For the third year in a row, Iowa State University's Cyclone Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Battalion has been named one of the nation's top eight battalions.
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland contends that a prominent Catholic priest played an 'outsized role' in the state medical board's decision to ban use of a telemedicine system for providing abortion pills.
The U.S. Postal Service - victim of declining revenue and threats of trimmed delivery days - is holding its own in at least one place: On college campuses, packages and envelopes still get pre-Internet-style respect.
Des Moines police are reporting additional victims of a scam in which a caller identifies himself as a public official and demands payment.
A Nebraska high school social studies class is digging around in a neighboring state to learn more about the lives of slaves who escaped the South and made their way to eastern Iowa in the 1800s.
Last week, Des Moines broke a 130-year-old low temperature record. Ready to swing about 70 degrees in the other direction?
Two-year-old Jacob Saffell loved dinosaurs - and drawing them with his cousin.
The federal government has focused more attention on speeding up the rollout of broadband to the millions of people who are unserved, most of them in rural America.
Air disasters have left their mark on numerous countries.
A physician who works for the Iowa Board of Medicine said he believes anti-abortion motivations were behind the board's controversial move to ban use of a telemedicine system for dispensing abortion pills.
Shenandoah is the only city in Iowa where you can walk all over Shawn Johnson on a daily basis.
In a tiny, tidy Main Street apartment in Dubuque, the joy is palpable.
Sheila MacRae, 92, a veteran stage, film and TV performer best known for playing Alice Kramden to Jackie Gleason's Ralph in the 1960s re-creation of '
Outdoor adventure seekers could have a new recreation option in Des Moines this summer that would allow them to climb through trees 50 feet above the ground.
The leader of the Republican Party of Iowa announced without explanation Saturday that he will resign later this month, signaling a new direction for a party beset with divisions in recent years.
About two decades ago, Phenix Early Learning Center was transformed into a magnet school for early-childhood education with emphasis on meeting individual students' needs and using new teaching techniques.
David Gott said he didn't intend to take his hobby of making frozen custard outside of his home, but now he's the face of David's Famous Gourmet Frozen Custard.
Two people listed as passengers had reported their passports stolen in Thailand.
When it comes to Catholic doctrine, the gentle Argentinian hasn't moved the needle.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Andra Ruiz walked into the First National Bank of Dublin, Texas, in November and was led to a safety deposit box belonging to Kenneth Henry.
Later this year, the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa is giving attorney Dan Johnston an award for his lifetime achievements in defending the freedoms of others.
The Des Moines metro area was home to another state tournament this weekend. No balls were involved, and the score was out of 1,000 points for each round.
Heavy smoke from a house fire in Anamosa late Friday pushed four neighboring residents out of their homes while firefighters tried to extinguish the blaze.
Democrat Tony Bisignano seriously considered last fall whether he should give up his bid for a comeback to the Iowa Senate when he was arrested for drunken driving for the third time in his life.
Among Democrats at the Polk County party convention Saturday, there was laser focus on voters.
One day last year, a well-dressed, older man approached Pat's Diner, a food stand at the University of Iowa's Henry B. Tippie College of Business.
UKRAINE AND CHARITON: With their native land under siege by Russia, Ukrainians gathered at their church in Chariton last week to recount their story of freedom in the middle of America.
Jumbo jet's location remains a mystery.