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Iowa Gov. Brown Aosta (Terry E. Branstad)'s car on the highway between April to 90 mile per hour winds, a state police found the car's passengers was governor, and did not stopped this car, but he told insiders said a few days after
Skilled Iowa is a program designed to help fill labor issues facing not only Newton, but the State of Iowa. Iowa Workforce Development Communications Director Kerry Koonce believes that keeping jobs in Iowa is very important. Factory jobs are
Iowa Republicans on Thursday will announce their unified campaign plan for this November's elections, the party announced this afternoon. Republican leaders from across the state will deliver the plan from the party's tent at the Iowa State Fair
Iowa Governor Branstad Calls Reform Efforts A Good Step' Terry Branstad said the version of his reform package that passed this year was a good start, and that he'll continue his education reform agenda next year. The 84th Iowa General Assembly hasn'
Efforts to bolster Iowa's K-12 educational system will continue in the 2013 legislative session, Gov. Terry Branstad told members of the state Board of Education this afternoon. The governor unveiled a 10-year school reform plan last fall.
Newton student Jonathan Ellis and Baxter student Cody Schmitz recently were recognized by Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds for outstanding academic achievement during the 10th annual Governor's Scholar Recognition Ceremony on April 29 at
Air Force to eliminate F-16 aircraft at the Des Moines-based 132nd Fighter Wing of the Iowa Air National Guard, according to a Branstad spokesman. Branstad, who is co-chair of the national Council of Governors, will speak on the proposed Air Force
Gov. Terry Branstad wants the Twitterverse to know Iowa is a great place to do business...U.S. state's economic competitiveness based on several dozen metrics and input from industry groups. As part of the Top States rankings process , states were
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad was briefly hospitalized Wednesday in Los Angeles after choking on food during a ceremony for the re-dedication of the USS Iowa battleship, his spokesman said. Branstad choked on a carrot during the event and vomited,
Gov. Terry Branstad today reaffirmed his resistance to expanding Medicaid, a stance that could rebuff $800 million in annual federal money to cover 150,000 poor Iowans who now have no health insurance. The Republican governor has long raised doubts