Category Archives: Iowa

Tanzania’s president poised to be declared election winner

DODOMA, Tanzania (AP) — Tanzania’s president is poised to be declared the winner of Wednesday’s election despite allegations of widespread fraud. The ruling party appears to have secured the two-thirds majority in parliament required to change the constitution. The electoral commission says populist President John Magufuli has 83% of votes with 60% of ballots counted.… Read More »

UNI Athletics will build a new football meeting room at the UNI-Dome

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – UNI Athletics plans to construct a new football meeting room in the northeast corner of the UNI-Dome with construction slated to begin in winter 2020 and completed in the fall of 2021. The room is entirely funded by private donations in excess of $2 million. Active fundraising for the room started in… Read More »

DNR offering video series with information for hunters – Radio Iowa

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is offering a new online resource for beginning and experienced hunters. The series of “Let’s Go Hunting” videos is a clearinghouse of information for hunters, thanks to a partnership with Iowa Safari Club International and several other organizations. DNR hunter education coordinator Megan Wisecup says you can access the… Read More »

Falwell sues Liberty, saying school damaged his reputation

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Jerry Falwell Jr. has sued Liberty University two months after resigning amid a series of scandals. Fallwell is alleging the evangelical school founded by his late pastor father defamed him through statements it issued. The lawsuit filed in Lynchburg Circuit Court on Wednesday also includes a claim of breach of contract.… Read More »