Gov. Kim Reynolds made her fourth appointment to the Iowa Supreme Court naming Matthew McDermott to fill the vacancy caused by Justice David Wiggins’ retirement.
Gov. Kim Reynolds said that the idea of a shelter-in-place order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic is a divisive issue among Iowans when unity is needed.
A new NFIB poll shows 92 percent of small employers are negatively impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19, up from 76 percent in their last poll.
An op/ed in The New York Times claims Christians’ “denial of science” cripples the COVID-19 response, Dr. E. Calvin Beisner of Cornwall Alliance responds.
The Iowa Department of Public Health reports an additional 85 positive COVID-19 cases bringing the state total to 699 in 65 counties.
Kelvey Vander Hart: In the midst of this dark time, plenty of good news remains. Here are a few stories you may have missed.
Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Susan Christensen issued a supervisory order further delaying all trials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Iowa House and Senate leadership announced that the suspension of the legislative session will be extended until at least April 30 due to COVID-19.
Gov. Kim Reynolds extended business and school closings, and her prohibition on gatherings of more than ten people through April 30 in response to COVID-19.
The Iowa Department of Public Health reports 66 additional positive cases of Iowans with COVID-19 and two deaths. There are 614 positive cases in the state.
Since Gov. Kim Reynolds’ initial public health emergency declaration that saw many businesses close, 96,915 Iowans have filed for unemployment.
Gov. Kim Reynolds and Sarah Reisetter of the Iowa Department of Public Health criticized models making Iowa COVID-19 projections based on false assumptions.
U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne, D-Iowa, emphasized during a tele town hall that she believes Gov. Kim Reynolds should issue a statewide stay-at-home order.
Planned Parenthood and Emma Goldman Clinic were informed in a brief filed by the state that Gov. Kim Reynolds’ declaration offers exemptions for some surgical abortions.
Our host, Shane Vander Hart, and Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, discuss the persecution of Christians in Nigeria.
Joni Ernst: During crises like the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans band together and rise to the occasion and we’re seeing it all across Iowa.