News Briefing – August 26, 2013

  • Five GOP US Senate Candidates Campaign in Greenfield:  RADIO IOWA
  • Fellow Republican Says Sorenson Needs to Resign from State Senate:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa Women’s Hall of Fame Adds Four New Inductees:  RADIO IOWA
  • Rod Roberts’ 2010 Campaign Manager Backing Ernst in 2014:  RADIO IOWA
  • USDA Food Prices Not Going to Rise as Much as Previously Forecast:  RADIO IOWA
  • Supreme Court Upholds Firing of U of I Administrator over His Handling of ’07 Sexual Assault on Campus:  RADIO IOWA
  • Miller Warns of Scams Linked to Upcoming Exchanges for Uninsured:  RADIO IOWA
  • Drought, Frost among Iowa Farmers’ Crop Concerns:  GAZETTE
  • School Fees Rise as Eastern Iowa Districts Face Financial Struggles:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Formally Seeks Health Care Innovation Waiver:  GAZETTE
  • Marion Approves Deal for Garbage to Ethanol Facility:  GAZETTE
  • GOP Senate Hopefuls Tell Faith Voters Any One of Them Better Than the Alternative:  GAZETTE
  • Cedar Rapids Replaces Library Damaged in Flood:  WCF COURIER
  • New State Board Will Hear Public Records Disputes:  WCF COURIER
  • Iowa Utilities Offer Energy Efficiency Proposals:  WCF COURIER
  • Same-Sex Couple’s Names on Iowa Birth Certificate:  QC TIMES
  • 3 Appeals Court Judge Finalists Chosen:  QC TIMES