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Man accused of killing ISU student had lengthy criminal history

University of Iowa lecturer fired after violating sexual harassment policy

Non conventional farmers must work harder to get family farm assistance

Dubuque Police Deparment warns of "assassination" phone scam

Eastern Iowans helping out storm victims in the Carolinas

Riverside Elementary recognizes University of Iowa Kid Captain Quinn Stumpf

University of Iowa to pay $55,000 to end open meetings case

Univ. of Iowa President Harreld: ‘We're not paying what we don't think we owe them’

Red Cross asks for blood donations as volunteers prep for Hurricane Florence

Disabled students suing ACT over alleged disclosure of disability

DOT blames distracted driving for high number of work zone fatalities

Quinn Stumpf named Kid Captain for Iowa vs. Univ. of Northern Iowa game

University of Northern Iowa releases name of employee who died in steam leak incident

Iowa beats Iowa State 13-3 for 4th straight win in series

No tricks or treats: Dubuque YMCA announces it won't sponsor a Halloween parade

Doctors warn of the hidden health risks in flood water

Neighbors pen city council over concerns with Kinnick-style home

Operation Quickfind Canceled: Chacidee Yates

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China hikes tariffs on $60B in U.S. imports, accuses Trump of 'trade bullyism'

China raised tariffs Monday on thousands of U.S. goods in an escalation of its fight with President Donald Trump over technology policy.

3-D gun advocate accused of sex with minor is jailed in U.S.

He was arrested in Taiwan, where police say he flew after learning he was under investigation for allegedly having sex with an underage girl.

Florence aftermath: Thousands brace for more flooding

Residents in one South Carolina county were warned to be prepared to evacuate before expected flooding of up to 10 feet.

Tackling climate change to be key talking point at UN summit

Leaders at this year's U.N. General Assembly are feeling a sense of urgency to keep up the momentum on combating climate change.

Catholic Church looking for (more than) a few good men

The numbers of U.S. priests and seminarians have been plummeting for decades, and it's not just because of the church's sexual abuse scandals.