Congresswoman Cindy Axne, Iowa House Minority Leader Todd Prichard and Iowa Senate Minority Leader Zach Wahls recently sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General requesting an independent investigation.
After 43 of Iowa’s 99 counties this week declined additional shipments of shots because of less consumer demand, Reynolds on Wednesday promoted vaccinations and said the state is concentrating efforts on trusted community leaders to help convince resistant Iowans to get the shots.
A judge has ruled that former Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad does not have to testify in a long-running lawsuit brought by an investigator who was fired in 2013 shortly after filing a complaint about Branstad’s state vehicle speeding.
Officials say Michael Thomas Lang, 41, of Grundy Center, was released from University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics on Wednesday and transported by law enforcement to the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office, where he made his initial appearance.
Ottumwa's City Council reviews the last year of COVID, approves a bridge inspection, a grant for the historic 131 East Main Street, and Mayor Lazio talks about the benefits of the American Rescue Plan for Ottumwa.
The Iowa General Assembly was cited for a handful of violations of workplace safety rules, along with issues with the legislature’s COVID-19-related precautions that were identified by inspectors but not listed as a violation of state law.