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Pfizer plans to submit new data to the Food and Drug Administration this week, bringing families with young children one step closer to a long-awaited vaccine.
Western Iowa university students took to restoring one of the nation’s largest urban prairies back to its natural state.
State legislatures around the country have been trying to prevent transgender girls and women from competing with their peers. How that's playing out in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska depends on politics and people.
The Democratic candidates in the U.S. Senate primary met for another debate Thursday night, where they discussed issues ranging from abortion to student loan debt.
The Iowa Department of Ag has released three poultry sites from quarantine restrictions related to bird flu.
Scott County supervisor candidates will participate in a bilingual forum for the first time this weekend in Davenport. Organizers said it’s part of a larger effort to keep Spanish-speakers informed during election season.