Members of UAW Local 281 have been complying with a judge's temporary injunction related to picketing at Deere's Davenport Works, union leadership is assuring the court.
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SOUTH SIOUX CITY -- Mayor Rod Koch on Monday announced Terry Johnson has been named the city's new Fire Chief.
The Iowa harvest continues ahead of normal with 60 percent of Iowa’s corn and 83 percent of soybeans harvested despite rainfall last week, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Striking UAW workers say a judge’s order that is limiting their picketing activities outside a Davenport plant was issued improperly, and they want the temporary injunction vacated immediately.
DES MOINES — With booster shots for all three COVID-19 vaccines all approved by federal regulators, the state’s public health department has issued guidance for Iowans who want to receive one of the boosters.
SIOUX FALLS — Committees in the South Dakota House and Senate approved different legislative district maps on Monday, showing a schism among Republicans who lead each chamber over how to draw the political boundaries the state will use for the next decade.
SPENCER, Iowa -- A Spencer business owner has been placed on probation and ordered to pay a penalty and restitution for failing to pay thousands of dollars in state sales taxes.
ROYAL, Iowa -- A Spencer, Iowa, man was arrested Sunday and charged with stabbing a Royal woman numerous times.
SIOUX CITY -- A Sioux City man has been charged with second-degree robbery following a Friday afternoon incident at the K and K Quick Corner convenience store.
SIOUX CITY -- The Sioux City Council approved a change order to the contract with a local construction company Monday for the Chris Larsen Park Riverfront Development Project, after the city received a $1 million contribution from an unnamed donor.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Retired Admiral Michael Franken thinks Iowans are looking for a U.S. senator with a sense of “inventiveness” to turn progressive goals into policies that span myriad issues facing the nation, including the political divide that makes taking action seemingly impossible.
SIOUX CITY -- A proposal to change the zoning of a red tagged northside property, which a proprietor plans to reopen as a gas station and convenience store, passed its first reading Monday.
Toufic Baaklini, who resigned on Sunday, had served as president and a board member for several years for In Defense of Christians, an organization that fights persecution of Christians.