News Briefing

  • Dix ready to work on tax reform:  WCFCOURIER
  • DHS director to retire amid criticism over child abuse cases:  AP
  • Three more relatives charged in connection with Perry girl’s death:  RADIOIOWA
  • Opening day for Iowa fireworks sales could well be a dud:  REGISTER
  • Nebraska business to open 55 fireworks stands in Iowa:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa State Senator questions legality of Johnson County fireworks moratorium:  GAZETTE
  • Reynolds inaugural ‘celebration’ a strategic move for state GOP:  AP
  • Iowa teen’s $1 million-per-month illness is no longer a secret:  REGISTER
  • Survey shows slight decline in Midwest economic conditions:  AP
  • In Iowa, debt goes down as university aid goes up, but the future remains unclear as tuition increases loom:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa tuition task force keeping everything ‘on the table’:  PRESSCITIZEN
  • Capitol Digest: Judge halts drinkable sunscreen sales:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • University of Iowa pays settlement to Meyer, Griesbaum:  GAZETTE
  • Deere to acquire road construction equipment maker The Wirtgen Group for $5.2 billion:  QCTIMES
  • Jury selection begins in BPI defamation case:  SCJOURNAL
  • Officials: Iowa’s push toward renewable energy not likely to change with Paris Climate Accord decision:  GAZETTE
  • Caucus Watch!  Iowa Democrats consider absentee-style participation in presidential caucuses:  REGISTER
  • Election 2018!  Union leader Glasson exploring run for Iowa governor:  PRESSCITIZEN
  • Nearly 1,000 property valuations appealed in Sioux City:  SCJOURNAL
  • New audit finds more issues with treasurers using automated registration systems:  RADIOIOWA