Georgia Van Gundy will work as the new executive director for the Iowa Business Council.
Lauren Campbell has been photographing subjects professionally for more than a decade, but started her business six years ago.
There are some changes in the Local Bites food court in the Partnership Building at 700 Locust St. in downtown Des Moines, which has been open about 10 months.
West Des Moines-based convenience store chain Kum & Go will open its sixth new Des Moines metro store this year with the addition of a store in West Des Moines on Friday.
OCETI SAKOWIN CAMP, N.D. — With winter taking a firm hold on the Standing Rock Sioux tribe has urged campers to leave the massive anti-pipeline encampment here for their own safety over the winter months.
Remember when President-elect Donald Trump sent a tweet complaining about Boeing? The guy who called him back is an Iowan.
Prosecutors say the charges against 66-year-old James Perin and his wife, 62-year-old Mardeen Perin, arise from their operation of Sully's Irish Pub in 2013. The prosecutors say the Perins failed to report some cash income.
“Oh boy, do I have a blunder,” the email began.
Planning ahead before you retire is a key to being ready for the transition into retirement.
Last week, a car crash killed three people and injured two when a truck crashed into the front entrance of the Pella Wal-Mart.
Madison Panek’s dream of owning a dance studio came true this summer
Fund the outdoor recreation trust to get fitter Iowans, say heart, diabetes and cancer prevention advocates.
The Angry Goldfish Pub and Eatery has opened at 2301 S.W. Ninth St. in Des Moines.
It takes at least 600 hours of study and practice to become a licensed massage therapist in Iowa.
Raygun owner Mike Draper knows how to make a point.
Recent new hires and promotions at area businesses
Blu Toro Mexican restaurant featuring a large patio and tequila room, opens at 3 p.m. Thursday West Glen Town Center in West Des Moines.
Here are some questions and answers about the Dakota Access pipeline and its route.
More than 100 Des Moines residents spent over an hour inside the Grace United Methodist Church on Sunday, supporting those at the Oceti Sakowin camp and celebrating the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' decision to halt pipeline construction.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't grant easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
The Val Air Ballroom, a West Des Moines venue that has hosted concerts, proms and other events for nearly 80 years, is for sale.
Amy and Eric Abrams added an Ankeny location of the Ames-based Duck Worth Wearing consignment store in the fall.
Iowa beef checkoff passes with 56% approval; collection begins March 1
Vilsack wants to remain an advocate for 'farmers, rural America,' offers a few clues about future
Branstad's new role in China could boost Iowa, U.S. economies in critical market
Awards and recognition around the state.
Sebastian Giordano "is a little warrior," a Des Moines friend says.
Protesters in this massive encampment appeared ready Monday to continue their fight against the Dakota Access pipeline.
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault II talks to supporters gathered at the Oceti Sakowin Camp, thanking them for being there with the native people and telling them to learn from what they built there.
Dave Archambault II said the Corps has denied the permit to bore under Lake Oahe, the reservoir behind the Missouri River in North Dakota.