William A. "Bill" Krause, founder of the Kum & Go convenience store chain, died this morning at his home in West Des Moines. Krause was 78. More>>
The Des Moines school district has approved the purchase of 182 additional security cameras. More>>
Two attacks by a hacker forced the city of Waukee to briefly shut down its website. More>>
Iowa boaters will need to follow new laws designed to protect the state's lakes and rivers from non-native aquatic species. More>>
This week is Iowa Drowning Prevention Week.
By putting more money in Iowa's general fund, that could mean more money in your pocket. More>>
A 13-year-old boy allegedly led police on a car chase in Ankeny Sunday night. Police say the boy was drunk at the time of the chase. More>>
The NSA leaks showed us that the government can easily access our online information, but when it comes down to it, private companies may be holding the real jackpot. More>>
Kids from Altoona and all over the world were looking to set a new record for the world's largest swimming lesson.
Gov. Terry Branstad has picked an interim director for the Iowa Department of Education. More>>
Authorities say they still don't know what caused a small explosion at a northeast Iowa factory that injured three workers. More>>
Sen. Tom Harkin says the Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded nearly $24 million for renovations at the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown. More>>
Months after customers blasted the company for skyrocketing rates, Iowa's dominant health insurer says it will limit premium increases in 2014 to less than six percent for individual and small business policyholders. More>>
An Oskaloosa man has pleaded not guilty in the death of a 7-week-old baby. More>>