News Briefing

  • Legislators open two-day hearing on opioid crisis: RADIOIOWA
  • Opioid painkiller prescriptions are falling in Iowa, to about 90 pills per person annually: REGISTER
  • Voting rights advocates applaud possible change to Iowa voter ID law: SCJOURNAL
  • Iowa Governor Reynolds ‘concerned’ with proposed Renewable Fuel Standard changes: GAZETTE
  • Five rural counties to be targeted in an effort to reduce accidents: RADIOIOWA
  • Nebraska-Western Iowa VA kept secret waiting list for some mental health appointments:  DAILYNONPAREIL
  • Should U.S. bar buying soda with food stamps? 5 former ag secretaries discuss a new farm bill: REGISTER
  • Acclaimed AIDS researcher to lead sprawling UI Health Care:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa universities cite evidence they’re economic engines:  GAZETTE
  • Lawsuits seek changes to U. of Iowa sexual assault policies:  AP
  • Caucus Watch 2020!  Johanns: 2020 voters may want more than disruption:  WCFCOURIER
  • Election 2018!  Fundraising fight begins in competitive 1st District primary:  REGISTER
  • Election 2018!  Loebsack continues fundraising lead:  QCTIMES
  • Election 2018!  Democratic Secretary of State candidate plans listening tour:  GAZETTE
  • Rain has delayed Iowa, Nebraska corn and soybean harvest:  AP
  • Thieves take drugs from Newton nursing home:  RADIOIOWA
  • Bettendorf to vote Tuesday on ordinance limiting fireworks use:  QCTIMES