07, Mar 2014 - ISU G Bubu Palo mulling hardship waiver
Iowa State senior guard Bubu Palo says he might petition the NCAA for a hardship waiver that would allow him to transfer to another school and play one more season. Palo missed much of 2013-14 after being dismissed from the team following sexual assault charges that were later dropped. Palo was reinstated by a district court judge in January, but he hasn't played this season. Palo says he and ...
07, Mar 2014 - Filing maintains Branstad 'abused powers'
Supporters of the Iowa Juvenile Home told the state Supreme Court Friday that Gov. Terry Branstad 'abused his executive powers' in closing the Toledo facility earlier this year.
07, Mar 2014 - W. Tennis. Herd Sweeps Up A Win
Marshall tennis returned to the court Saturday to face Iowa State in a dual match.
07, Mar 2014 - Register Investigation: Judge orders Juvenile Home to reopen
IOWA JUVENILE HOME: A court order directing the state to reopen the Iowa Juvenile Home has left legislators and the governor's office scrambling to figure out their next move. A judge said that by ordering the home closed, Gov. Terry Branstad chose to 'essentially ignore the law of the state of Iowa.' But the 27-acre campus has been shuttered, its 93 workers laid off and its juvenile clients ...
07, Mar 2014 - Ruling to reopen Juvenile Home called '100 percent win' by supporters
IOWA JUVENILE HOME: A Polk County District Court judge, in an unprecedented move, ruled today against Gov. Terry Branstad and ordered the state of Iowa to reopen the Iowa Juvenile Home. 13 photos: A look inside the Iowa Juvenile Home Previous coverage: Register's investigation at the Iowa Juvenile Home
06, Mar 2014 - Iowa House passes bill expanding strip searches
DES MOINES | Sheriffâ€™s offices were given new authority to conduct strip searches in their jails under legislation that made it through the Iowa House on 93-5 vote Wednesday.
06, Mar 2014 - Unheralded front court key for No. 16 Iowa
Iowa's high-scoring, up-tempo attack has made it tough for its big inside players to get much notice. Still, it has been the consistent efforts of players like Melsahn Basabe, Adam Woodbury and Gabe Olaseni that have made the 16th-ranked Hawkeyes so good. The Hawkeyes (18-6, 7-4 Big Ten) head into Saturday's game at Penn State ranked first in the Big Ten in scoring and second in rebounding ...
06, Mar 2014 - Sunday Basketball Brunch: Is Iowa an NCAA contender or early exiter?
Iowa Hawkeye guard Roy Devyn Marble (4) brings the ball up court against the Iowa Hawkeye the at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Iowa defeated Michigan 85-67. / Steven Branscombe, USA TODAY Sports
06, Mar 2014 - Sioux City, IA Tuesday Morning Headlines
A $2 billion project to send wind-generated power from South Dakota to Chicago and beyond is bringing a Sioux City business on board. Iowa lawmakers have approved legislation that would help veterans transition into life after military service. Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is firing back at U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's call to repeal state laws that regulate voting by convicted felons.
06, Mar 2014 - Will Bubu Palo see the court on Cyclones Senior Day?
IOWA STATE BASKETBALL: Iowa State basketball player Bubu Palo wants to make something perfectly clear: If he doesn't play on Saturday, his Senior Day, do not hold it against coach Fred Hoiberg or anyone else associated with the university. Cyclone Insider: Randy Peterson on ISU's Big 12 tourney seeding Palo talks: New interview with the senior Photos: Bubu Palo from Ames High to ISU
05, Mar 2014 - NW Iowa county may go after unpaid court fines
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Officials in northwest Iowa's Woodbury County are considering creating a collections department to go after nearly $12 million in unpaid court fines. The Sioux City Journal reported Sunday (http://bit.ly/NoSKLG ) that part of the money would go to the county, so improving collections ...
05, Mar 2014 - Cedar Rapids, IA "Career Burglar" Accepts Fate for More Prison Time
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - A Cedar Rapids man, who has been convicted of felony burglary 14 times with his last conviction in December, decided at the last minute to accept the inevitable and stipulated on the record that has two or more felony convictions, and will be sentenced as a habitual offender.
05, Mar 2014 - Iowa House votes to give Sheriffâ€™s departments new authority for strip searches
DES MOINES â€” Sheriffâ€™s departments were given new authority to conduct strip searches in their jails under legislation that made it through the Iowa House on 93-5 vote Wednesday.
05, Mar 2014 - Seniors seek first win in Michigan
Iowaâ€™s three seniors have played five basketball games in the state of Michigan during their four-year tenure. Melsahn Basabe, Devyn Marble, and Zach McCabe are winless when taking on the Michigan or Michigan State when playing at those teamsâ€™ home courts.
05, Mar 2014 - Iowa House expands authority for strip searches
DES MOINESÂ â€”Â Sheriffâ€™s departments were given new authority to conduct strip searches in their jails under legislation that made it through the Iowa House on 93-5 vote Wednesday.
04, Mar 2014 - Burlington, IA Iowa City metro area projected to lead state in growth of economic output
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04, Mar 2014 - State's top court to hear Branstad's arguments on juvenile home lawsuit
IOWA JUVENILE HOME: The Iowa Supreme Court has agreed to hear Gov. Terry Branstad's appeal of a court ruling ordering him to re-open the Iowa Juvenile Home. Register investigation: Years of problems at state-run home 13 photos: A look inside the Iowa Juvenile Home
04, Mar 2014 - Court will hear Juvenile Home arguments
The Iowa Supreme Court has agreed to hear Gov. Terry Branstad's appeal of a court ruling ordering him to reopen the Iowa Juvenile Home.
03, Mar 2014 - Clarion, IA Around Iowa: Man must pay $110,000 for cyberattack
A federal judge sentenced an Iowa man last week to probation and ordered him to pay more than $110,000 in restitution for his involvement in a cyberattack against the Angel Soft bathroom tissue website, according to an FBI news release.
03, Mar 2014 - Waterloo felon sentenced in election case
ELECTION MISCONDUCT: A Waterloo man has pleaded guilty to a felony election misconduct charge and was sentenced to five years in prison. A $750 fine was suspended, according to Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz. Anthony Mario Greer pleaded guilty to first-degree election misconduct, a Class D felony, on Feb. 27. Greer was convicted of registering to vote and voting in the 2012 general ...
03, Mar 2014 - Dateline Iowa: Open records fine will fall to city, judge says
A judge has ruled that current and former members of the Clinton City Council won't individually pay legal fees and a fine expected to total more than $40,000 in connection with an open-records lawsuit.
03, Mar 2014 - State takes nursing home owner to court
An Iowa nursing home owner who allegedly owes the state more than $400,000 in Medicaid overpayments, unpaid fines and unpaid taxes continues to do business despite numerous allegations of poor resident care and improper billing.
25, Feb 2012 - Branstad: Iowa to showcase stateâ€™s best to Chinese dignitaries - Sioux City Journal
DES MOINES -- Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday that ... All 150 Iowa legislators as well as Iowa Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, top state elected leaders and selected Iowa department directors and business leaders are invited. Also planned is a tour ...
19, Nov 2011 - Republican 2012 Candidates Court Iowa Voters at Religious Forum - FOX News
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman also planned to skip the event. He, too, has a mixed record on social issues, has avoided campaigning in Iowa and is focusing his early-state campaign on New Hampshire, home of the leadoff primary.