News Briefing – May 28, 2013

  • Persistent rain creates flood concerns in Iowa:  QCTIMES
  • Rule cracks down on tax evaders registering motorhomes in Montana:  RADIO IOWA
  • Federal Mental health bill could become a casualty:  GAZETTE
  • Boy Scouts of America leader in Iowa welcomes new policy on gay scouts:  RADIO IOWA
  • Grannies unite to fight against global warming:  GAZETTE
  • Minorities report workplace discrimination:  GAZETTE
  • Some Iowa drug courts may be eliminated in budget:  QCTIMES
  • UNI to sponsor variety of STEM camps for students:  WCFCOURIER
  • Civil war casualties remembered at Vicksburg:  GAZETTE
  • 2 lawmakers credited for role in health deal:  QCTIMES
  • After challenging tenure, UNI president retires:  SCJOURNAL