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The Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee has decided it's OK after all for scientists to speak with a Southern drawl, canceling its plans for a six-week course in "Southern Accent Reduction" after staff members deemed it offensive.
A World War II Navy veteran has been presented with a new Victory Medal after his original one was lost six decades ago.
The city of Vienna is seeking to buy a former manufacturing plant.
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Thirty downtown building owners in Le Mars have committed to the historic preservation project that will restore their buildings' exteriors - even though doing so will subject them to federal property restrictions.
A new surge of volunteers has raised hope that the northwest Iowa town of Oyens can soon revive its ambulance service, which was discontinued in February because of a lack of crew members.
Pending state approval, Hot Springs will soon have its first four-year university presence this fall when Henderson State University opens an education center in partnership with a local community college.
A company has purchased a former corn oil plant in northwest Iowa with the intention of starting it up again.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has received one of its largest cash donations ever, a $2.2 million gift from an anonymous donor.
The administrative offices of the Hot Springs Housing Authority have been raided by federal agents with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Inspector General.
A former state legislator from Pueblo has announced he will run for the 3rd Congressional District seat now held by Republican Scott Tipton of Cortez.
Saying they've been stonewalled for a year, the House's top investigator sent a subpoena Thursday demanding the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives turn over documents on a storefront sting operation that went badly awry.
A Fitchburg man who punched a pedestrian who complained he was driving too fast in 2012, a blow that led to the man's death, has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Fitchburg's mayor has selected a candidate with federal law enforcement experience to be the city's new police chief.
Bowling Green State University in northwestern Ohio will lease its airport facilities to a Minnesota company that will offer flight training to students.