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MUSCATINE — For 11 hours Thursday, the Muscatine City Council and lawyers argued about whether or not Muscatine Mayor Diana Broderson deserved to keep her job. And after 11 hours, Broderson had still not spoken to defend herself. She won’t get that chance until 9 a.m. Saturday, April 1, when…
Nathan Cross came home from Colorado two years ago to coach at Moline.
After receiving more information from the city of Bettendorf, the Scott County Board of Supervisors has decided it will not oppose financing plans related to a proposed indoor-outdoor sports complex.
When 16-year-old Isobel LaCorte was a little girl, her parents would turn off the television at night and the Eldridge family of five took turns reading the Harry Potter books aloud. It made an impression and she hopes to bring the same joy to children, now that she is older.
CHARLES CITY, Iowa — State Rep. Todd Prichard, D-Charles City, has filed paperwork to explore a possible run for Iowa governor.
Coach/dad, dad/coach. Toby Whiteman had a little trouble with the order.
We don't know why, how or to what extent school officials may have "dropped the ball," because they aren't publicly acknowledging the existence of a ball.
The Iowa Court of Appeals tossed a theft and eluding conviction against a Davenport man after they say prosecutors removed a black prospective juror in violation of a constitutional protection against removing jurors because of their race.
A Davenport man who was subdued with a stun gun after police say he fled from officers during a traffic stop in late February has been arrested on drug and assault charges.
A Davenport man pleaded not guilty Thursday in connection with the Feb. 17 shooting death of Lasabian L. Walker.
DES MOINES — Legislation that backers say will protect farmers — large and small — from nuisance lawsuits is on its way to the governor.