News Briefing – September 9, 2013

  • Branstad Off for 6th International Trade Trip:  WCF COURIER
  • GOP Candidates for Iowa’s US Senate Seat against US Strikes into Syria:  RADIO IOWA
  • Wrestling Earns Vote to Remain in Olympics:  SC JOURNAL
  • Iowa Air Guard Marks End of 72 Years of Manned Flight in Des Moines:  RADIO IOWA
  • Public Safety Commissioner Says No Fixing Needed in Agency:  RADIO IOWA
  • California Online Merchant to Refund Iowa Consumers:  RADIO IOWA
  • Office of Drug Control Policy Starts New Service to Help Educate About Drug Threats:  RADIO IOWA
  • Former Public Safety Director: “Iowa Has Destroyed Me”:  GAZETTE
  • New Laws Relax Oversight of Home Schoolers:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Sees Gains and Losses in School Safety:  GAZETTE
  • Republicans Trying to Draft Former State Rep Schulte for 1st District Race:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Allows Blind People to Get Gun Permits:  WCF COURIER
  • Quarter of Mid Prairie District’s Students Are Homeschooled:  QC TIMES
  • Funds to Finance Research Program on Litter:  GLOBEGAZETTE