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Celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 20, at the seventh annual Downtown Earth Day Tour, a collaboration between the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, the Science Center of Iowa SCI, The Riverwalk HUB and Iowa Rivers Revival. Each organization will feature a variety of activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to ...
Coveted achievements include Best Newscast, Best Weather, Best Sports and Overall Excellence WHO-HD Weather Team wins MBJA First Place honors 5 out of last 6 years Sports Director Keith Murphy wins IBNAs 1st Place Sportscast 7 out of last 8 years WHO-HD picked up 28 awards for journalism excellence the past Saturday night at dual ...
Saturday, April 20, noon 4 p.m. Saylorville Lake Visitor Center FREE Celebrate the 49th Anniversary of Earth Day with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Saylorville Lake. Help clean up the environment and preserve the natural beauty at Saylorville Lake. Volunteers can meet a Park Ranger at the Visitor Center where they will ...
There is a diverse and appealing array of cultural indulgences awaiting the Cultural Adventurer in Central Iowa. Leave the personal devices behind and savor the rich offerings that performing arts, exhibitions and more offer. Sally forth and reward yourself. Featured Cultural Offering: This Fri Apr 19 Comedian of the Year Sebastian Maniscalco headlines the Hoyt ...
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Des Moines, IA 50309 Directions
According to sources, the opossum did not appear to have a hangover.
Iowans could start placing bets on their favorite sports teams, but what are the odds the Governor will sign it
A southern Indiana WWII veteran who asked to celebrate his 100th birthday with cards and kisses wants to thank everyone who wished him well.
Doctors told Mac Hammond, who is a pastor at the church the boys family attends, that the images conveyed the injury as being no worse than if the boy fell off a bicycle instead of off the third floor of the mall.
Iowa adoptees cant see their original birth certificates-- but that might change soon under a new bill at the statehouse.
The Des Moines Register
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Des Moines, IA 50309 Directions
Citing safety concerns, the city is likely going to ban standing on medians less than six feet wide to panhandle.
The new building is part of an $81 million court and justice center renovation approved by Polk County voters in 2013.
After questions from the Readers Watchdog, national and state greyhound groups ban the sale of U.S. greyhounds to other countries.
Keep up with restaurants and other businesses that are opening and closing in the Des Moines metro.
House Democratic leader says Rep. Andy McKean, a Republican, is leaving party and will vote with Democrats.
1801 Grand Ave
Des Moines, IA 50309 Directions
DES MOINES, Iowa A longtime Iowa lawmaker says hes leaving the Republican Party and will vote with Democrats, and he says President Trump is to blame. State Representative Andy McKean of Anamosa made the surprise announcement in a press conference on Tuesday morning at the State Capitol. McKean says President Trump is setting a bad example for the country and he cant support him or his party. He says the decision was difficult and he knows it will disappoint many.
DES MOINES, Iowa Eastern Orthodox Christians follow the Julian calendar and celebrate Easter on a different date. St. George Greek Orthodox Priest, Father Basil Hickman said the formula is the same when deciding Easter. Easter falls after the first Sunday, after the first full moon of spring. Orthodox Easter It fits with when Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead. He was crucified and rose from the dead around the time of the Jewish Passover, and his rising
IOWA The 2018 Farm Bill allowed industrial hemp to one day be grown in the United States. And the Iowa legislature is moving forward on local legalization. While it cannot be planted yet in the state, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig says the farm bill makes industrial hemp a commodity, which could qualify for crop insurance. But the USDA will require states to apply for a program, making them license farmers and track where fields are and how many
ORLANDO, Fla. The video begins with two men fighting on an Orlando sidewalk then the Easter Bunny joins the fray. Instagram user workfth posted the weird video early Monday morning with the caption, HAPPY EASTER and ONLY IN ORLANDO. The person dressed in a rabbit costume appears to focus his blows on one of the men involved in the fight until a bystander and a police officer on a bicycle break up the fight. As the officer talks
CLOVERDALE, Calif. Sonoma County deputies were able to return a mans prosthetic leg afterhe lost it while skydiving. The Sonoma County Sheriffs Office says they got a call Monday that someone had found a prosthetic leg in a Cloverdale lumber yard. After speaking to some people at the nearby airport, deputies figured out an amputee lost his leg while skydiving the day before. The sheriffs office was able to find out the $15,000 leg belonged to a man named
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