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ISU researcher says Title IX has had impact beyond sports

ISU researcher says Title IX has had impact beyond sports

Women's sports are reaching new heights in popularity and revenue. An Iowa State University researcher credits Title IX, the 1972 federal law that bans discrimination based on sex in education programs and activities, for not only increasing interest in women's...

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Iowa Senator Ernst warns of potential gunpowder shortage

Iowa Senator Ernst warns of potential gunpowder shortage

Manufacturers say it's becoming difficult to find the components for smokeless gunpowder. Iowa Senator Joni Ernst, a Republican from Red Oak, says the Biden Administration should conduct an inventory of the gunpowder supply. "Supply chain is always a concern,...

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Iowa veteran encourages others to seek out help

Iowa veteran encourages others to seek out help

A decorated Vietnam Veteran from a small town in Iowa wrote a book about his experiences there and urges veterans to seek help in dealing with their issues. Keith Luchtel says one of the worst experiences was a bombing mission he opted out of so he could get married....

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Tiny tick bite can lead to months of health troubles

Tiny tick bite can lead to months of health troubles

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer, and an expert says Iowans who've been spending any time enjoying the outdoors need to be on-guard for ticks. Dr. Greg DeMuri, an infectious disease physician, says you can cut your chances of catching Lyme...

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Over 100 Iowa cities and towns have a municipal band

Over 100 Iowa cities and towns have a municipal band

Dozens of community and municipal bands in Iowa have already kicked off the outdoor season and one of the state's most famous city bands is performing today. Dale Schoening is a trombonist with experience. "Currently I play in the Boone Municipal Band. I've been in...

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Man found guilty of murdering Nashua man in 2012

Man found guilty of murdering Nashua man in 2012

A north Iowa man has been found guilty of murdering a retired grocer more than a decade after the crime. A Chickasaw County jury has found 51-year-old Randy Patrie guilty of killing 70-year-old Carl Gallmeyer of Nashua in September of 2012. Patrie was the primary...

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Iowa law officers are on the roads in force for the holiday

Iowa law officers are on the roads in force for the holiday

Memorial Day weekend is predicted to be one of the busiest travel holidays in many years, and law enforcement is already putting a stronger presence on Iowa’s roads. State trooper Paul Gardner, who’s based in Fort Dodge, says drivers need to keep their cool and use...

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