News Briefing – November 20, 2013

  • Garrett wins Senate seat:  RADIO IOWA
  • Alliant agrees to conditions set for new electric plant in Marshalltown:  RADIO IOWA
  • Manufacturing sees new revolution triggered by 3D printers:  GAZETTE
  • Cedar Rapids makes list of top 10 places to retire:  GAZETTE
  • Ag secretary says many yields ending up better than first thought:  RADIO IOWA
  • Election 2014:  GOP Senate hopeful Jacobs calls for ‘politics of inclusion’:  GAZETTE
  • Regents president continues push for increased funding:  RADIO IOWA
  • Cedar Rapids schools to receive $3.34 million from FEMA:  GAZETTE
  • Tuition vote on tap for December regents meeting:  GAZETTE
  • $128,000 approved to fix failing Smithland levee:  SCJOURNAL
  • New state education director visits Waterloo schools:  WCFCOURIER
  • Judge:  UI did not violate public records law:  QCTIMES
  • Farm bill takes aim at state animal welfare laws:  SCJOURNAL