The FDA has asked companies to stop using antibiotics in feed for livestock. More>>
Pacific Coast Feather has chosen not to rebuild in Wayne, NE. More>>
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The Corn Palace is part of Mitchell's Historic Commercial District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. That prompted the state office's review of the plan. More>>
No one knows stress better than college students. At least right now. Many colleges, including Morningside in Sioux City are in the middle of finals week. More>>
Iowa sought a waiver enabling the state to receive more federal Medicaid money for the proposed Iowa Health and Wellness Plan. More>>
The town of Wayne, NE was hit by a second round of tragedy on Thursday, after a major employer announced they won't be rebuilding their production plant following a tornado that hit the town in October. More>>
Omaha native Alexander Payne's movie "Nebraska" receives five nominations, including best comedy, director and actor.
Storm Lake Police have cleared an investigation into the illegal purchase of prescription drugs with intent to sell them on the street by charging a suspect with over 50 charges in connection with the allegations. More>>
Remsen Police have arrested someone in connection with the bomb threat made at Remsen Union High School on December 2nd. More>>
A bogus business is setting up shop in Central Arkansas, scamming people into fake jobs.
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The "stress relief" program, now in it's 13th year targets first-year students. Organizers say something as simple as petting a dog can helps give the students a break. More>>
Students at Gehlen Catholic in LeMars got an eye opening lesson Wednesday from the Iowa State Patrol. Students were behind the wheel of a state of the art simulator to experience driving in hazardous conditions. More>>
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