Republican Governor Kim Reynolds held her second annual “Harvest Festival” fundraiser this weekend, critiquing her opponent’s debate performance and bringing in reinforcements who stressed a national GOP campaign theme. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was the evening’s keynote speaker. She told the audience “elections have consequences” and there’s a 5-to-4 conservative majority on the […]
Dozens of central Iowa girls will be climbing into the cockpits of airplanes and helicopters today as part of Girls in Aviation Day. Sara Arnold, a pilot and the president of the Heartland Chapter of Women in Aviation, says they’re targeting girls between the ages of eight and 16, but everyone is welcome to visit […]
The governor has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Saturday to honor a sailor killed during World War Two. Nineteen-year-old Navy Seaman Second Class Bernard Doyle, of Red Cloud, Nebraska was aboard the USS Oklahoma when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. He was among some […]
AARP Iowa and the Latino Political Network are offering a nonpartisan effort to inform Iowa’s voters who are 50 and older, as well as the Latino population, about changes to the state’s voting laws. AARP Iowa state director Brad Anderson says the two organizations are launching a statewide tour next week to help voters understand […]
The Iowa Supreme Court has overturned a 2016 Clarke County drunk driving conviction saying a traffic stop involved in the case was unconstitutional. Deputies were investigating a car in the ditch at 4:30 in the morning and found the Minnesota drivers’ license of Cody Smith inside. Deputies says the accident did not look serious and they […]