Whatever the reason, Paul Pate split the baby and defended Iowa's Freedom of Information Act.
Iowa GOP Chairman Jeff Kaufmann thinks you're stupid.
Gov. Kim Reynolds has a problem, and it resides in Topeka, Kansas.
Illinois Democrats have a problem.
Illinois gubernatorial hopeful Chris Kennedy is a man without a constituency, said one state official and prominent Democrat.
There's just something about quantum mechanics. If only I understood the math.
Ousted Muscatine Mayor Diana Broderson can still stick it to The Man or, in this instance, The Men. That's if she chooses to again seek office in November's election.
Rock Island County's top judge, Walter Braud, defended his move late last month to solicit donations from Rock Island Bar Association and its members for an attorneys' lounge at the Annex being added to that county's justice center.
Donald Trump is no tyrant-in-waiting regardless of how much the left tries to say otherwise. But the president's predilection for strong-men and their tactics demand rebuke from all members of Congress, including Sens. Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst.
An elected official has two options when their mouth gets them into trouble: Own it and apologize or blame the media.
Iowa Sen. Roby Smith doused speculation on Monday that he'd make a run at the only remaining Democrat in Iowa's Congressional delegation, Rep. Dave Loebsack.
About three months before the partial collapse of a downtown Davenport apartment building — and again just two days before — a masonry company owner said he predicted it was coming.
Elizabeth Pruitt lived at 324 Main Street in Davenport for less than 24 hours before it collapsed.
Two houses catch fire in the 1500 block of West 3rd Street in Davenport around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 31, 2023,
Justice Jacobs lost everything she owns when The Davenport apartments partially collapsed Sunday. Now she's telling her story.
Ron DeSantis has made a four-stop blitz through Iowa during his first full day of presidential campaigning. He's aiming for a personal connection with voters even as he intensifies his criticism of former President Donald Trump. The Florida governor’s first appearance was the floor of Port Neal Welding in Salix, a rural town near Sioux City. DeSantis made subsequent Wednesday events in Council Bluffs, Pella and Cedar Rapids. He's packing in early stops in the state where caucuses kick off the Republican presidential primary voting. From there, he will head later in the week to New Hampshire and then South Carolina.
Police say a child has died after accidentally being shot by another child in a suburban Chicago household. River Grove police said they were called to the home around 10 a.m. Wednesday and found a child severely injured after being accidentally being shot by another child in the home. WLS-TV reports the father of the child who was shot told police he was outside at the time of the shooting. He immediately called 911. The child died at a hospital. The father told police he owned the gun and said it was stored on a high shelf in a closet.
Residents of a partially collapsed six-story building in Davenport are trying Wednesday to move on with their lives after being forced out of their apartments. Two of the building’s residents are missing and believed to be in the rubble. An additional three people also remain unaccounted for, but authorities have said they do not believe they were home when the building collapsed. One resident who was rescued had to have a leg amputated to free her from debris. Her wife says it's like a miracle that she's alive.
The governors of Virginia, West Virginia and South Carolina are joining the growing list of Republican-led states sending soldiers or other state law enforcement officers to the U.S. border with Mexico. Virginia's Glenn Youngkin announced Wednesday he's deploying 100 Virginia National Guard soldiers and 21 support personnel at the request of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. South Carolina's Henry McMaster and West Virginia's Jim Justice made similar announcement Wednesday. At least eight Republican-led states have made similar deployments in the weeks since Abbott appealed for helpassistance, which was issued in mid-May. The Department of Homeland Security did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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A lawsuit filed because of the fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision on the Interstate 74 pedestrian walkway has been expanded to include Moline and other defendants.
Someone robbed an armored truck employee Wednesday while the worker was trying to fill an ATM at Tyson Food's Joslin plant. No one was reported injured.
Woman accused of hitting three men on the Interstate 74 bridge pedestrian walkway faces new assault charges in jail.
A Rock Island man who spent 22 years in solitary confinement in the Illinois Department of Corrections was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in federal prison on a weapons conviction.
Pritzker began a tour of the state to tout the new budget that lawmakers passed, stopping at two university campuses to highlight the plan’s increased funding for higher education.
A bill passed last week would give downstate utility companies the "right of first refusal" to build new transmission lines, thus allowing them to forgo competitive bidding on potential projects.
Grassley: ‘Defaulting is not an option’
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