More than 100 people gathered in rallies across Iowa and Michigan on Saturday to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Some states have shifted from daily to weekly reporting of coronavirus case data, preventing communities from tracking outbreaks and deaths in real-time.
The man, Keegan Casteel, has been charged with two felony counts of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.
James "Jim," Wold 94, and Wanda Wold, 96, died in the room they shared at the Concord Care Center in Garner, Iowa, on July 20.
"It was not okay, and it will not be happening again," the racetrack said, adding "we can and will do better."
Iowa educator Patrick Kearney talked with Newsweek about Carlson's idea, which he called "Orwellian," but said it could show the world the incredible things that occur in classrooms.
Two witnesses came forward recently, independent of each other, to back up the defendant's statement.
A raft on the Adventureland Raging River ride reportedly overturned, sending six passengers into the water.
"This partisan lawsuit was nothing short of an attempt to tarnish Gov. Branstad's character and reputation," said Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig.
Six justices appointed by Republican governors said the state had cause for concern in allowing an abortion provider to teach sex education.
A record 353 people died from gunshot wounds in Iowa last year, including both homicides and suicides, an Iowa Department of Public Health spokeswoman said.
While Kinzinger has become a vocal opponent of Trump's election fraud claims, 90.2 percent of Kinzinger's votes have aligned with Trump's policy positions.
Robert Golwitzer Jr. allegedly called and threatened a McDonald's in Ankeny, Iowa, on Saturday around 5:20 p.m. after realizing that his order was incorrect.
A Chicago man robbed a gas station in Iowa, prosecutors say he shot a deputy sheriff and put the employees inside a cooler.
Just barely over one-half of Republican Iowa voters (51 percent) said they would re-elect the GOP senator.
Lindsy Maves, 28, is facing decades in prison.
According to a press release from the Cedar Rapids Police Department, the incident occurred on Tuesday at around 8:23 p.m. local time when police were dispatched to a residence at 4414 Oak Leaf Court NE, following reports of a possible shooting.
The law would make Nevada the first to vote in the 2024 presidential primaries but the change needs to be agreed upon by the national political parties. "Nevada represents a diverse constituency that presidential candidates need to talk to," said Nevada's Speaker of the House Jason Frierson.
The Sioux Police Department has estimated that 53-year-old Lee Bowman caused $3,000 worth of damage with the blaze.
The suspect has been charged with numerous offenses dating back years.
Some 47 railcars fell off the track on Sunday, causing a fire. There were no reports of injuries.
"I don't believe that this is voter suppression; I believe it is voter enhancement," said Texas Republican Briscoe Cain, who authored the bill.
"While their fear was real," said the ARL Animal Services rescue team, "the alligator, it turns out, was not."
The state Department of Public Health said that 88 of the 99 Iowa counties said they do not need all of their weekly vaccines allocated to them.
Iowa man and QAnon believer charged with threatening Governor Kim Reynolds by leaving a voicemail that said she should be "hung for treason" and "you need to be put in front of a firing squad" says he was exercising his right to free speech.
"These voters will remain inactive until they return the mailing, update their registration or participate in any election," the Iowa secretary of state's office said.
A new poll of the 2024 Iowa Democratic caucuses shows voters who identify themselves as progressives choosing Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) the least out of all named candidates.
Overall, nearly half of Iowa's counties are refusing extra doses of the vaccine as demand dwindles across the state.
"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.