News Briefing

  • Reynolds, Gregg introduce themselves to Iowa:  GAZETTE
  • Once an unlikely candidate, Iowa’s governor embraces new job:  AP
  • Gregg returns to hometown of Hawarden as lieutenant governor:  SCJOURNAL
  • Help wanted: Rising worker demand may increase wages:  REGISTER
  • Need a summer gig? State website may be able to help:  RADIOIOWA
  • Reynolds fills three state government leadership posts:  GAZETTE
  • Trump pushes Iowa visit to mid-June:  AP
  • Caucus Watch!  Iowa GOP says caucuses are safe:  WCFCOURIER
  • Republican chair seeking support to keep Iowa ‘in the red’:  RADIOIOWA
  • Branstad reports assets as part of ambassador application:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa law to ban convicts from receiving victims’ benefits:  AP
  • Proposal would expand the Safe Haven law:  RADIOIOWA
  • ‘Slow Down to Get Around’ law protects workers:  GAZETTE
  • State expands program for recycling Rx drugs, over-the-counter meds:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa census preparation begins:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Census: Ankeny 14th fastest growing city in nation:  REGISTER
  • State pool could help Iowans who lose insurance:  REGISTER
  • Linn County gets $731,000 FEMA obligation for 2016 flood:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa State expecting enrollment slowdown:  GAZETTE
  • UNI faculty, administration forge alternative to bargaining agreement:  WCFCOURIER
  • Mental health issues common among Iowa high school students:  IOWAWATCH
  • Interstate 380 roadwork will cause delays this summer:  GAZETTE
  • Massive new pork plant in Northwest Iowa on target to open in July:  RADIOIOWA
  • Des Moines power brokers want to build massive greenhouses downtown:  REGISTER
  • 86 years after fire, Spencer leaders look to continue ban on fireworks:  SCJOURNAL
  • Iowa start-up SwineTech raises $1.3 million to help piglets live:  GAZETTE