Editor's note at 3:25 p.m: Since this article published the state's coronavirus website has reported a further three cases for Carroll County.
The Iowa State Fair is canceled this year due to the new coronavirus pandemic, the fair’s board of directors decided in an 11-to-2 vote Wednesday afternoon.
About 20,000 Iowa residents who can't afford rent or mortgage payments for their homes because of the coronavirus pandemic will get money from the state to help make those payments.
There are 555 confirmed coronavirus cases at a Tyson Foods meat-processing facility in Storm Lake, which marks the latest outbreak at such a facility in Iowa, according to state health officials.
Buena Vista County had a one-day spike of 417 new confirmed coronavirus cases Tuesday — which makes it the most-infected county per capita in Iowa — but state officials said they are unsure whether there is an outbreak at a meat-processing facility in Storm Lake, the county's seat.
A 21-year-old Carroll man died this morning after he was thrown from a pickup truck when it crashed into a tree just north of Coon Rapids, according to a sheriff's report.
Gov. Kim Reynolds will allow movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, museums and wedding reception venues to reopen Friday, and pools can offer swimming lessons and lap swimming, according to her Wednesday proclamation.
Carroll County has its ninth new coronavirus case, and Crawford County now has a total of 384, the Iowa Department of Public Health reported today.
The number of confirmed new coronavirus cases in Crawford County was 93 in the past day, which takes the county's total cases to 300, according to Iowa Department of Public Health data.
Most Iowa businesses that were closed or severely restricted because of the new coronavirus pandemic will be allowed to reopen Friday, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced in her daily press conference this morning.
There is one more confirmed coronavirus case in Carroll County, which brings its total to seven, according to local health officials. The person is older than 80.
Gov. Kim Reynolds delayed an announcement Tuesday about restrictions on business and social gatherings, some of which are set to expire Friday.
Local health officials announced this morning that another coronavirus infection of a Carroll County resident has been confirmed, which brings the total for the county to six.
Restaurants and retail stores in 77 of Iowa's 99 counties that were ordered to close or to operate under significant restrictions because of the coronavirus pandemic will be allowed to reopen Friday at "50 percent of normal operating capacity," Gov. Kim Reynolds announced this morning at her…
Iowa set another high mark for new daily confirmed coronavirus cases today, and Gov. Kim Reynolds asked all residents to take an online health survey to determine whether they qualify for new drive-thru testing that is hoped to better track the spread of the virus.
Coronavirus outbreaks at meat processing plants in eastern Iowa caused the number of confirmed infections in the state to soar this weekend, according to the state Department of Public Health.
Iowa students will not return to their schools for the rest of this school year, and spring sports are canceled, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced today.
Iowa had its single-largest daily increases of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths today, which were partly fueled by an outbreak at a Tyson Foods plant in southeast Iowa, according to Gov. Kim Reynolds.
The Calhoun County Sheriff assaulted his wife and a police officer Saturday night, and it took six officers to subdue and arrest him, according to court records.
A Crawford County resident was among three people who died in the past day after being infected by the new coronavirus, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
The state is distributing up to $25,000 to about 500 restaurants and bars in Iowa as part of its grant program to prop up small businesses during the new coronavirus outbreak, Debi Durham, executive director of the Iowa Economic Development Authority, said today.
There were 102 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the past day in Iowa — the largest one-day increase so far — and one more person died — a Benton County resident who is older than 80.
The metrics that state officials are using to determine whether to lock down the state in light of the new coronavirus outbreak have not reached the threshold that would trigger that shelter-in-place order, Gov. Kim Reynolds said this morning.
Iowa had its largest one-day increase for coronavirus-related deaths — a total of eight residents of central and eastern Iowa — and Gov. Kim Reynolds is set to hold a press conference Monday morning, which is a break from her normal schedule.
Three more people have died after being infected by the new coronavirus, and there were 87 additional confirmed cases in the past day, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
There were five new confirmed coronavirus cases in counties near Carroll in the past day, among a total of 85 new cases statewide, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced this afternoon that school and business closures will be effective for all of April to help stem the spread of the new coronavirus.
Gov. Kim Reynolds is expected to expand the state's health emergency declaration today, especially as it pertains to schools, which are currently set to reopen in less than two weeks.
There were 52 more confirmed new coronavirus cases in Iowa in the past day, and two more people died after being infected by the virus, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
The eastern half of Iowa continues to be inundated by the bulk of new confirmed coronavirus cases, with 73 more in the past day and one death, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
The number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Iowa soared by 88 in the past day, and two more people died after being infected, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.
All pending minor traffic citations will be dismissed in Carroll County "for the protection of the community," County Attorney John Werden said today.