News Briefing-Monday, September 17, 2012

  • The drought that stole Christmas: WCFCOURIER
  • Election ’12: Group asks TV stations to reject deceptive political ads: GAZETTE
  • Legal expert says BPI lawsuit will be tough to win: RADIO IOWA
  • Election ’12: O’Malley says Democrats grow the economy: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Feds restricts admissions at Iowa Veterans Home: QCTIMES
  • Cleanup funds mostly unused in Iowa: GAZETTE
  • Election ’12: More legal action possible in voter registration fight: RADIO IOWA
  • Small towns turn to sheriff for protection: GAZETTE
  • Make education affordable: WCFCOURIER
  • Iowa university presidents adapt to changing roles: GAZETTE
  • Eye on Iowa: Casino, economy are top issues in Lyon County: QCTIMES
  • Iowa taxpayers biggest donor to World Food Prize: SCJOURNAL
  • Davenport superintendent refuses raise: QCTIMES
  • Iowa schools to report, track bullying on database: SCJOURNAL
  • Corrections officials to seek more funds for staff, facilities: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election ’12: Iowa SOS voter rules struck down: QCTIMES
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