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Central Iowa begins recovery after tornados


Tornado survivor reunited with pet cat, Daisy


Gov. Reynolds issues disaster proclamation for 4 counties


Iowa State Fair announces Best New Food finalists for 2018


Investigation finds former Univ. of Iowa employee misused nearly $60,000


City of Marshalltown picking up after tornado touches down Thursday


Iowa communities, businesses and politicians respond to storm damage


Iowa Secretary of State details election security measures in new video


Illinois man stabs himself with knife in court after being found guilty of sexual assault


Senators send letter to President for details on meeting with Putin


Iowa DOT issues fraud alerts for vehicles purchased outside of Iowa


Illinois emergency officials to share $2.2 million to purchase equipment


State of Missouri revokes peace officer's license after 2014 death of Iowa man


Gov. Rauner signs Quincy Veterans’ Home bills


Hy-Vee Voluntarily Recalls Spring Pasta Salad Due to Reported Illnesses


Iowa man sentenced to prison for the death of his infant daughter


University of Illinois student charged with disorderly conduct after run-in with police


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