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News Buzz
3:25 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Wildlife Populations Down This Winter

Iowa's deer population has been dwindling since its peak in early 2000
Geoffrey Fairchild

Today on River to River, we bring you six stories.

First, University of Iowa President Sally Mason meets with the Board of Regents for a special meeting this afternoon to discuss her remarks on how the university handles sexual assault allegations. Iowa Public Radio correspondent Dean Borg tells host Ben Kieffer what to expect out of the meeting.

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Talk of Iowa
12:09 pm
Wed December 11, 2013

Holiday Travel

Iowa's Yellow River in January.
Jonathan Frazier

Holiday travel can be daunting. Travel writer Jennifer Wilson suggests great Iowa holiday destinations, gives tips for snowy road trips and has a game plan for airport hiccups.

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River to River
1:32 pm
Fri November 15, 2013

News Buzz: Obamacare Fix and Cholesterol Guidelines

Iowa State Univeristy professor Matt DeLisi testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee about recommendations to reduce the prison population.
U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee

While support to reduce prison sentences has been growing, Iowa State University sociologist Matt DeLisi recently testified before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee that for certain offenders this would be a mistake. 

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Business and Economy
5:14 am
Fri November 15, 2013

Regional Airport Project Experiences Turbulence

Rob Hammann stands by a large shed on his property where his wife, Robin, has written a phrase protesting the regional airport.
Credit Clay Masters / IPR

Plans to build a new regional airport are underway in south central Iowa’s Mahaska County. Two existing airports – in Oskaloosa and Pella would close – and a new consolidated one would provide services to large companies in the area. Iowa Public Radio’s Clay Masters reports on the fight over whether or not a new regional airport will help the area economy. 

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