Friday, September 30, 2022

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Florida begins a long effort to recover from Ian, an Arkansas school works to attract more students to higher education, and Massachusetts Narcan trainers enlist the public's help to prevent overdose deaths.

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Hurricane Ian leaves severe flooding and millions without power in Florida, the Senate passed a spending bill to keep the government running to December, and senators aim for greater oversight of federal prisons.

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Baseball is America's pastime, and more international players are taking the stage, rural communities can get help applying for federal funds through the CHIPS and Science Act, and a Texas university is helping more Black and Latina women pursue careers in agriculture.

Bob Kessler


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Could Iowa Clean Water Rule Changes Increase Pollution?

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Healthy Food Choices Flourish at the Iowa State Fair

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Smarter Back-to-School Spending Tips for Tax-Free Weekend

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Iowans Urged to Quiz Presidential Hopefuls on Social Security

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Millions Attend Iowa County Fairs, Celebrate Future Farmers

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Increasing Osprey Population Inspiring Iowans to Work for Clean Water

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World's Longest, Largest, Oldest Bike Touring Event Remembers Lost Riders

DES MOINES, Iowa - An estimated 20,000 bicyclists will ride all or some of the week-long annual ride across Iowa, which starts Sunday. The route of …


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