Springfield will soon have a bit of recent Hollywood history on display.
The McDonough County clerk is asking the city to no longer hold a primary in February of odd-numbered years.
Most of Iowa, including the southeast part of the state, is still recovering from the effects of last year’s drought.
The race for the mayor’s office in Keokuk features a pair of candidates who say they have what it takes to lead the city for the next two years.
The rolling plains of Midwest farm country are being tapped for their natural resources again. This time, though, the bounty would be wind energy, instead of corn, wheat or soybeans.
The Iowa Department of Corrections is confident that staffing levels will not be an issue at the new Iowa State Penitentiary.
Bob Morawitz is seeking the 2nd ward seat on the Fort Madison City Council, in part, because he wants to protect the city's history.
Some Galesburg businesses could have a new market for their products, one that’s six thousand miles away.
The audience will be right on top of the actors for the Starry Night Repertory Theatre’s production of Molly Sweeney.
Jazz biographer Gary Carner said he did not choose to focus on baritone saxophone player Pepper Adams so much as Adams chose him.