2 Iowa women plead guilty to embezzling nearly $6 million from insurance company Aviva

2 Iowa women plead guilty to embezzling millions

Colleagues: Iowa egg producer at heart of recall is tough businessman, generous to charities

Iowa egg producer separates business, charity work

Lawsuit seeks class-action status for case against 2 Iowa farms involved in egg recall

Lawsuit seeks class-action in egg recall case

Iowa jury finds former NBA player Rumeal Robinson guilty on 11 federal fraud charges

Former NBA player Rumeal Robinson guilty of fraud

Former Iowa slaughterhouse manager seeks new trial, says judge helped plan raid, prosecution

Motion: Iowa judge helped plan immigration raid

2 more plead guilty to viewing Obama’s student loan records while working for Iowa contractor

2 more plead guilty in Obama student loan case

3rd ex-Iowa education contractor employee pleads guilty to looking at Obama student loan info

President Barack Obama

Former Minnesota Mr. Basketball Royce White signs with Iowa St, looking for fresh start

Minnesota standout Royce White signs with Iowa St

Attorney: Client illegally looked at Obama’s student loan records because he was bored at work

U.S. President Barack Obama joins Martha Coakley

2nd person pleads guilty to unauthorized viewing of President Obama’s student loan records

President Barack Obama

Ex-kosher slaughterhouse manager in Iowa faces 27 years in prison for fraud, $27M restitution

Kosher slaughterhouse boss faces 27-year jail term

Judge: Former Iowa kosher slaughterhouse manager will get 27 years in prison, pay $31M

Judge: Slaughterhouse manager will get 27 years

Police: Metal band Slipknot bassist Paul Gray found dead in Iowa hotel; no foul play suspected

Police: Slipknot bassist found dead in Iowa hotel

911 call: Syringe, pills found near dead Slipknot bassist; toxicology results pending

911 call: Syringe, pills next to Slipknot bassist

EPA will gather factory farm waste information to settle lawsuit filed by environmental groups

Groups, EPA settle farm pollution lawsuit

DES MOINES, Iowa — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will gather information about factory farms to determine whether more should be regulated as part of a settlement with environmental groups concerned about water pollution.

9 working for federal contractor in Iowa charged with accessing Obama student loan records