The best way to describe Matthew Rooda's invention might be a cross between a shock collar for dogs and a fitness tracker for people.
Retail fireworks such as firecrackers and bottle rockets could legally be sold and used by Iowans under the legislation
For 41 years, stylist Robin Hyland has been creating new looks for people of all ages. The artistic angle of being a stylist is what has appealed to her all these years.
Judge clears way for UnityPoint to buy Marshalltown hospital, four clinics, which staggered into bankruptcy last year.
Gov. Terry Branstad says he is a "team player" and will continue to work with Congressman Steve King
A federal judge has dismissed Des Moines Water Works' lawsuit against drainage districts in three northern Iowa counties it claimed was funneling high levels of nitrates into the Des Moines River, a source of drinking water for 5central Iowa resident
In the days following U.S. Rep Steve King's recent controversial comments, the Iowa Tourism office responded to an increased number of phone calls and emails from potential tourists, officials said Friday.
The developers of dueling skyscraper proposals in downtown Des Moines are about to clash head-on.
Awards and recognition around the state.
Don Krueger owned Amoco and BP stations throughout the metro area during his 49 years in business.
The legislation would keep Iowa's statewide minimum wage at $7.25 an hour
Pleasant Hill artist Danielle Johnson was surprised and intrigued when a representative from Younkers contacted her about selling her slate drink coasters in several of the retailer's department stores.
The fate of competing tower proposals in downtown Des Moines now rests with the Des Moines City Council.
There’s no need to waste your energy exacting revenge. Rude people always get what’s coming to them.
Proposed Trump cuts hit rural Iowa towns, poor families hardest, critics say
A look at futures prices on commodities that impact the Des Moines metro area and greater Iowa.
J.C. Penney on Friday released a list of 138 department stores it plans to close as part of a previously announced plan to shrink its footprint as it grapples with industry challenges.
Mercy Medical Center has decided against imploding several concrete apartment buildings north of downtown Des Moines.
The Animal Rescue League of Iowa received a $10,000 grant from the Petfinder Foundation. This grant allows the ARL to purchase new cat condos for the cat adoption area at 5452 N.E.
New Polk County property assessments — arriving soon in homeowner's mailboxes — likely will show the biggest jump in home values since the recession.
Matthew Rooda, a senior at the University of Iowa, describes a new technology SwineTech, and how it helps protect piglets from getting crushed by a sow and how he got the idea for his product.
The legislation was prompted by complaints by the Iowa ACLU regarding security cameras at the Iowa City Public Library
Iowa homeowners would have less time to file lawsuits over hidden defects under a bill approved Tuesday.
Iowa State University President Steven Leath will become president of Auburn University in Alabama, the university announced Monday morning.
Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar has announced it will close its plant in northeastern Iowa by the end of the year, costing the town of Elkader 75 jobs.
Critics say Alliant solar plan will block adoption, but utility says it seeks to expand access
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan said the company could need several more months to resolve customer damage tied to its massive sales practices scandal
The deadline to nominate an employer for Iowa’s Top Workplaces is fast approaching.
Records from the National Council on Compensation Insurance, which sets workers' compensation insurance premiums for Iowa and many other states, show no large increases in premium costs, claims or medical costs associated with workplace injuries.
The lawsuit contends that the Corps unconstitutionally deprived plaintiffs of their land.