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    Healthiest State Walks Planned for Wednesday

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Monday Iowa gets set to celebrate its health. Monday morning Gov. Terry Branstad will declare October 7th Healthiest State Walk Day. It’s all in anticipation of Wednesday’s walks. They’re scheduled across the state. Eventually he hopes high schools in all of Iowa’s 99 counties will walk to celebrate the day. To find out how you can participate in a Healthiest State Walk in your area Wednesday click here.

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    John Deere Union Workers Accept New Six-Year Contract

    DES MOINES, Iowa — John Deere union workers and their families are resting easy after a tense week of negotiations and voting came to a peaceful end. A contract agreement is now in place that avoids a strike between John Deere and the United Auto Workers. Sunday the union voted to accept a new agreement. The new deal will last six years and goes into effect starting Monday. Union workers had previously threatened to go on strike if a deal […]

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    Biotech Showcase Wants Startup Innovators

    Starting October, applications are open for companies to get into a biotech innovation showcase, hosted by the Iowa Biotechnology Association. Local Iowa businesses can connect to national innovators and investors, as well as showcase Iowa’s importance in biotechnology. Joe Hrdlicka is Executive Director, he says anyone working on biotechnology looking to start up a company can apply, “The goal of the event is to connect ag tech innovators with investment opportunities. We’re also opening it up to med tech innovators […]

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    What’s Bugging Andy: Traveling on Allegiant Air

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    Employees Inside Des Moines Sprint Store Robbed

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Employees of a Sprint store were robbed on Sunday, and one of the employees suffered a seizure, police say. Two males and one female robbed the employees at the store located at 521 East 14th Street. The robbers were wearing bandannas and took off with two personal cell phones that belonged to employees, according to police. The robbery remains under investigation and police are looking at surveillance video from inside the store.

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    4-year-old Coralville Boy Killed in ATV Accident

    MUSCATINE, Iowa — A 4-year-old boy from Coralville died on Saturday after losing control of an ATV he was driving, according to the Iowa State Patrol. The incident happened in the 1900 block of Keokuk Avenue around 11:15 a.m. According to the crash report, Lukas Thompson hit uneven ground and rolled over. He later died in the hospital. Authorities are still investigating the crash.

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    One Person Killed in Des Moines Car Crash

    DES MOINES, Iowa – The driver of a vehicle that crashed on Hickman Road Saturday was killed. According to the Des Moines Police Department, authorities arrived on the scene of a single-vehicle crash involving a sedan that struck a utility pole at approximately 1 p.m. The driver, 74-year-old Carl D. Cunningham of Des Moines, was traveling eastbound on Hickman Road, before he crossed the westbound traffic lanes and hit the pole on the north side of the road. Cunningham died at […]

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    Iowa State Pummels Kansas 38-13

    AMES, Iowa — Iowa State entered Saturday as a heavy favorite over Kansas. The Cyclones backed it up by rolling over the Jayhawks 38-13 at Jack Trice Stadium. The last time Iowa State won their conference opener was in 2002, against Kansas. After a slow start the Cyclones scored 14 second quarter points. Sam Richardson scored on a 4-yard touchdown run, and followed that up with 9-yard touchdown pass to Allen Lazard, 17-0 at the half. ISU continued to pour […]

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    THE INSIDERS: October 4th Edition, Part 1 – David Yepsen

    This is a special edition of The Insiders as we get a look inside the The First In The Nation exhibit here at the State Historical Museum in downtown Des Moines.  The exhibit celebrates, explains and helps everyone remember the most significant happenings of Iowa’s First in the Nation Caucus experiences. David Yepsen lived those experiences for decades as the political columnist for the Des Moines Register.  These days, he is the Director of the Paul Simon Policy Institute at […]

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    THE INSIDERS: October 4th Edition, Part 2 – Steffen Schmidt

    David Letterman has his famous Top Ten List.  But he has now retired that List. Iowa State Political Scientist Dr. Steffen Schmidt has his own Top Ten List.  His list is a little controversial, especially in Iowa.  He lists the reasons why Iowa’s days as the First in the National Caucus may be over by 2020.  Find out what’s in his list, and his arguments to support his claim.   For part 3, click here.

  • THE INSIDERS: October 4th Edition, Part 3

    What is the issue everyone should be watching during this Presidential cycle?  And how two Iowans from different parties are getting involved in their own way.   For part 4, click here.

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    THE INSIDERS: October 4th Edition, Part 4 – First In The Nation Caucus Exhibit

    We get a sneak preview of the “First In The Nation Caucus” exhibit at the State Historical Museum. For part 5, click here.


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