Republicans Wants To Go After Birthright Citizenship

Among the different debates that Democrats in Congress have against Republicans, one that currently stands out is the immigrants’ subject, on which democrats regularly accuse the GOP of going after them. On Wednesday, House Republicans started a hearing on whether the United States should still permitting the rule of granting the citizenship to any children […]

UNI’s Panther Pick Up Project to Take Place on May 7-8

The University of Northern Iowa has announced to host its seventh annual Panther Pick Up on May 7-8. It is an old stuff collecting project that aims at helping both the environment and community. Some students throw their old stuff and unwanted household items, among which usable items will be accepted at pick-up sites on […]

Walleye Fishing Season to Begin on May 2

The 139th walleye fishing season will start formally on May 2 at Spirit Lake, East and West Okoboji lakes. This weekend, weather is likely to be beautiful though lake conditions would remain a bit challenging, according to the Department of Natural Resources. “The lakes are very cool and clear this spring,” fisheries biologist Mike Hawkins […]

Avian Influenza Not Behind Waterfowl Deaths on Upper Mississippi River

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have announced that they are looking into the causes of recent death for American coot and lesser scaup on the Upper Mississippi River. However, avian influenza was not suspected in hundreds of waterfowl deaths, officials said. The causes behind the deaths will be confirmed after getting the test result […]

Pedestrian Fatality Campaign to Be Announced in Sioux City

The Iowa Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau (GTSB), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the city of Sioux City are jointly going to start pedestrian fatality campaign  in Sioux City. To kick off the campaign, a press conference will take place in Davicheck Hall at the Sioux City Police […]

Cruz Names Schultz Iowa Campaign Chair

Today, Texas Senator Ted Cruz has announced he has named former Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz as his Presidential campaign’s Iowa State Chairman.  They also named a team of 23 co-chairs. The Cruz Iowa Leadership Team: Matt Schultz, Chair, Truro Marlin and Becky Bontrager, Kalona State Senator Jake Chapman, Adel Pastor Bradley Cranston, Burlington Vicki […]

Iowa Hemp Freedom Rally To Be Held On Saturday

On Saturday, March 2, 2015, the Terry Mitchell Memorial Iowa Medical Marijuana March will begin at 11:30 AM where supporters will meet at Des Moines City Hall (400 Robert Ray Dr.), then proceed East on Locust to the state capitol. The organizes say that “cannabis friendly signs are welcome along with any crazy costume you choose […]

Latest Iowa Poll: Walker and Clinton Lead Iowa

A new Public Policy poll has Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker leading the Republican field by 10% in Iowa and Hillary Clinton leading Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who is expected to announce a run against Clinton on Thursday, 62% to 14%. Scott Walker was at 23% followed by Florida Senator Marco Rubio at 13%, Former Florida Governor […]