News Briefing – September 29, 2014

  • Election ’14:  Ernst leads Braley by 6 points:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • New center at Hygienic Lab gives students science experience:  RADIOIOWA
  • Despite scrutiny, agencies defend government surplus program:  GAZETTE
  • Farmers likely to store corn this fall with prices down:  RADIOIOWA
  • Des Moines school district opts out of survey:  QCTIMES
  • Three potential 2016 presidential candidates rally with Iowa Christian conservatives:  RADIOIOWA
  • DNR, emergency responders prepare for spills and fires:  GAZETTE
  • Cedar Rapids one of few communities to charge chemical fees:  GAZETTE
  • Election ’14:  Braley and Ernst clash in first Iowa Senate debate:  QCTIMES
  • Oak wilt threatening trees across Iowa:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa to see ‘exciting’ changes in mental health services:  QCTIMES
  • It’s harvest time for corn, soybean growers:  WCFCOURIER
  • Caucus watch!  Trio of GOP prospects urge mindterm turnout in Iowa:  GLOBEGAZETTE