News Briefing – August 13, 2013

  • Iowa State Fair Butter Cow Vandalized:  RADIO IOWA
  • First ’14 Ad Airs, Branstad Asks Supporters for Emergency Contribution to Respond:  RADIO IOWA
  • In Wake of Possible Payoff, Branstad Stresses Need to Protect Iowa Caucuses:  GAZETTE
  • Drought Monitor Shows 70% of State ‘Abnormally Dry’:  RADIO IOWA
  • With Federal Budget Cuts, Rockwell Collins Goes After More Commercial Business:  RADIO IOWA
  • DOT Working on Text Blocking App for Young Drivers:  RADIO IOWA
  • Report: Rural Schools Struggle to Get STEM Teachers, Programs:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Governor to Meet with Advocates for Youth in Toledo Juvenile Home:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Family up for National Cattle Award:  RADIO IOWA
  • Center to Study Nutrient Reduction in Waterways Approved:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Democratic Gubernatorial Hopeful Wants Data on Troopers Traffic Violations:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Moves to Shield Governor’s License Plate Data:  WCF COURIER
  • Grundy, Madison, Marshall, O’Brien, and Webster Counties Home to MidAmerican Wind Turbines:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa-Based Dwolla, Other Bitcoin Firms Get Subpoena in Criminal Risk Probe:  GAZETTE
  • Transparency Officers Named for Iowa Universities:  SC JOURNAL
  • Marriage Group Wants Iowa Ethics Board Chief off Campaign Investigation:  SC JOURNAL
  • Corn Outlook Busting Out All Over:  SC JOURNAL
  • Salad Mix Production Halted After Stomach Bug:  SC JOURNAL
  • Iowa Great Lakes Businesses Want Zebra Mussels Stopped:  SC JOURNAL