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You have until July 1st to nominate a State Fair ‘Iowan of the Day’

By Ethan Hewett (Radio Iowa) The deadline is approaching for nominations for the 2024 Iowan of the Day Awards at the Iowa State Fair. Ten people will be singled out for the title during the…
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Attorney General Bird Launches Cold Case Unit to Seek Justice for Victims and Families

DES MOINES -- Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird announced the launch of her office’s new cold case unit to investigate Iowa’s more than 400 unsolved murders. The announcement was made in a press conference at…
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Iowa Crop Progress and Condition Report

DES MOINES -- Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition Report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. The report is released weekly April through November. Additionally,…
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County officials seek changes in Iowa property tax caps

By O. Kay Henderson (Radio Iowa) The president of the Iowa State Association of Counties says county officials are hoping the state legislature makes changes in the 2023 law that capped property tax assessments. Barry…
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Regents raise tuition at state universities, give university presidents raises

By Dar Danielson (Radio Iowa) The Board of Regents approved tuition and mandatory fee increases at the three state universities today, while also giving raises to the presidents of the schools. Undergraduate in-state tuition will…
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Graduate students ask Regents to drop mandatory fees

By Dar Danielson (Radio Iowa) The state Board of Regents will vote on an increase in tuition and mandatory fees undergrad and graduate students at their meeting today in Iowa City. Graduate students spoke out…
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Iowans who are planning a summer vacation shouldn’t boast online

By Matt Kelley (Radio Iowa) Iowans are being warned to prune their social media friends lists and to be careful of who sees their posts about activities, especially summer vacations. Consumer protection expert Michelle Reinen…
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Iowa Crop Progress and Condition Report

DES MOINES -- Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition Report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. The report is released weekly April through November. Additionally,…
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ISU Extension expert stresses biosecurity as bird flu confirmed in Iowa dairy cattle

By George Bower (Radio Iowa) The same strain of bird flu has recently hit a flock of laying hens in Sioux County and dairy cattle in O’Brien County. Iowa is the 11th state where bird…
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Iowa’s twister tally is growing, approaching all-time record

By Matt Kelley (Radio Iowa) As the experts study the damage, satellite photos and other data, the number of tornadoes that have hit Iowa this year continues to rise. The National Weather Service now says…
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