News Briefing

  • Judge dismisses Des Moines lawsuit over nitrates in water:  AP
  • Grassley to lead this week’s hearing on Supreme Court nominee:  RADIOIOWA
  • Voya receives $500,000 in incentives for 3-block move:  REGISTER
  • Corridor companies to receive Iowa Economic Development Authority aid:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa craft liquor producers hopeful alcohol laws headed for update:  GAZETTE
  • Bill allows nonaccredited curriculum at Fort Dodge school for troubled youth:  REGISTER
  • Step therapy a barrier to quality care, critics say:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • King maintains support in Iowa after inflammatory comments:  AP
  • Sen. Joni Ernst faces hostile crowd at town hall meetings:  AP
  • Ernst ‘legitimately undecided’ on House GOP’s ObamaCare replacement:  RADIOIOWA
  • Ernst wary of cuts to USDA food programs:  RADIOIOWA
  • Report: Leath on ‘short list’ as next president of Auburn University:  REGISTER
  • Names of donors, athletes released on ISU’s private plane:  PRESSCITIZEN
  • Des Moines council to vote Monday on water works bill:  REIGSTER
  • Health group: Up to 250,000 Iowans at risk under GOP bill:  AP
  • Some worry net metering changes would throw shade on Iowa solar industry:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa corn groups: Families own, operate most farms:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Eastern Iowa volunteer fire departments struggle to keep up:  GAZETTE
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