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I went to university in Edinburgh, Scotland and London, England. I joined WHO in November, 2012 after a year teaching in South Korea, Jindo Style!

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  • Ames, Iowa City Ranked Top College Towns in Nation

    AMES, Iowa – The home of two of Iowa’s public universities have been ranked highly in a study of best college towns. The American Institute for Economic Research ranked Ames second and Iowa City the fourth best college towns in the nation. The study praised Ames’ level of student diversity and unemployment rate. “While agricultural studies are popular at Iowa State University, it’s not the only game in town. Majors include everything from aerospace engineering to women’s studies, and the […]

  • Missing ACT Answer Sheets Located

    JOHNSTON, Iowa — ACT answer sheets that were thought to be missing have been located, Johnston school officials said Wednesday. Nearly 200 high school students were told they would need to retake their college entrance exams after it was revealed their tests were never scored. The students took the ACT at Johnston High School on December 13, but school officials said their tests were lost in the mail on the way to Iowa City. “There are major implications when it […]

  • Sports Columnist Bryce Miller Spends Three Minutes in the Chair

    DES MOINES, Iowa — As a reporter and columnist, Bryce Miller has covered six Olympic games. He wrote poignant profiles of local amateurs and current and future hall-of-fame athletes. But Miller published his last column Sunday. “After 23 years at the same company, a lot of those years at the Des Moines Register, it does feel different than I thought it would be to end it,” Miller said while spending Three Minutes in the Chair. Miller chose to leave the […]

  • PHOTO GALLERY: Your Winter Storm Pictures

  • Photo Gallery: Iowa Freedom Summit

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Rep. Steve King hosted the Iowa Freedom Summit Saturday offering a glimpse into the race for the White House in 2016. At least eight Republicans who have signaled an interest in running spoke including Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. Rick Santorum, Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Rick Perry. Sarah Palin and Donald Trump were also among the 28-odd speakers who made an appearance.

  • 300 Face Layoffs at Ankeny John Deere Plant

    ANKENY, Iowa – About 300 John Deere employees in Ankeny are set to be laid off. The company made the announcement Friday morning as part of a move to relieve 900 employees of their duties from plants in Iowa and Illinois. It’s on top of the 110 layoffs that were made in September at the Ankeny plant. Deere & Company officials said the layoffs “reflect the economic forecast… as the company continues to align the size of its manufacturing workforce […]

  • Des Moines Store Fined $50K for Selling Synthetic Drugs

    DES MOINES, Iowa – A Des Moines store has been barred from selling synthetic marijuana and the owners have been ordered to pay a $50,000 penalty by a Polk County judge. Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller made the announcement Thursday. The case stems from a first-of-its-kind lawsuit. Shop N Save, owned by Sarbpreet Singh and Sandeep Kaur located at 4685 NW 2nd Street, was accused of violating the Iowa Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act and the Iowa Consumer Fraud Act. […]

  • Manhunt Underway After ATM Burglary, Police Pursuit

    CLIVE, Iowa — Police are investigating a burglary that led to an hour long police chase overnight. The incident started in Clive at Seven Flags Event Center at about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. A suspect broke into the side door and was able to bring a truck inside the building. He then rammed two ATMs. An officer responding to an unrelated call heard noises coming from the building and went to investigate. The officer was outside of his car when the […]

  • Governor Branstad Sworn in for Historic Sixth Term

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Governor Terry Branstad was sworn in for a historic sixth term Friday morning. During his inaugural speech Friday, Branstad reflected on the accomplishments of his previous term. “We balanced our budget and we got our fiscal house in order. Today, our rainy day funds are again full and we operate on a two-year budget with five-year projections ensuring stability and predictability for Iowa taxpayers.” The ceremony was held inside the Community Choice Credit Union’s Ballroom and will […]

  • Photo Gallery: Gov. Branstad’s Historic 6th Inauguration

  • Monica Vernon Announces 2016 Congressional Run

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – Just 12 days after Republican Rod Blum took office in Washington D.C., Monica Vernon has announced she will run in an attempt to take his 1st Congressional District seat in 2016. Vernon announced her candidacy Thursday morning. The Cedar Rapids council member rose to prominence in 2014 when Jack Hatch named her as his running mate on the Democratic ticket for Iowa governor. They lost the race to Governor Branstad and Lt. Gov. Reynolds by 21 […]

  • Two Doused with Gas and Set on Fire, Marshalltown Man Arrested

    MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — A Marshalltown man is behind bars accused of intentionally setting his girlfriend and her mother on fire overnight. At about 1 a.m. Wednesday, police were called to 106 N 4th Street on a report of a domestic disturbance. While officers were on the way, a second call came in of a fire at the same address. When they got there, officers saw a woman running from the house with her clothes on fire. Police say the woman […]