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Car chase leads to five arrests

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Five people were arrested after a car chase led to a chase on foot. More>>

Person missing in Upper Iowa River at Decorah

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One person in missing, as rescuers search the waters of the Upper Iowa River, within the Decorah City limits.
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RAGBRAI riders hit halfway point in Mason City Video included

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The Schweigers of Osage couldn't have asked for a better day to welcome in RAGBRAI riders into Mason City.They brought their granddaughter, Emma, with them. More>>

Cedar Rapids first Pet Fair and Adoptathon

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Cedar Rapids is hosting their FIRST Pet Fair and Adoptathon on August 2, 12pm-4pm. More>>

Taiwan airline suspects bad weather caused crash

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An airline said Thursday it suspected typhoon weather caused one of its planes to crash land on a small Taiwanese island, killing 48 people. More>>

Sign vandalized, message questioned as racist Video included

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Wednesday morning, Marshalltown residents noticed a new addition to the welcome sign on the North side of town. Now, instead of reading 'Marshalltown Welcomes You,' it read, 'Mexico Welcomes You' in spray paint. More>>

Dubuque County Fair Association: Large crowds will help pay debt Video included

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The Dubuque County Fair Association is hoping larger crowds means less money they'll have to borrow from the Dubuque County Board of Supervisors. More>>

Black Hawk County 4-H members team up with the Northeast Iowa Food Bank

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The Black Hawk County Fair is underway at the National Cattle Congress Grounds in Waterloo. The 4-H clubs are collaborating with the food bank to fight hunger in the community. More>>

Mississippi River businesses playing catch-up after flooding Video included

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Flooding on the Mississippi River spanning nearly three months this year has left some area businesses playing catch-up. More>>

Authorities urge Waverly residents to find landline in case of emergency

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RAGBRAI organizers and law enforcement officials encourage residents in Waverly to locate a landline phone in case of emergencies because cell phone reception may not be reliable with 20,000 extra people in town. More>>

Branstad appoints Sixth District judge

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Governor Terry Branstad appointed a new District Court Judge for the Sixth District on Wednesday. More>>

Eastern Iowa Honor Flight gets $20,000 donation

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Eastern Iowa Honor Flight was given more than $20,000 on Wednesday to help their mission of allowing veterans to see the memorials built in their honor. More>>

Batman, Batmobile comes to Cedar Rapids Barnes and Noble Video included

Batman's 75th celebration included a batmobile at the Barnes and Noble in Cedar Rapids on Wednesday. (Justin Andrews, KWWL) Batman's 75th celebration included a batmobile at the Barnes and Noble in Cedar Rapids on Wednesday. (Justin Andrews, KWWL)
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The Caped Crusader takes a break from protecting Gotham City to visit fans in Cedar Rapids Wednesday. More>>

Tripoli says no to backyard chickens

Officials in the northeast Iowa city of Tripoli have rejected a request to allow backyard chickens in the community. More>>

Longtime Dubuque educator Thom Determan dies

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Longtime Dubuque educator Thom Determan died at his home Tuesday at the age of 66. More>>

7-vehicle crash shuts down I-380 on Wednesday

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A seven-vehicle accident led to I-380 being shut down for a period of time Wednesday morning. More>>

UPDATE WITH VIDEO: Towels cause fire at Chrome Horse Video included

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A Cedar Rapids restaurant and live music venue is recovering from a four-alarm fire. More>>

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