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Reynolds responds to accusations of preferential treatment to campaign donor's company

1 month ago   |   By KCCI

Gov. Kim Reynolds on Wednesday addressed accusations that she provided state COVID-19 resources to a company owned by one of her campaign donors instead of area businesses that needed the resources.
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Reynolds: Feds will increase COVID-19 vaccine allocation by 16%

Reynolds: Feds will increase COVID-19 vaccine allocation by 16%

1 month ago   |   By KCCI

Gov. Kim Reynolds on Wednesday blamed a slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations on short supplies from the federal government.
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Gov. Kim Reynolds to host COVID-19 news conference Wednesday

Gov. Kim Reynolds to host COVID-19 news conference Wednesday

1 month ago   |   By KCCI

Gov. Kim Reynolds is scheduled to host a news conference on the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
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Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

Army Chaplain's Remains Identified After 70 years

The remains of Emil Kapaun, the Catholic priest and Korean War prisoner of war, have been identified, the Pentagon said Friday. Kapaun was given the Medal of Honor posthumously... Read more ...

Kansas State holds off Iowa State 61-56

Kansas State holds off Iowa State 61-56

K-State and Iowa State are the No. 9 and 10 seeds, respectively, into in next week's Big 12 tournament. Read more ...

President Biden says COVID-19 stimulus plan means $1,400 checks being sent...

President Biden says COVID-19 stimulus plan means $1,400 checks being sent this month

President Biden said Saturday that the plan means $1,400 checks to individuals would be sent out this month. Read more ...

Yankees ‘shocked' by Aaron Boone's quick return after heart scare

Yankees ‘shocked' by Aaron Boone's quick return after heart scare

TAMPA - Aaron Boone went back to work Saturday, just three days after having a pacemaker inserted to address a low heart rate. The manager was at the Yankees' Player... Read more ...

As violence surges, some question Portland, Oregon, axing special police unit

As violence surges, some question Portland, Oregon, axing special police unit

Portland, Oregon, last year dissolved a special police unit designed to focus on gun violence during the national reckoning over racial injustice. Some say disbanding the unit... Read more ...

NH reports 3 new COVID-19 deaths; number of current cases drops

NH reports 3 new COVID-19 deaths; number of current cases drops

Three more New Hampshire residents have died of COVID-19, state health officials reported Saturday, as the number of current cases dropped to its lowest level since early November. Read more ...

Missouri real estate agent charged in plan to kill ex-mother-in-law

Missouri real estate agent charged in plan to kill ex-mother-in-law

She agreed to pay people $1,500 to make her ex-mother-in-law's death look like an accident, the Camden County prosecutor's office said. Read more ...

‘I will not self-suffocate': Idaho protesters burn masks at state capital

‘I will not self-suffocate': Idaho protesters burn masks at state capital

Protesters in Idaho staged a mask burning event at the state capital on Saturday, as frustration over coronavirus-related disruptions to daily life continue to fester. At least... Read more ...

Missouri realtor charged in plan to kill ex-mother-in-law

Missouri realtor charged in plan to kill ex-mother-in-law

She agreed to pay people $1,500 to make her ex-mother-in-law's death look like an accident, the Camden County prosecutor's office said. Read more ...

Biden cheers passage of $1.9 trillion COVID aid bill

Biden cheers passage of $1.9 trillion COVID aid bill

President Biden celebrated the party-line passage of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill Saturday, saying the measure is another step for the country's return to... Read more ...