News Briefing

  • Many issues left on Iowa Republicans’ to-do list as legislative clock ticks:  GAZETTE
  • Is Iowa headed for ‘full employment’?:  GAZETTE
  • GOP legislators’ state budget plan is $38 million below governor’s:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa’s 2013 business property tax cut — has it worked?:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa Supreme Court: Lying about felony record on gun form no crime:  GAZETTE
  • Who served that last drink? Iowa targeting problem bars to battle drunk driving:  REGISTER
  • Iowa driving the way for autonomous vehicles:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa abortion bill creates ‘undue burden,’ critics say:  WCFCOURIER
  • Are Iowa high schools doing enough to teach sex assault prevention?:  GAZETT
  • New law bans project labor agreements on government construction:  RADIOIOWA
  • Koch foundation gives thousands at Iowa State University:  GAZETTE
  • Jane Meyer lawsuit will put University of Iowa athletic department on trial:  PRESSCITIZEN
  • Hy-Vee shakes up corporate offices; reassignments, layoffs expected:  REGISTER
  • Cedar Rapids 2016 flood costs close in on $7 million, with total still a moving target:  GAZETTE
  • Winnebago supervisor claims county is overpaying insurance premiums:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Woodbury County plans $31 million in road repairs over 5 years:  SCJOURNAL