A split Iowa Supreme Court is upholding a new Republican-backed law that will bar county elections commissioners from mailing absentee ballots this week to thousands of people who omitted information on their applications.
Low-income residents who qualify for expanded Medicaid coverage in Nebraska will have to work, volunteer, take classes, or get job training if they want access to certain health-care services starting in 2022.
A Monticello man who forged the signatures of a Cedar Rapids utility company’s customers as part of a $300,000 light bulb rebate form fraud scheme was sentenced today to nearly two years in federal prison.
What should have taken only days has now dragged a family’s sorrow on for neally a week. Little 2-year-old Ellie died last week when a car struck her. Now her family is speaking up to help Iowans in their shoes.