(Clarinda) -- Even with Page County’s significant COVID-19 positive percentage dropping to 23.5, Page County Public Health still urged residents Nov. 24 to not have large, family gatherings for Thanksgiving to prevent any further spread of the ailment.

(Council Bluffs) -- No matter how many people will be on the roads this Thanksgiving holiday, the Iowa State Patrol is still hoping motorists take it easy.

(Des Moines) -- The leader of the union that represents correctional officers says it’s time for the state prison system to quit accepting new admissions from county jails.

(Tabor) – Tabor officials have lifted the water boiling order in effect since Saturday.

(Clarinda) -- The Page County Attorney's Office released its latest report of court activities Monday.

(Undated) -- Despite the continuing coronavirus pandemic, one well-known economic expert believes the outlook isn't bleak for holiday shopping Black Friday and beyond.

(Shenandoah) -- After a two-week shutdown due to COVID-19, Shenandoah Public Library is reopening today (Monday).

(Maryville) -- Two people were injured in a two-vehicle accident in Nodaway County over the weekend.