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Sioux City nursing home fined by state over food service

US wildfire costs hit record $2.3 billion; season isn't over

Reynolds signs proclamation to allow overweight loads

Iowa collecting data linked to defunding Planned Parenthood

AMBER ALERT CANCELLED: 3 children abducted in Clay County

Iowa's AG says residents should act now after Equifax data breach

$50M gift prompts new name for Iowa State business college

Quarterback leads by example after teammates KKK photo

AMERICAN PICKERS to film in Iowa

Judge orders Des Moines to refund some traffic camera fines

Officials: Fish kill near Le Mars traced to ice cream plant

Iowa officials: Survey numbers skewed for pheasants, quail

Iowa man found not guilty in hot-car death

Former Iowa first lady pleads guilty to public intoxication

Iowa DOT makes eclipse joke on signs

DOT announces license plate design

America Mega Million Lottery Sweepstakes scam being attempted in Jo Daviess County

Powerball jackpot climbs to $510 million, 8th largest

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