Six Tornadoes Confirmed In Northeast Iowa Saturday [PHOTOS]
Severe thunderstorms that rolled across northeast Iowa Saturday spawned at least six tornadoes, five of which caused damage in rural areas of four counties.
Coronavirus Cases Climb To 145 In Iowa
State public health officials announced 21 new cases Wednesday morning.
COVID-19 Cases Increase To 124 In Iowa
Black Hawk and Tama counties each have their fourth case, and Buchanan County has its first.
10 Years Ago: UNI Records Biggest Win In Program History [VIDEO]
This is the 10th anniversary of UNI's memorable upset of overall No. 1 seeded-Kansas in the second-round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.
Iowa Extending Income Tax Withholding Deposit Due Date
Iowans who owe the State of Iowa money are getting more time to pay their taxes.
COVID-19 Cases Increase To 38 In Iowa
Six additional positive cases of Iowans with COVID-19 have been confirmed by state health officials, including the first in Winneshiek County.
Woman, Man Charged In Botched Waterloo Armored Car Robbery
Authorities have charged two more people in connection with the attempted robbery of an armored vehicle outside a Waterloo bank, a crime that left one man dead.
Eastern Iowa Bank Robbery UPDATE: One Suspect Dead, Another In Custody
A suspect shot during the attempted robbery of an armored truck outside the bank Wednesday morning has died and a second suspect is in police custody.
Oelwein Firefighter Charged With Indecent Exposure
The man, a former Oelwein city council member, is accused of twice exposing himself to an employee at a mobile sweet corn stand in Independence.
UNI To Sell Beer At Football, Men’s Basketball Games
The University of Northern Iowa plans to sell beer at some athletic events for the first time, starting with Saturday's football game against Southern Utah.