Southern Minnesota May Get Dusting From Midwest Snow StormOne of the first major snowstorms of the season is expected to hit the Midwest beginning Friday. But this time, it's going to miss Minnesota.
Iowa Man Gets Probation For Beating Dog With HammerA 63-year-old Mason City man who used a hammer to beat his dog has been given probation.
Man Charged With Hate Crime In Iowa BeatingA white felon with Nazi tattoos repeatedly stomped on the face of a semi-conscious black man in a racially motivated attack at a northeastern Iowa bar last winter, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Wednesday.
Gophers Prepare For Iowa As Claeys Is Set To Be Named Head CoachIt would be a monumental upset for the Gopher football team to go to Iowa City and beat the unbeaten Hawkeyes this Saturday. But as MIke Max reports, there is a rallying cry in the Gopher locker room: "Remember last year."
Sanders Dropping $2M On Ads In Iowa, New Hampshire Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is spending $2 million on his first television ad campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire, casting himself as a longtime fighter against injustice and inequality.
Controversial Consultant Takes On Minnesota School ReferendumsNext Tuesday, a record number of Minnesota school districts will ask voters to pay more taxes to cover the cost of new buildings and better technology. Some 68 school districts will vote on building bond or capitol levy requests.
Despite Carson's Lead In Iowa, Trump Said He's In It To WinResponding to Ben Carson's surge in <span style="color:red;">Iowa</span>, Donald Trump said Tuesday he'll stick with the presidential race, even if he loses the luxury of running from atop the polls.
4 Things To Know: Garnett Mourns Saunders, Computers Read EmotionsThese are the four stories you need to know about from Monday, Oct. 26. They include the death of a Minnesota sports legend, and a brave new world for computer recognition skills.
Sanders Highlights Differences With Clinton Ahead Of Iowa CaucusBernie Sanders sharpened the contrast with Hillary Rodham Clinton on a bevy of liberal causes on Saturday, casting himself as a principled progressive before thousands of Iowa Democrats in an appearance that could set the tone for the leadoff presidential caucuses in February.
Presidential Hopeful Ben Carson Now Leads In Iowa PollsFor the first time since Donald Trump threw his name into the mix, he was not sitting at the top of the polls in Iowa. According to new data from Quinnipiac, Ben Carson has overtaken the lead in that state, which is historically the first state in line for the nominating process for presidential races.
Iowa Community College Offers Transgender Student HousingIowa Western Community College is offering a pilot housing program that aims to help transgender students feel more comfortable. The Des Moines Register reports students were given the option this year of joining the program, which assigns them to a roommate based on their gender identity or expression rather than their legal sex.
Group Seeks Greater Oversight For Iowa Pipeline PermitsA group that opposes a proposed oil pipeline across Iowa is asking a federal agency's regional office to be more stringent in issuing permits to a private company seeking access to waterways in the path of the project, and members say the request highlights their concern over varied oversight in the approval process.