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Ending a string of 12 consecutive quarterly decreases in earnings, Deere & Co. reported better-than-expected earnings Friday — sending its…

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The scramble is on to save a non-profit group in Davenport whose reputation for helping youth is paying off at its most desperate time.

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The Current Iowa, the new sister hotel of Hotel Blackhawk, will hold open interviews this week.

Listening to the beginning of the end of the Trumpster? I thought I would enjoy this. The last emotion I imagined arising from witnessing Pres…

United Airlines refused to let two teenage girls board a flight from Denver to Minneapolis in March because they were wearing leggings. The airline said the issue was that the teens were flying under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code. United said customers were welcome to wear leggings on flights.

  • William Gerhard

In a classic bait and switch, Iowa Legislature passed an agenda never campaigned on. Lawmakers wiped out minimum wage increases and strangled …

Months after other school districts settled employee contracts, the North Scott School District came to a resolution with its unions on Monday night.

A Davenport woman was sentenced Thursday to a suspended 10-year prison sentence and placed on two years of probation for trying to steal the r…

  • Teresa LaBella

The Scott County Board of Supervisors agreed to hire an information technology specialist and put a sheriff’s deputy back on the street.

  • Erin Murphy Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Iowa’s largest public employee union scored what its leader called a bittersweet victory in a recent arbitrator’s ruling.