New studies find farming remains one of the world’s most dangerous professions. Iowa State University Extension agricultural engineer, Chuck Schwab, is reminding Iowans in the industry to slow down and take breaks. “Agriculture, the industry as a whole, had roughly 2.2 deaths per 100,000 workers, which makes it the highest industry in the United States […]
The future of sports betting in the state could look a lot like what’s been put in place in Delaware.  The Iowa Lottery has been following the issue at the request of state lawmakers after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in May made sports betting legal across the county. Lottery spokesperson Mary Neubauer says Delaware […]
Three Des Moines lawyers have completed their independent investigation of the Iowa Finance Authority director the governor fired this spring, issuing a  35-page report that concludes Dave Jamison sexually harassed three women in the agency, frequently drank at bars during work hours and repeatedly made “sexually suggestive” comments in front of his employees. The lawyers interviewed […]
The family of the suspect in the murder of a celebrated student-athlete at Iowa State University has released a statement. Ames Police arrested 22-year-old Collin Richards, formerly of Coon Rapids, for the killing of Celia Barquin Arozamena on Monday. She had been golfing by herself at an Ames course where her body was found in […]
The Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board has dismissed two complaints about how Republican Governor Kim Reynolds has taken free flights on private jets, with the cost of those nine flights covered by individuals and reported as donations to Reynolds’ campaign. Board chairman James Albert emphasized that former Democratic Governors Tom Vilsack and Chet Culver took six flights […]