Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment invites the public to attend the opening night of “New Masters,” presented by Kathleen Pyper, on Friday, May 27.
Pottawattamie County Board of Supervisors candidate Susan Miller credits her father with instilling within her a sense of civic duty.
Two Abraham Lincoln High School seniors, Grace Ozzello and Kyrstin Holmes, were awarded $5,000 Hoff Family Arts Scholarships at a recent reception at the Hoff Family Arts & Culture Center.
Pottawattamie County Board Member Justin Schultz doesn’t like to take “no” for an answer, and when he’s told something can’t be done, or a building project costs too much, it just makes him want to succeed even more.
The new witness tampering charge comes from a witness who reported seeing a boy exiting the counselor's house through a window. The witness also claims the suspect handed him two personal items before the subject left the area.
International students say the school and local industries treated them as a source of cheap labor rather than providing them with educational opportunities.
A trio of Democrats vying for their party’s U.S. Senate nomination showed their differences on canceling student debt, expanding the nation’s Supreme Court and which of them offers the best opportunity for winning in November.
Republicans are criticizing Democratic congressional candidate Liz Mathis for previously describing herself as co-owner of a small marketing business, even though the company refutes the claim.
Suzanne Watson prefers to use the term “brain health” when talking about mental health. She feels it’s a term people may better accept when discussing mental illness/mental health issues.
A Davenport man whom police say punched a woman in the face while trying to steal her purse offered arresting officers a $1 million bribe to let him go.
One of the teens had been staying consistently with the man at his apartment and told police they were in a relationship and trying to get pregnant. She also told police Nathaniel Whitfield had supplied her with marijuana.
The police standoff lasted five hours, and after it was resolved, one person was found dead in the residence.
For the first time in recent memory, the primary race for Pottawattamie County Recorder is a highly contested affair, with three Republican candidates vying to fill the open position.
Iowa's Grassley: Buffalo shooting 'gives every one of us an opportunity to strongly condemn any and all forms of racism'...
In the wake of a shooting in Buffalo motivated by racist ideology, Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said he would continue to push to enact legislation he says is designed to identify and manage teenagers who show warning signs of imminent…
A Rock Island County jury found an Iowa man guilty of the death of a Milan woman in a 2019 vehicle crash.
A group of community partners will hold the inaugural Council Bluffs Cares mental health awareness event from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Bayliss Park.
A nonprofit health care organization working on a state contract to provide public health and family support services in Mills and Pottawattamie Counties improperly billed Medicaid for more than $20,000, according to a report from the Iowa state auditor.
The Southwest Iowa Mental Health and Disability Services Region has awarded several grants to CHI Health for various behavioral health needs.
The Iowa Departments of Public Health and Human Services are working to help Iowans navigate the ongoing search for suitable infant formula.