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    Viewers were left dying from laughter after a hilarious video of women yelling their husband's names went viral on social media.  The Iowa State Fair's annual husband calling competition that sees women uniquely shouting their partner's names has been gaining traction online after a clip shared by TikToker @rhinestonecowboy went viral and amassed over 16.5 million views.  From yelling 'Bob' at the top of their lungs to shrieking out 'Terry,' the woman showed off their impressive vocal cords for the sake of winning a whopping $5.  Viewers weren't able to contain their laughter after a video of women yelling their husband's names at the Iowa State Fair went viral The video showed women competing to win a whopping $5 and amassed over 16.5 million views The annual husband calling competition sees wives shouting, singing, shrieking and yodeling their partner's names RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Cool in camel! Queen Letizia of Spain is elegant in tan coat... Gina Lollobrigida's former toyboy husband, 61, who was 34... Share this article Share The video...
    Getty Images Brock Purdy throws a pass against the Kansas State Wildcats in 2021. It’s reported by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero that the Arizona Cardinals are working out former Iowa State quarterback Brock Purdy on April 14. Iowa State QB Brock Purdy is working out for the #Cardinals today, per source. Purdy – the onetime Arizona high school player of the year – has met virtually with several other teams in recent weeks. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 14, 2022 The workout is part of the Cardinals’ local Pro Day, which doesn’t count in the team’s maximum 30 workouts for upcoming NFL draft prospects. Arizona is allowed to scout players who played within the region at the high-school level. Purdy went to Perry High School in Gilbert, Arizona and was the 2017 Arizona High School Player of the Year. He played at Iowa State for four years and garnered at least 10 games each season. The 6-foot-1, 220-pounder was named ESPN’s Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 2018. His best season arguably came in 2019 when he...
    Several GOP lawmakers had previously indicated that they would skip Biden's State of the Union speech. "I’m healthy, so I won’t be taking a test for COVID… so I won’t be attending the #SOTU," Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky tweeted. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds delivered the GOP response to Biden's speech, declaring that "it feels like President Biden and his party have sent us back in time to the late '70s and early '80s, when runaway inflation was hammering families, a violent crime wave was crashing our cities, and the Soviet army was trying to redraw the world map." WATCH LIVE: Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds delivers the Republican response to the State of the Union www.youtube.com
    Republican Kim Reynolds is the first female governor of Iowa, a role she was elected to in 2018 Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds will be delivering the Republican rebuttal to President Joe Biden's State of the Union address on March 1, federal GOP lawmakers announced Tuesday. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy touted Reynolds' commitment to keeping 'woke propaganda' out of classrooms and 'choosing freedom over lockdowns' during the COVID-19 pandemic.  'Governor Kim Reynolds’ brave, bold, and successful leadership for Iowans has put her right at the front of that pack. She fought COVID without forgetting common sense and protected Iowans’ health and their rights at the same time,' McConnell said. 'She’s defended kids and parents with laws that have kept students in classrooms and woke propaganda out.' McCarthy said the Biden administration's 'disastrous decision making' was 'offset' in areas led by Republican elected officials, like Iowa.  'She handled COVID by choosing freedom over lockdowns and personal responsibility over mandates -- leading to real economic recovery from the pandemic. She kept kids in school and critical...
    IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Spencer Petras threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Nico Ragaini to complete No. 3 Iowa’s comeback from a two-touchdown deficit, No. 4 Penn State’s offense did next to nothing after quarterback Sean Clifford was knocked out of the game and the Hawkeyes held on for a bruising 23-20 victory Saturday. The Hawkeyes (6-0, 3-0) took control of the Big Ten West with their 12th straight win and thrust themselves into the College Football Playoff conversation. READ MORE: 'An Uncontrollable Danger:' Pennsylvania Municipal League Calling On Legislature To Change Fireworks LawsPenn State (5-1, 2-1) lost for the first time in 10 games and headed back to Happy Valley with a list of injuries that could make its path through the rest of the season difficult. When Petras took a knee in victory formation to end the game, students and other fans poured out of their end zone seats to celebrate. Bodies were packed together the entire width of the field from the south end zone to the 10-yard line on the other end. The Hawkeyes’ grinding...
    Iowa is gearing up for its biggest home game since the 1980s, Cincinnati has its highest ranking in 12 years and Clemson is on the outside looking in at The Associated Press college football poll for the first time since 2014. Alabama and Georgia are the only constants during this topsy-turvy college football season. They held down the top two spots for a fifth straight week in the AP Top 25, which is presented by Regions Bank. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Alabama received 53 of a possible 62 first-place votes Sunday, with Georgia picking up the rest. After those two teams, the movement up and down and in and out of the Top 25 was about what would be expected after a week in which nine ranked teams lost, including four in the top 10. Through the first five weeks of the season, 34 ranked teams have lost, the most in poll history. Iowa leapfrogged Penn State to take the No. 3 spot after its 51-14 road win over previously unbeaten Maryland. The Hawkeyes have their...
    Former Victorias Secret Angel, 40, and more stars in bikinis and swimsuits in 2021 Rivian is no Tesla. Thats exactly what these EV buyers want North Carolina leads this week's Misery Index after a 45-22 loss to Georgia Tech. Here are the others that made the index, a weekly measurement of knee-jerk reactions based on what each fan base just watched. Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft Refi Rates at 1.93% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Oklahoma kicker Gabe Brkic (47) celebrates after converting...
    AMES, Iowa (AP) — For all the energy Matt Campbell has brought to Iowa State, the Cyclones have been notoriously slow starters his first five years. Northern Iowa from the FCS ranks is the opening opponent at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa, on Saturday, and a sharp performance will be expected from a No. 7 Cyclones team with its highest preseason ranking in program history. “I’m really excited to play because I’ve always said the bright lights will tell you where you’re at,” Campbell said Tuesday. “There’s been times where we’ve been ready for the early start of the season and maybe there’s times where we thought we were ready, but maybe we weren’t.” Iowa State is 2-3 in openers under Campbell. The Cyclones lost to UNI in 2016, defeated the Panthers in 2017 and needed three overtimes to beat them in 2019. They lost to Iowa in 2018 after their scheduled opener against FCS South Dakota State was canceled because of inclement weather. Last year, they lost 31-14 to Louisiana-Lafayette of the Sun Belt Conference, giving up long...
    An Iowa man accused of bringing guns and ammunition to a Chicago hotel room over the Fourth of July weekend proposed to a woman shortly after bonding out of jail Wednesday, according to reports.  A housekeeping employee at the W Hotel told police around 6:45 p.m. Sunday that they saw the rifle, a handgun, and five rifle magazines in a room held by the suspect, Keegan Casteel, 32. The 12th-floor room had a view of the Ohio Street Beach and Navy Pier, a tourist attraction in the city. Casteel, 32, of Ankeny, Iowa, was arrested and ordered held on $10,000 bail Tuesday. He walked out of jail around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday after posting the $1,000 bond required for his release from custody. IOWA MAN CHARGED AFTER ALLEGEDLY BRINGING LOADED RIFLE WITH LASER SCOPE TO CHICAGO HOTEL OVERLOOKING BEACH Keegan Casteel (Chicago Police) But when Casteel left the jail, he walked toward a car, got down on one knee, and proposed to a woman, who apparently started to cry, FOX 32 of Chicago reported. "Care to say anything to...
    WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – President Donald Trump dangled a promise to get a weary, fearful nation “back to normal” on Friday as he looked to campaign past the political damage of the devastating pandemic. The tantalizingly rosy pitch was in sharp contrast to Democratic rival Joe Biden, who pledged to level with America about tough days still ahead after Tuesday’s election. TRUMP VOWS 'COMEBACK' IN CAMPAIGN'S CLOSING MESSAGE, CLAIMS BIDEN WILL 'LOCK DOWN YOUR STATE' In a campaign that has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed more than 227,000 Americans and staggered the economy, the candidates’ clashing overtures stood as a reflection of their leadership styles and policy prescriptions for a suffering U.S.A. Trump and Biden both spent Friday crisscrossing the Midwest, the hardest-hit part of the nation in the latest surge of virus cases. Trump was in Michigan and Biden in Iowa before they both held events in Wisconsin and Minnesota. With four days until the election and more than 83 million votes already cast, time is running out for Trump and Biden to change the contours...
    NEW YORK (AP) — POLL ALERT: Oklahoma, UCF fall out of Top 25 after day of upsets; Iowa State back in; Clemson, Alabama stay Nos. 1-2. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    The Bell Tower at Iowa State University iStock / Getty Images Plus An Iowa State University professor was forced to change a course syllabus for that included a warning that "any instances of othering that you participate in intentionally (racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, sorophobia, transphobia, classism, mocking of mental health issues, body shaming, etc)" would be in "grounds for dismissal from the classroom."  The syllabus stated that students could not choose "arguments against gay marriage, abortion, Black Lives Matter" for any paper or project topic.  Iowa State University told CNN in a statement that it took immediate "corrective action" when notified about the language. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A professor at Iowa State University was forced to change a class syllabus that threatened disciplinary action against students who participate in racism, sexism, and homophobia, CNN reported.  The course syllabus that was put on blast by the conservative group Young America's Foundation last week displayed a "GIANT WARNING" that "Any instances of othering that you participate in intentionally (racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, sorophobia, transphobia, classism, mocking...
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