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Donald Shull, 55, a family man preparing for retirement, was killed Sunday in a motorcycle accident on River Drive in Davenport.
DES MOINES — Iowa Board of Regent member Michael Richards got caught in a political crossfire at the Capitol on Monday, dodging questions about fetal tissue research, tuition policy and the political affiliation of university faculty members during a hearing on his pending Senate confirmation.
DES MOINES — A major rewrite of Iowa’s public-sector collective bargaining rules has become law, but the head of the state’s largest state workers’ union vows the fight to protect bargaining rights isn’t over.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — A 54-page document that currently makes up the master agreement between University of Northern Iowa’s United Faculty and the Iowa Board of Regents was reduced to about half-page under the proposal presented Monday to open negotiations on a new contract between the two.
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DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad had a busy schedule Friday morning when he signed legislation making sweeping changes to Iowa’s 43-year-old collective bargaining law, but not so busy that he couldn’t accommodate a representative of one of the few groups that publicly backed the changes.
The Quad-Cities certainly has reason to be proud — at least five companies operating on Quad-City soil have been ranked among the World's Most Admired Companies in Fortune Magazine's annual list.
1. Q-C weather keeps setting new records
Police investigate an accident on River Drive, east of Concord Street near Credit Island Park in Davenport on Sunday, February 19, 2017. A motorcyclist was killed around 5:40 p.m. after he was struck by a vehicle and thrown into oncoming traffic where he was struck by another vehicle.
According to the City of Moline, the recently distributed AT&T Real Yellow Pages book contains incorrect listings for city offices.