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Vintage military planes to land in Iowa
Four fully-restored original warplanes from the World War Two era will be flying over Iowa next week, making one stop in the state for tours and flights. Michael Dober , volunteer coordinator for the Collings Foundation’s Wings of Freedom Tour, says it’ll be a rare opportunity to see the historic aircraft. “We’re bringing the B-24 […]Full Post...
DOT updating rules for driver’s licenses
The Iowa Department of Transportation is updating its rules for young drivers to reflect changes in law approved by the Iowa Legislature. Sara Siedsma with the motor vehicle division says one update involves the restriction on passengers. She says a person under 18 with an intermediate license is restricted to driving with one unrelated minor […]Full Post...
Clinton chooses Kaine, not Vilsack, as running mate
Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack was rumored to be one of the finalists to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate, but she announced this evening via Twitter that her final choice is Virginia Senator Tim Kaine. Vilsack and Clinton have known one another for four decades, one of the reasons cited by many sources who considered Vilsack to […]Full Post...
Another data center coming to West Des Moines
State, county and local government leaders announced plans for another massive data center today that’ll be built in West Des Moines. Microsoft will build a four-phase center that will end up being nearly two million square feet by the time it is done in 2022. It’ll cost between $1.5 and $2 billion and sit in Warren […]Full Post...
Senate candidate Judge talks about convention, Vilsack as vice president
U.S. Senate candidate Patty Judge is campaigning in the northeast Iowa town of Decorah today but she’ll be flying to the East Coast next week to attend the Democratic National Convention. Judge, a former Iowa secretary of agriculture, says she’ll only be there briefly, but she finds such events very worthwhile. “It’s so much fun, […]Full Post...
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