News Briefing – July 29, 2013

  • State wants to end easy school date waivers:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Vilsack says immigration reform crucial for ag interests:  RADIO IOWA
  • ‘Proud Democrat’ Dandekar rejects criticism of Senate resignation; GAZETTE
  • Harmful algae in full bloom in some Iowa waterways: RADIO IOWA
  • Rural Iowa electric cooperatives share resources after storms: GAZETTE
  • Exhibit honors Iowan who served 16 years as US Ag Secretary:  RADIO IOWA
  • Community celebrates 23 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act:  GAZETTE
  •  Local economic indicators mixed in second quarter:  WCFCOURIER
  • Health Department investigates 26 cases of salmonella:  RADIO IOWA
  • Drought concerns return to Iowa, Nebraska:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Sioux City native, Col. Bud Day passes away:  SCJOURNAL
  • Non-ethanol gas could see price jump:  QCTIMES
  • Group:  IA officials stalling on birth certificates:  SCJOURNAL
  • 2013 already a deadly year at Iowa rail crossings:  QCTIMES
  • Lottery profits rise but still some question games:  QCTIMES
  • Opinion:  King deserves the criticism he’s receiving:  SCJOURNAL
  • Governor commissions review of agent firing:  QCTIMES
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