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Iowa part of national lawsuit against phony cancer charities

Category: State News

(Radio Iowa) - May 19, 2015 By Radio Iowa Contributor All 50 states are part of a federal lawsuit against four phony cancer charities. Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller discussed the case with reporters in his office today and said the operators are accused of scamming donors out of millions of dollars over several years. Only [...]

Report finds Iowa kids in group care at higher rate than rest of country

Category: State News

(Radio Iowa) - May 19, 2015 By Matt Kelley A new report shows Iowa has children living in institutions and group care situations, not families, at a much higher rate than the national average. The report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds nearly 20-percent of children in the foster care system in Iowa were placed [...]

Huckabee undecided on 2015 Iowa Straw Poll participation

Category: State News

(Radio Iowa) - May 19, 2015 By O. Kay Henderson Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee visited an indoor shooting range in suburban Des Moines this afternoon and he targeted Hillary Clinton during his remarks there. “I would ask her why didn’t she answer the call of Chris Stevens four times when he was begging for help in [...]

Wartburg and Coe knocked out of NCAA baseball tourney

Category: State Sports

(Radio Iowa) - May 18, 2015 By Radio Iowa Contributor Two Iowa Conference baseball teams came up short in their bids to play in the NCAA division three World Series. Wartburg picked the wrong time to have a hitting slump. After winning the Iowa Conference regular season title the Knights struggled to score runs in the [...]

Coe College upgrading track and field facilities

Category: State Sports

(Radio Iowa) - May 19, 2015 By Todd Kimm Coe College in Cedar Rapids has started a $900,000 project to renovate the school’s track and field facility. John Chandler the school’s athletic director says they have not been able to host track meets as the track was in poor shape and they decided it was time [...]

NIACC baseball team to play in Junior College World Series

Category: State Sports

(Radio Iowa) - May 19, 2015 By Todd Kimm For the second time in three years the North Iowa Area Community College baseball team is headed to the division two Junior College World Series. NIACC beat Southeast Community College of Nebraska on Monday in the Northern Plains District Tournament and travel to Enid, Oklahoma for Saturday’s [...]

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