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Country Thunder Iowa announces lineup for first annual event


In this Nov. 10, 2019 photo provided by the World Food Prize Foundation, Barbara Stinson is pictured at the World Food Prize Foundation headquarters in Des Moines, Iowa. The World Food Prize Foundation announced Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019 that she has been named president of the organization founded by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Norman Borlaug, who created the award to recognize scientists and others who have improved the quality and availability of food. (World Food Prize Foundation via AP)

Leader of food security nonprofits to head World Food Prize


Safety violations found after attacks at Iowa psych hospital

Iowa Greyhound Park bets rise again, but future still dicey

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Sanders holds green jobs town hall in Charles City
Sanders in Charles City for a green jobs town hall
Iowa man, 18, gets 100-year sentence for 8-month-old's death
Post Consumer Brands celebrates milestones by donating to local charities
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Clear Lake firefighters say farmer lost tractor worth $75,000 in fire

Iowa law enforcement warns residents of phone scam

Iowa man accused of tearing down, burning LGBTQ flag

Court: Iowa college can't count value of Grant Wood panels

Austin nonprofit grant money will help Latino families

Harris campaigns opens office ahead of town hall

Union: Deal reached for General Mills plant in Cedar Rapids

Court rules against life inmate who says he died already

Dairy farmers react to two AMPI plants closing

UNI president taking steps to address racism concerns

Man with felony convictions pleads guilty to voting charge

Documentary producer Opioid epidemic (part 2)
Documentary producer Opioid epidemic (part 1)
Harmony looking to raise funds for splash pad
DMC Board reflects on 2019, and looks forward

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People magazine names John Legend as 2019 Sexiest Man Alive
USC campus left shaken by 9 student deaths since August
Man locked up 11 years for robberies he didn't do walks free
US attorney general says feds will focus on high-crime areas
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