Daniel Lathrop, IC Press-Citizen

Daniel Lathrop

IC Press-Citizen

Iowa City, IA, United States

Contact Daniel

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • IC Press-Citizen
  • The Des Moines Register
Past:
  • Ames Trib News
  • The Hawk Eye
  • FiveThirtyEight

Recent articles by Daniel:

Iowa auditor sued for refusing to release emails about rejected accusation against Gov. Kim Reynolds

Auditor Rob Sand's office says the emails with a reporter and a liberal blogger are exempt from disclosure under Iowa's public records law → Read More

Iowa receives disproportionately smaller share of $28 billion federal restaurant bailout fund than other states

'It's just another knife to the heart' for the state's eateries, says Iowa Restaurant Association head → Read More

Flood insurance changes coming for Iowans. Most policyholders will see a small increase in rates

About two-thirds of owners of 8,000 Iowa homes covered by federal flood insurance will see small premium hikes. → Read More

What to know about making Iowa OSHA complaints: Workplace accidents, COVID prevention and more

Iowa OSHA is charged with enforcing both state and federal safety standards in Iowa's workplaces. Here are ways for workers to make complaints. → Read More

Second inmate charged with murdering two employees at Anamosa prison plans to plead guilty

Michael Dutcher will plead guilty in relation to the March deaths of a correctional officer and a nurse. His co-defendant pleaded guilty in August. → Read More

Second inmate charged with murdering two employees at Anamosa prison plans to plead guilty

Michael Dutcher will plead guilty in relation to the March deaths of a correctional officer and a nurse. His co-defendant pleaded guilty in August. → Read More

Second inmate charged with murdering two employees at Anamosa prison plans to plead guilty

Michael Dutcher will plead guilty in relation to the March deaths of a correctional officer and a nurse. His co-defendant pleaded guilty in August. → Read More

Second inmate charged with murdering two employees at Anamosa prison plans to plead guilty

Michael Dutcher will plead guilty in relation to the March deaths of a correctional officer and a nurse. His co-defendant pleaded guilty in August. → Read More

Warning of excessive risk, FDIC orders Iowa's Luana Savings Bank to drop practices that have fueled rapid growth

Bank President David Schultz told the Des Moines Register, "We have the cleanest portfolio of any bank over a billion dollars in the state of Iowa." → Read More

End of RAGBRAI 2021 concludes final ride in 36-year family tradition for couple now in their 80s

Team Algoe will have to carry on without grandpa and grandma setting the pace — or will it? → Read More

E-bikes and charging service keep 'tough old birds' on the road at RAGBRAI

Though e-bike sales are surging, they're still a rarity on RAGBRAI. One vendor has become a lifeline for their users. → Read More

Prisoner charged in slayings of Anamosa prison staffers opts to face trial by judge, not jury

Michael Dutcher requested a bench trial before judge Fae Hoover amid difficulties finding a venue for a jury trial. → Read More

Rapper who battled Eminem in '8 mile' settles fraud case with the state of Iowa

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller's office said Gerald Sanders' organization purported to sell items for the benefit of Des Moines nonprofits. → Read More

Trial delayed in killings of employees at Anamosa State Penitentiary

The trial of Thomas Woodard Jr., one of two inmates charged in the killings, had been scheduled to start Tuesday → Read More

Correctional officer at Anamosa State Prison suffers minor injury in struggle with prisoner

A correctional officer at Anamosa State Penitentiary suffered a minor injury Wednesday while restraining an unruly prisoner. → Read More

Iowa State Penitentiary correctional officer suffers broken nose in inmate attack

It was at least the third attack by inmates on Iowa correction staff reported this year. → Read More

On anniversary of Ashley Okland slaying, here are more of Iowa's most infamous murder mysteries

The decade-old homicide of Ashley Okland, 27, a Realtor killed while showing a home in West Des Moines, is just one of many unsolved Iowa slayings. → Read More

A longtime doctor in small-town Iowa was fired. Why his neighbors are protesting and he's suing.

Dr. Mark Haganman is suing over his ouster and enforcement of a noncompete clause that requires him not to practice medicine within 40 miles of Osage. → Read More

After a decade and a campaign that included a YouTube plea for funds, Iowa town will be allowed to raise its levee

Ending a decade-long drama, residents Hamburg, Iowa, will be allowed to protect themselves from the increasingly intense floodwaters of the Missouri River. → Read More

Iowa Isn’t The State Presidential Candidates Pretend It Is

My fellow Iowans will tell me they live in a farm state, that agriculture is Iowa’s life blood. So will the presidential candidates, who trek to the Iowa State Fair and other farm settings and put … → Read More