"Vaccine passports create different classes of citizens," Idaho Governor Brad Little, a Republican, said after issuing an executive order banning the so-called passports on Wednesday.
The state of Iowa will pay $225,000 to a man who was injured when a state trooper knocked him over and put his knee on his neck during a 2017 traffic stop, according to documents released Monday.
Three of the five students were rescued from the water and treated after Sunday's accident at a lake.
Phillips joins House Republicans in rallying against a challenge of a House race in Iowa's 2nd District.
Texas, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts are among the states where restrictions were eased this month.
Even with President Donald Trump out of office, some state GOP bodies are clinging to his baseless electoral fraud claims.
State wildlife veterinarian Rachel Ruden urged people to take precautions when near sick or dead birds "as the cause of this event is yet unknown."
Senator Ted Cruz's trip to Cancun amid Texas' state of emergency was critiqued by a new billboard in Iowa, which also praised a local restaurant owner's mission to provide meals for Texans.
Vaccinations are currently offered at select Hy-Vee locations in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Armstrong, Iowa's police chief, mayor and city clerk were indicted Friday on 21 charges, including the allegation that a Taser was used against a civilian in exchange for money.
Pharmacy chain Thrifty White has started offering in-store vaccinations across stores in parts of the Midwest.
In October 2018, Rachel Manna shared the information with people on Facebook, who then posted the info on a page designed to reveal the identities of "snitches" in the Des Moines area.
A mask mandate is in place in Iowa but does not apply to "any person in space under the control of the Legislative or Judicial Branches," according to the order.
Democrat Rep. Amy Nielsen revealed two fresh diagnoses linked to the statehouse in an email to lawmakers.
The approval passed with a 55-44 vote in the Republican-controlled chamber on Wednesday night after more than two hours of debate.
Military veteran Michael McKinney, 25, is behind bars for wounding a 15-year-old when he fired his gun into a car carrying four Black teen girls caught in a confrontation with a group of Trump supporters.
A number of Republicans in Arizona, Pennsylvania, Florida and Iowa changed their party registrations in the days following last week's storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Disabled residents in Glenwood Resource Center in Iowa were subjected to poor medical care and harmful experiments.
Steven Pearl was discovered injured on the ground after he was struck by a vehicle on Sunday.
The GOP senator from Iowa received the COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday despite saying earlier she was "so skeptical" of the coronavirus mortality rate and suggesting health-care workers were faking the number of COVID deaths.
Mark Bishop coughed on an officer while his house was being searched by the Waukee Police Department. Earlier, Bishop had told the officer that he had COVID.
The meatpacking company announced an investigation last month after a wrongful death lawsuit accused employees of betting on the spread of COVID-19 at a plant in Waterloo, Iowa.
The funds will be used to pay salaries for roughly 550 state officers whose duties may not have been affected much by the pandemic.
"Our goal as a congregation is to give people a good start on 2021," said Reverend Minna Bothwell of the Capitol Hill Lutheran Church in Des Moines, Iowa.
Republicans now have a majority in both houses of 31 state legislatures and hold the state senate in Minnesota.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem continues to resist widespread public calls for increased mitigation protocols—despite skyrocketing COVID-19 cases reported throughout the state.
Meriah Carlyle, 21, was airlifted to hospital after being shot by her 2-year-old son at their home in Dyersville on November 4.
Filed by the son of a Tyson Foods employee who died due to coronavirus, the lawsuit alleges that supervisors participated in a "betting pool" over which employees would test positive for COVID-19.