jasper County.  The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office says it received a call Saturday night (5/14) about damage at the Bethany Cemetery south of Sully.  Investigators found…
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Iowa eateries struggle anew with workers, costs in post-COVID world

BY MATT KELLEY Many of the challenges Iowa restaurants faced during the pandemic are behind us, but another perfect storm is brewing that’s creating havoc in the food service industry. Jessica Dunker, CEO and president of…
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Summer food service for Osky schools

Oskaloosa Community Schools, in partnership with United Way of Mahaska County will once again be providing Summer Food Service in the community this year!  In June bulk meal packs will be handed out, as was the…
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Prosecution wraps up case against man accused of killing State Trooper

BY DAR DANIELSON RADIO IOWA - The prosecution wrapped up its case around noon today against the Grundy Center man accused of killing State Trooper Jim Smith during a standoff last April. In coverage streamed by…
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