As President Donald Trump's fans head to his campaign stop in Des Moines, Iowa on Wednesday afternoon, they'll pass a large billboard that criticizes the president's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, calling the rally a "superspreader event."
An aggressive push by Iowa’s pro-Trump governor to reopen schools amid a worsening coronavirus outbreak has descended into chaos, with some districts and teachers rebelling and experts calling the scientific benchmarks used by the state arbitrary and unsafe.
The straight-line winds that toppled trees and power lines across much of Iowa was “unlike anything our company has ever seen," Alliant Energy spokesman Mike Wagner said.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed an executive order granting convicted felons the right to vote, ending Iowa’s place as the only remaining state to broadly deny voting rights to felons.
The entire Roosevelt High School baseball team in Des Moines, Iowa, knelt during the national anthem at the first game of the delayed season, on June 15.
Officials with Chino Valley Police Department say the remains of two missing people have been found out-of-state.
The Iowa Department of Public Health confirmed 555 employees had tested positive on Thursday.
The outbreak at Tyson has devastated the community. At least three Waterloo Tyson employees have died, and a fourth is in a medical coma.
Tyson Foods suspended operations Wednesday at an Iowa plant that is critical to the nation’s pork supply but had been blamed for fueling a massive coronavirus outbreak in the community.
Deb Siggins said she’s made about 400 masks and pays out of her own pocket for all the materials.
"Still taking time to play with grandpa," she wrote in the caption on Facebook.
Democratic candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders may be getting lots of media attention as the battle for their party’s presidential nomination heats up, but voters in Iowa appear to be solidly behind President Trump for November.
Robert Lee Noye, 52, was charged in Iowa with harassment and false imprisonment.
After a disastrous caucus night led to delays in results reporting, and candidates eventually calling for a recanvass, the head of Iowa's Democratic Party is stepping down.
The Democratic presidential primary race has pivoted to unpredictable New Hampshire after a wild night at the Iowa caucuses. The small New England state with a tendency to shock and surprise will have its say Tuesday.
The Democratic candidate and former mayor of South Bend, Indiana appeared to lead with 26.2% and 564.012 state delegate equivalents.
The Associated Press said Thursday that it is unable to declare a winner of Iowa's Democratic caucuses.
The chairman of the Democratic National Committee called for the recanvass in order to “assure public confidence in the results.”
The Iowa Democratic Party has released additional results of its presidential caucus, reflecting 71 percent of precincts in the state.
The Iowa Democratic Party says results from the state’s first-in-the-nation caucus have been delayed due to “quality checks” and new reporting rules.