Governor Kim Reynolds will soon make clear how the school year may end for Iowa’s K-12 students. Reynolds was asked about the issue during a news conference this afternoon. “This is Wednesday,” Reynolds said in response. “By tomorrow, I think we’ll be issuing an additional health emergency declaration that will address the very question that […]
This is Census Day and Iowans are urged to fill out their forms online, by phone or through the mail, with all answers based on where they’re living today, April 1st. Iowa Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg is chairman of the Iowa Census Complete Count Committee. Responses are vital from every Iowa household, Gregg says, as […]
Pranksters may love today’s date, but it’s no April Fool’s joke that the rent is due and many Iowans are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic. While most evictions in Iowa are being postponed, Iowa Legal Aid litigation director Alex Kornya says tenants should still pay their rent or work out an agreement […]
The cities of Cedar Rapids, Des Moines and Iowa City are located in the three counties in Iowa with the most COVID-19 cases, but the county with the fourth highest number of cases has a population that ranks 28th among Iowa’s 99 counties. State officials today report 34 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in […]
Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne, a Democrat from West Des Moines has sent a letter to Governor Kim Reynolds urging Reynolds to issue a “stay-at-home” order to fight the coronavirus.  Rep Axne letter to Govenor PDF Axne says she’s concerned that the numbers in the state are going to get worse. “The Iowa Department of Public […]