Iowa Lawsuit Pits Gay Rights Against Religious FreedomThe University of Iowa is caught up in a legal fight with a conservative Christian student group that denied a leadership position to a student who is gay.
'Bachelor' Star's Legal Challenge In Fatal Crash Shot DownAn Iowa farmer-turned-reality television star is fighting to avoid prison after driving his pickup into the back of a tractor and killing a neighbor.
Homicides In Des Moines At Highest Rate Since 1978The 25 homicides last year in Iowa's largest city is the greatest amount since 1978, when 27 people were killed.
New Year Begins With Record Cold In Parts Of The MidwestBone-chilling cold gripped the middle of the U.S. as 2018 began Monday, breaking a low temperature record, icing some New Year's celebrations.
Goat Gives Iowa Police The RunaroundNo one knew where the goat came from but it had a cut on a front leg that needed a veterinarian's attention.
Iowa Gov.'s Husband Gets State 'Spouse Doll'Kevin Reynolds, husband of Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds, was on hand Wednesday with a doll bearing his likeness.
Gun Maker's Exploding Rifle Leaves Trail Of Injured HuntersIt was the opening day of deer hunting season, and Ronald Hansen says he loaded his rifle the same way he had countless times before, aimed at a target and fired a shot. This time, the gun barrel exploded, knocking the farmer from Hampton, Iowa, backward, severely damaging his right hand and ear and burning his face.
Report: Dog Shoots Hunter In Northern IowaA dog reportedly shot a hunter in northern Iowa this week.
Iowa Woman Faked Deaths For Insurance PayoutsProsecutors say Venancia Amora Rodriguez claimed her 17-year-old son had died of dengue fever in the Philippines in 2014.
Sheriff's Detective Accused Of Punching Man In BarA criminal complaint says the detective punched the man at least twice in the face on Sept. 22 at the Yankee Clipper.
Iowa Reports 1st West Nile-Related Death For 2017Experts say most people who are infected have no symptoms or experience only mild, flu-like symptoms.
Davenport, Iowa Switches From Columbus DayThe City Council has decided Davenport will mark Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 9, not Columbus Day.

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