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  • Bush says Obama’s climate action plan could hurt economy
    Republican candidate Jeb Bush today said he’s not sure if he were president today that he would have attended the global gathering in Paris to discuss climate change. According to Bush, some of President Obama’s ideas for addressing climate change would “hurt our economy” and Bush said there’s no universal agreement that human activity is what’s causing […]

  • Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee visited a biorefinery in Corning today to highlight his support of the Renewable Fuels Standard — and his criticism of the Obama Administration’s decision to scale back ethanol production levels. “The government says they’re going to implement standards, implement a plan. They need to stick with it not only because […]

  • Leaders say state universities are ‘on fire’ and ‘at a tipping point’
    The leaders of the three state universities are asking the governor to set aside more state tax dollars for the schools, not for new buildings, but for new faculty and support for general operations. Bruce Rastetter is the chairman of the Board of Regents, the nine-member panel that governs the University of Iowa, Iowa State […]

  • Des Moines police look for man following double murder
    Police are looking for a man in connection with a double homicide in Des Moines. Police are calling 39-year-old Michael Wanchanic as a “person of interest” in the case. The victims, 36-year-old Bryon Howard and 31-year-old Heather Belieu, were found dead inside a home on Des Moines’ west side Monday afternoon. Police are not saying […]

  • Iowa Business Council 4th quarter survey stabilizes
    The quarterly survey of the leaders of the state’s largest businesses shows a brighter outlook for the next six months. Iowa Business Council executive director, Elliott Smith says the three indicators from the survey were better than the last quarter. “Sales moved up slightly from the third quarter, capital spending remained steady, and employment dropped […]

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