Be wary of callers offering to send COVID-19 test kits over the phone for a processing fee.
Auditor of State Mary Mosiman today released a report on a special investigation of the Shenandoah Community School District (District) for the period July 1, 2012 through September 30, 2014. The special investigation was requested by District officials as a result of concerns regarding cert…
Take a peek at fixer-uppers with potential to beautiful old homes around Clarinda
Emergency crews worked the scene of a structure fire at Timber Knoll Apartments, 3700 block of 53rd Street, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023, in Moline. Two tenants were transported to a local hospital with injuries, three others were treated on scene, according to fire officials.
Dan Greenwell, school board president, speaks about the possible implications of the School Choice Bill which was passed yesterday by lawmakers in the Iowa House of Representatives.
The bill would provide resources for rural health systems, fatherhood initiatives, and allow pharmacies to dispense birth control without a prescription.
From the beginning shot of a new docuseries, Waterloo is one point of focus in Nikole Hannah-Jones’ newest project.
DES MOINES — A rush is on in the Iowa Legislature to fix an oversight resulting from a previously passed property tax reform package that could mean potentially millions of dollars in lost revenue in the coming months for some Iowa cities.
There were plenty of heroes who responded to the apartment fire Wednesday in Moline. Dave Qualls and Jordan Blake were two of them.
Jennifer Keim was sentenced to four years probation in the death of her son, J.J. Hammond
Authorities have arrested an Elma, Iowa, man after remains of a missing person were found at his home. Jonathan Esparza, 30, was last seen Oct 20, 2022. His remains were discovered during a search of a home in Elma, Iowa, in November 2022. On Friday, deputies charged Sayvonne Eugene Jordan w…
Players, coaches and family members from a Quad-City volleyball club were on their way Sunday to Cedar Falls when they got caught in a major crash on I-80.
The Health and Human Services Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to advance a bill to the House floor that would set up a state licensing process for “rural emergency hospitals.”
All public school students and thousands of private school students now are eligible to receive a $7,600 education savings account to pay for tuition and other private school expenses.
A proposal for state-funded savings accounts for Iowa parents to pay for private school would cost the state roughly $345 million annually once fully implemented, according to a nonpartisan analysis.