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Drought’s grip on Iowa expands

July 28, 2017 KQRadio 0
Dry conditions have continued to spread across the state while the northeast corner continues to recover from excessive rainfall. Tim Hall of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources has been watching the situation. “For the […]
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Report finds 27% of Iowans have no savings

July 28, 2017 KQRadio 0
Iowa has fallen from 7th to 14th place in a national study that ranks the states on overall financial security. Study author Solana Rice, at Prosperity Now, says despite an improving economy, many Iowa families […]
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Ames tax preparer found guilty of fraud

July 28, 2017 KQRadio 0
A central Iowa tax preparer has been found guilty of preparing false returns. A jury convicted 48-year-old Lony Gatwas of Ames of 4 counts of wire fraud, 7 counts of aggravated identity theft, and 7 […]
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GOP chair deferring to Senators over lawsuit response

July 28, 2017 KQRadio 0
The Iowa Republican Party’s chairman says he won’t offer his opinions on the legislature’s internal leadership discussions. Republicans in the Iowa Senate are meeting privately this morning. It’s their first meeting after the fired communications […]
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