News Briefing-Tuesday, May 29, 2012

  • Iowa State plans to focus on faculty additions: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Nuclear emergency planning overhaul draws fire: GAZETTE
  • Vilsack says US must prepare for veterans: GAZETTE
  • Post-deployment cancer diagnosis ‘taking its toll’: GAZETTE
  • Audit faults UNI sex assault policies: QCTIMES
  • Recruiting, retaining teachers the topic for task force: RADIO IOWA
  • States making fewer gas pump checks: SCJOURNAL
  • Iowa official calls for time out on commodity trades: RADIO IOWA
  • Republicans statewide face primary challenges: SCJOURNAL
  • American workers aren’t using earned vacation time: REGISTER
  • Some urge tougher rules related to alcohol and boats: REGISTER
  • Iowa restaurant jobs expected to grow by 5.2 percent, say associations: REGISTER
  • Condition of Iowa’s parks: REGISTER
  • Grassley as a watchdog and as a scold: REGISTER
  • Up, down in Iowa’s whiplash economy: OBRADOVICH
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