The Waterloo city council could set a bid opening for the project on West 9th Street and South Street on Monday.
For one or two bedroom housing, the maximum amount of monthly assistance would go from $737 to $814 and from $922 to $1027, respectively.
Iowa will likely weather labor market problems better than national average.
Also noted by Green was his intention to veto the change in procedure councilors first would approve to make it easier for them to pass the entire package of ordinances.
Be encouraged, Republicans.
Take a look at photos from the 15th annual Kaufmann Family Harvest Dinner.
A proposed change in how inmate fees from the Black Hawk County Jail are spent gained no traction this week with the Board of Supervisors, but it could later return to officials.
WATERLOO — The Waterloo Rotary Club is hosting a candidate forum at noon Monday that will include Iowa House and Senate candidates in Black Hawk County.
Grassley says any change to Social Security will not cut benefits for seniors.
Kevin Blanshan, INRCOG executive director, steps down Friday and will be succeeded by Brian Schoon, a longtime director with the organization.
Mark Howard and Jeff Sitzmann, both veteran supervisors of the Cedar Falls Police Department, will vie for the top job. Howard currently serves as the acting police chief.
A federal judge has struck down Iowa's latest attempt to criminalize the use of cameras in agriculture facilities and other businesses.
IOWA CITY — Iowa Democratic gubernatorial nominee Deidre DeJear said she is fighting to bring Iowans together — young and old, Democrat and Republican — at a time when divisive policies over school choice and abortion and transgender rights are pitting communities against one another.
Ryan Melton, Democratic candidate for Iowa's Fourth Congressional District, talks about his message before a campaign stop Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022, at a Siouxland Progressing Women meeting at Famous Dave's restaurant in Sioux City. Melton is campaigning to unseat Republican incumbent Randy F…
A new ad from Democratic challenger Liz Mathis targets Iowa Republican U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson’s record on abortion rights, saying the first-term incumbent supports a nationwide ban on the procedure with no exceptions for rape, incest or to save the woman’s life.
The City Council voted 5-1 Monday to submit a grant proposal to the Federal Railroad Administration’s Railroad Crossing Elimination Program.
In their first debate of the general election, the candidates for Iowa’s 1st Congressional District made bipartisan appeals as they each seek to represent southeast Iowa.
WATERLOO — Elections officials said it’s too early to tell what effect recent changes to voting laws will have at the polls.
Brian Schoon will be taking over the role after Kevin Blanshan retires on Sept. 30.
A presentation will be given with updates on the design process and the proposed reconstruction between Seerley Boulevard and 6th Street.
During a committee meeting Monday the council voted to draft an ordinance to reduce the threshold from five to four members of the seven-person council.
408,700 student loan borrowers in Iowa, including 248,900 Pell Grant recipients, will see their loans reduced or erased under President Joe Biden's relief plan.
The Waterloo council approved a contract for a program designed to reduce people's use of emergency medical services for primary health care along with hospital readmission rates.
Councilors suggested adding more signage around town or information onto its mobile app. Another idea pertained to ensuring its city facilities are ADA compliant.
WATERLOO — More money is coming to Waterloo for its plan to build a municipal broadband network.
Democratic candidate Mike Franken said the incident "never happened."
WATERLOO — Waterloo Ward 2 City Councilor Jonathan Grieder will be hosting a constituent meeting on Thursday. The meeting will take place from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Meeting Room A at the Waterloo Public Library. All constituents and citizens are welcome to ask questions, voice concerns and le…
DES MOINES — Iowans struggling with opioid use disorder have a new tool to find treatment, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced Monday.