News Briefing – May 14, 2014

  • Knoxville Raceway ceremony for state tax break of up to $2M:  RADIOIOWA
  • Corbett says he’s in on casino for long haul; Legislature is a good place to start:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Federation of Labor leader says Iowa has too few OSHA inspectors:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa DAS official resigns:  GAZETTE
  • World Food Prize hosts meeting on climate change:  RADIOIOWA
  • State to study public transit in Cedar Rapids-Iowa City corridor:  GAZETTE
  • BBB warns of scams in wake of storm damage:  RADIOIOWA
  • Action on traffic camera reports won’t come until next month: RADIOIOWA
  • Two Iowa Lottery managers no longer with organization:  GAZETTE
  • Branstad administration announces teacher leadership symposium:  GAZETTE
  • UNI certificate in sustainability now offered:  WCFCOURIER
  • Coalition calls for tougher clean water rules:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa unveils $2.78B highway spending plan:  QCTIMES
  • Election ’14:  Clovis feels he’s closing in on nomination:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa universities identify disqualified ex-workers:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa regulators uphold decision to close Sioux City riverboat casino:  SCJOURNAL
  • Election ’14:  Braley pushes school bus safety legislation:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Officials work on transit system in Oskaloosa:  QCTIMES
  • Election ’14:  ‘Never quit’ attitude fuels Miller-Meeks third campaign:  QCTIMES
  • Funds Ok’d for ICN winter damage repairs:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa considers ‘diploma privilege’ for law grads: SCJOURNAL