News Briefing-Thursday, April 12, 2012

  • Freeze damages fruit crops in Iowa: REGISTER
  • Limits to TIF approved in the House: WCF COURIER
  • Tax credits sought on wind, solar projects: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa officials credit cable barriers with improving safety: GAZETTE
  • Lawmakers disagree over regent schools budget: QC TIMES
  • Johnson County ready to take justice center project to public: GAZETTE
  • Abortion debate looms in Iowa: QC TIMES
  • Iowa Civil War exhibit set to open Saturday: RADIO IOWA
  • Mason City schools consider levies, hiring freeze: QCTIMES
  • Hwy 20 widening project may get boost: SCJOURNAL
  • Projects in Des Moines, Indianola, Stanton land Vision Iowa funding: RADIO IOWA
  • Ex-legislator confirmed for $98,0000 a year job: RADIO IOWA
  • Nonprofit pays fired CEO $289,000: REGISTER
  • Home sales in the state now up 9 consecutive months: RADIO IOWA
  • Siouxland trails bounce back after flood: SCJOURNAL
  • Bill in Legislature seeks to rein in ‘storm chasers’ in Iowa; REGISTER
  • Wrong reason to change school date: REGISTER