IOWA CITY, IOWA — Gary Barta and Shawn Eichorst, directors of athletics at the University of Iowa and the University of Nebraska, respectively, will ask the Administrators Council of the Big Ten
AMES, Iowa -Iowa State junior forward Melvin Ejim was named to the Capital One Academic All-District 6 Men’s Basketball team, selected and announced today by the College Sports Information Directors of America
CEDAR RAPIDS – A man who hid a gun that his brother used in a murder was sentenced January 30, 2013, to 8 years in federal prison. Winsdell Nowelin Lamb, age 25,
Press Statement Washington, DC January 31, 2013 The Obama Administration has made it clear that advancing the rights of women and girls is critical to the foreign policy of the United States.
CEDAR RAPIDS – Russell R. Wasendorf, Sr., age 64, from Cedar Falls, Iowa, who stole more than $215,000,000 in customer funds from his commodity futures business, was sentenced today to 50 years
DES MOINES – A bill was introduced in the Iowa Legislature this session that would require background checks on ice cream truck drivers in an effort to protect children. Introduced January 23rd,
MASON CITY – Lee Enterprises, Inc. the owner of the Globe Gazette, filed its 1st quarter financial results on January 22nd. According to a press release, regarding its employees, “compensation decreased 4.9%,
Daily Press Briefing, January 31, 2013 QUESTION: Does the State Department have any further comment on the formation of an Argentine-Iranian truth commission? ANSWER: Our position on the AMIA bombing is clear
MASON CITY – Newly-appointed City Assessor Dana Naumann on Tuesday was given the final go-ahead on a $1 million dollar project to re-appraise all commercial, industrial and residential property in Mason City.
Editorial by Matt Marquardt – I guess I thought in order to be an engineer you had to be good with numbers. At Tuesday night’s budget hearing, which lasted nearly three hours,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 (UPI) — The Internal Revenue Service and Health and Human Services Department Wednesday issued regulations on the individual healthcare mandate. The mandate, which requires nearly all taxpayers without it
MASON CITY – A violent felon charged with child abuse 3 times in 2012 was sentenced to return to prison for up to 7 years. On New Year’s Day 2012 Shadrick Dennery
MASON CITY – A Mason City man who broke into Hogan Bremer Moore Colonial Chapel located at 126 3rd Street NE in the early morning hours of June 6th, 2012 in order