Governor Kim Reynolds says the community spread of Covid through northwest Iowa’s Sioux County appears to be leveling off. Over the past two weeks, over 30 percent of Sioux County residents who’ve been screened for Covid tested positive for the virus. “Every night I’m able to see if they’re increasing, decreasing or stabilized and so […]
A world-famous surgeon who entered politics a few years ago says Americans can and should trust any Covid vaccine that’s approved for use in the United States. “Would you rather continue with Covid-19 controlling your life or would you like to get to the other side of this and move on?” Ben Carson, the current […]
After being postponed since May by the pandemic, this last full week of September is Small Business Week in Iowa, with a series of online events being offered for entrepreneurs statewide. Jayne Armstrong, director of the U.S. Small Busines Administration’s Iowa District Office, says 2020 has been a year like no other and it’s time […]
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson says low-income derecho victims in Iowa who are renters or paying off a mortgage may be eligible for assistance through his agency. “Support for Iowa during this time is especially important so that the households can have peace of mind to meet the challenges of recovering from […]
A 31-year-old Grinnell man is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of a black man whose body was found burning in a ditch near Kellogg last week. Thirty-one-year-old Steven Vogel is charged in the death of 44-year-old Michael Williams of Grinnell.  Grinnell Police Chief Dennis Reilly says there’s no evidence the crime […]