News Briefing-Monday, July 9, 2012

  • DNR leader says Honey Creek Resort won’t pay for itself: RADIO IOWA
  • Installation of interstate cable barriers called a success: RADIO IOWA
  • Federal bill benefits HWY 100 in Cedar Rapids: GAZETTE
  • SOS says Democratic strategist was out to frame him: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Hearings set to begin on Alliant Energy natural gas rate increase: RADIO IOWA
  • Questions raised over state executive relocation expenses: WCFCOURIER
  • Czech museum readies for reopening more than four years after flood: GAZETTE
  • Iowa farmers split on direct payments in farm bill: RADIO IOWA
  • ‘No-snagging’ zone expansion has little opposition: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Thousands visit USS Iowa museum on opening day: GAZETTE
  • State to set timeline for Woodbury casino applications: SCJOURNAL
  • Coalition seeks to increase training for nurses: RADIO IOWA
  • Revive filmmaking the Iowa way: WCFCOURIER
  • Business owner: Obama, Branstad deserve some, but not all credit: QCTIMES
  • Convention no-shows the norm for Iowa congressional candidates: QCTIMES
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