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Goose death shows importance of recycling fishing line Video included

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Fishing line is essential for fishers but when not thrown away, it can have a deadly impact on other wildlife. 

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Iowa professor threatened after writing article some are calling racist Video included

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An  Assistant Professor at the  University of Iowa is being accused of racism after publishing an academic paper titled "Teaching to deconstruct whiteness in higher education."

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PROGRAMMING NOTE: Preseason Green Bay Packer football schedule

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Football is back. Preseason football, that is.  

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TRACKING: Chance of Rain Friday and Friday Night

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Areas of showers and storms will track through Friday and Friday night.

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AmeriCorps moves in, teams up with River Museum in Dubuque

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Seven members of an Americorps National Civilian Community Corps team moved into the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium this week to help them get some big projects done. 

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Bats force Iowa district to delay start of new school year

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The school has contracted with a pest control company to remove the bats.

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UNI freshmen kickoff new school year

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A new school year is approaching, and freshmen at Iowa's colleges are getting settled in to their new surroundings. 

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The Latest: Catalan govt ties attacks in Cambrils, Barcelona

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Spain's El Pais newspaper, citing police sources, says the two perpetrators of the van crash in Barcelona are holed up in a bar. More>>

The Latest: Spanish police kill 5 suspects near Barcelona; 6 civilians hurt

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Police in Spain say they have shot and killed several people south of Barcelona while carrying out an operation in response to a terrorist attack.

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Dubuque favored in IIAC preseason poll

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Iowa Conference Coaches tabbed the Dubuque Spartans as the preseason favorite to win the conference race. The Spartans received four of the nine first place votes in the poll.

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Iowa wins exhibition game in Taipei

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Just hours after landing in Taipei the Iowa baseball team got right down to business, posting a 10-5 win over the Czech National Team in an exhibition contest Thursday afternoon. The Hawkeyes, representing team USA at the World University Games, got a pair of 3-run home runs out of Robert Neustrom to clinch the victory.

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Waterloo firefighters to hold annual Fill the Boot drive for MDA

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In 2016, they raised $21,000, thanks to the generosity of the Waterloo community. They hope to surpass that in 2017.  You can help them reach their goal by dropping a donation into their boots when you are out and about.

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Missouri Valley Tournament extends Scottrade Center agreement

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The Missouri Valley Conference exercised an option to keep the men's basketball tournament in Saint Louis through at least 2020. The previous agreement ended in 2018 with a two year to remain at the Scottrade Center. The tournament, known as Arch Madness, will conduct it's 30th straight tournament in Saint Louis in 2020.

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5K raises thousands for local officer battling cancer Video included

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The event raised more than $10,000 for Officer Scott Sterrett, who is battling cancer.

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UNI to charge for parking during 2017 football games

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The University of Northern Iowa announced it will start charging for parking during football games this season.  

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Downtown Waterloo construction gains momentum Video included

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Right now, downtown Waterloo has a few main construction projects going on, two being the Fourth Street pedestrian bridge and Highway 63 reconstruction projects. Both projects should be completed with in the next few months.

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Microbrewery to open in Dubuque's Millwork District Video included

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A unique microbrewery will soon open in Dubuque. 

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Stonewall Jackson descendants call for monument's removal

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Two men who identify themselves as the great-great-grandsons of Stonewall Jackson are calling for the removal of the statue of the Confederate general in Virginia's capital city.

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Country legend Shania Twain returning to Iowa

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Country lovers ready to have a little fun will have a golden opportunity soon, as Shania Twain has announced an Iowa stop on her Shania Now tour. 

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FDA OKs Pfizer drug for rare, fast-killing type of leukemia

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Pfizer's Besponsa was approved for patients with a type of advanced acute lymphoblastic leukemia. By then, life expectancy is low.

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Best Dam Run September 23 in downtown Waverly

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It's just about time for the annual Waverly Oktoberfest, and that means the Best Dam Run is on the schedule for September 23.

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With votes from the community, Waterloo's House of Hope could be awarded $25,000

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The two-year transitional housing program for homeless single mothers and their children is one of the 200 finalists, and the community can help in getting the grant money.

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14-year-old bicyclist struck and killed in eastern Iowa

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Authorities say a 14-year-old bicyclist died after she was struck by a car in eastern Iowa.

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VIDEO: Blue dogs roam the streets in India Video included

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    Some dogs in India look like a potential cast for Blue's Clues.   More>>

WATCH: Police chase llama across golf course Video included

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   Golf is normally a peaceful game, but some golfers got quite the surprise when a llama chasing a bear ran across the golf course!

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Iowa woman who tried to vote twice for Trump gets probation

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An Iowa woman charged with attempting to vote twice for Donald Trump last fall has been sentenced to two years of probation and a $750 fine.   

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Iowa City man faces assault charge after allegedly spitting on a police officer

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An Iowa City man is being charged with Assault on Peace Officers and Others after he allegedly spit on a police officer.  

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From carrots to diamonds: Ring found in garden after 13 years Video included

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A green thumb turns out to be lucky for one family in Canada.
 

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Iowa State responds to racist social media post Video included

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The picture shows 3 students in front of the Black Engineering Building with a racial slur in the caption.

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Police: Drunk driver hits "report drunk drivers" sign

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A drunk driver crashed into a sign warning him about drunk drivers.

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Maquoketa Fareway store home to top two grocery baggers in state Video included

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When it comes to getting your groceries into grocery bags fast, there are none faster than Trevor Deforest and Kevin Simmons. 

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President Trump signs bill, veterans get more help paying for college

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Veterans would get additional payments for completing science, technology and engineering courses.

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"All the respect in the world for her," Waterloo Columbus High's first female running back Video included

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An eastern Iowa football player is getting some attention. 

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No jackpot winner, Powerball grows to $510M

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The Powerball jackpot is still climbing.

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Iowa City School District looks to pass $191.5 million school bond Video included

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A massive school bond will be on the ballot for one community school district.

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UNI volleyball set for 2017 campaign Video included

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Bobbi Petersen believes in her Panthers. The UNI volleyball coach, now in her 18th year, cast her first place vote in the coaches' poll for her team. It was the only first place vote UNI received.

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UPDATE: Eastern Iowa man allegedly targeted by people posing as caretakers in theft ring Video included

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The Fayette County Sheriff's Office says six people are accused of scamming an eastern Iowa man through a theft ring. Two of the suspects are still on the loose.

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ISU's Niang signs with Golden State

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Former Iowa State All-American Georges Niang has inked a partially guaranteed deal with the Golden State Warriors. Niang had been looking for a team after being cut by Indiana following an injury during summer league games.

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Jewell, Welsh named pre-season All-Americans

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Iowa senior's Josey Jewell and Sean Welsh have been tabbed as second team All-Americans by Sports Illustrated.

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Neo-Nazi site's publisher says he's got no home on internet

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Neo-Nazi website publisher, Andrew Anglin, said he has "effectively been completely banned from the internet" after mocking the victim of a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.

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No 911 calls from landline phones in Colesburg

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People in the city of Colesburg are unable to dial 911 from their landlines if they have Windstream Telephone service.  

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European star Pettersen out of Solheim Cup with back injury

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Suzann Pettersen was hoping to move past the furor she fueled at the 2015 Solheim Cup by helping return the trophy to Europe. The 36-year-old Norwegian star’s balky back won’t let her get that opportunity. Pettersen announced Wednesday that she was pulling out of the biennial event.

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The Latest: Peaceful candlelight vigil moves through UVA campus

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Right now, hundreds are gathering on the University of Virginia campus for a peaceful candlelight vigil against hate and violence, days after Charlottesville erupted in chaos during a white nationalist rally.

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SeaWorld veterinarians euthanize sick orca

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SeaWorld says 42-year-old Kasatka had been battling lung disease in recent years.

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Hawk Alert: Strong armed robbery in Iowa City

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The University of Iowa issued a Hawk Alert for a strong armed robbery at the Clinton St. parking ramp.  

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Boil advisory for Westgate after main break

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The city of Westgate is under a boil advisory after a water main break.  

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Iowa's last statewide exchange insurer seeks higher hike

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The last health care insurance company to sell policies to individuals in Iowa through the Affordable Care Act says proposed increases to premium rates may be higher than once expected.  

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UPDATE: Man's death ruled homicide after May bar fight Video included

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The man's death has been ruled a homicide.

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Solar panels will help power drinking water stations in Cedar Rapids Video included

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The city of Cedar Rapids will be using solar panels to help power drinking water stations.  

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East High School taking part in new program to help incoming freshmen stay on track Video included

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School bells are just around the corner and staff members say this new program will help ease the transition for incoming freshmen, which can be tough.

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Wet underpass raises concern in Waterloo Video included

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A constantly soaked stretch of road is putting drivers passing through in dangerous situations. 

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The Latest: Now NY Governor wants Confederate names off NYC streets

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says it's time for the U.S. Army to rename two streets named for Confederate generals on an Army base in Brooklyn.

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On the homefront: Class educates on mental illness in veterans Video included

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A new class hopes to offer support and educate family members of veterans who struggle with mental illness in Eastern Iowa.

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Woman dies after serious burns

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A Waterloo woman who suffered serious burns after a bonfire accident has died.

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Central Iowa man faces federal child porn charges

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A man in central Iowa has been accused of persuading children to produce pornography that he could share. 

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Black County board rejects call for wind farm moratorium

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Black Hawk County supervisors have rejected calls for a temporary ban on wind farms.

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UNI student arrested for sexual assault

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According to online information from Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office, 24-year-old Donghyuk Kim is facing sexual abuse charges. 

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Wells Fargo taps first woman as chair of any top U.S. bank

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Wells Fargo has shaken up its board of directors, and it's making history in the banking industry.
 

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Pit bulls save young kids from poisonous snake

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In Florida, two young kids were saved by pit bulls when a poisonous snake slithered into a yard.
 

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Man stabbed at Iowa State Fair

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The Iowa State Patrol and the Des Moines Police Department are investigating a stabbing at the Iowa State Fair.

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Superintendent pleads not guilty in drunken driving case

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A northwest Iowa school superintendent is facing an October trial on accusations of drunken driving.

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WATCH: Goose flies to work with North Dakota farmer Video included

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Geese in North Dakota have people turning heads, along with their owner.  

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Governor stands by DOT license plate designer Video included

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The designer for Iowa's new license plates is speaking out, after getting hit with negative feedback. 

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Luther starts practicing on newly installed blue turf Video included

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Luther College's football team was cleared to get on their brand new blue turf Monday afternoon--they immediately held a practice on it. 

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More than 300 dead, 600 missing in Sierra Leone mudslides Video included

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Death toll in Sierra Leone mudslides expected to rise; more than 300 reported killed. More>>

Trump comments please, anger, then please hate group leaders

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President Donald Trump's denouncement of hate groups has disappointed and even angered some of the white nationalists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis who supported and felt emboldened by his presidential campaign. More>>

Plans for bridge to Angels Park Memorial Island move ahead Video included

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With a goal of making everyone welcome in the park, the City of Evansdale has given the green light to design and build a bridge to Angels Memorial Island Park on Meyer's Lake. 

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Warning: Graphic image in article - Man drives to hospital after nail shot into heart

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Doug Bergeson is ready to get back to work this week after surviving a June 25 ordeal that others might not have taken in such stride.

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Rudy Giuliani undergoes surgery after falling on vacation

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Giuliani had quadriceps tendon surgery after his "knee gave way" when he was walking on Sunday, the first day of his vacation.

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Entries, prizes coming in for officer's benefit 5K Thursday night

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The response has been overwhelming, but, there's still time to help an Officer in Need of Assistance this Thursday night, August 17, at 6:30 p.m.  

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Iowa City Public Library handing out eclipse glasses

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A limited-quantity of Solar Eclipse glasses are up for grabs this weekend at the Iowa City Public Library. 

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Move-in days begin for new University of Iowa students Video included

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All of the black and gold colors has it feeling like it's fall on the University of Iowa campus as new students start to move into the residence halls.

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Safety council: Motor vehicle deaths dip slightly in 2017

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It says there were 18,689 motor vehicle deaths through June 30. That's 250 fewer deaths, or a 1 percent decline, from the period in 2016.

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Gov. Reynolds criticizes planned UI and ISU tuition increases

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University officials have proposed the increases following declines in state funding.

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Elvis fans upset over Graceland vigil fee

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For the first time in nearly four decades, Elvis Presley fans who visit Graceland this week to commemorate the anniversary of his death will have to pay $28.75 to walk past his grave. Many fans are not happy.

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Senator Ernst holds town hall in Washington County Video included

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As part of her 99 county tour, Ernst arrived at the Washington High School Auditorium and immediately began taking questions from the crowd. 

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Emails uncover council battle over Waterloo Convention Center Video included

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Conflicts between Waterloo city council members emerge after city emails were uncovered, revealing friction over a multi-million dollar renovation project in eastern Iowa. 

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UPDATE: Dubuque girl dies from injuries after falling off bicycle Video included

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An eight-year-old girl has died after falling off her bicycle.  

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Can't find solar glasses? The Grout Museum has creative and safe ideas to view the eclipse Video included

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We are now less than a week away before the total solar eclipse and certified solar glasses are selling out fast. 

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VIDEO: Pit Bulls save kids from snake Video included

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When a poisonous snake slithered into a yard where two young children were playing, the family dogs came to the rescue. 

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UPDATE: Name released of teen hit by train in Linn County

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17-year-old Alexis Wood was hit by a train, dying at the scene. Wood is from Hudson. 

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The Latest: Trump blames 'both sides' for Charlottesville

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President Donald Trump says the groups protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "also very violent." Trump is calling those protesters the "alt-left."

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Pantone creates "Purple Rain" hue to honor Prince

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By The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - A shade of purple named for the late superstar Prince was announced Monday by the icon's estate.

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Tiger Woods DUI arrest: Golfer had 5 drugs in system, toxicology report shows

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There were five drugs in Tiger Wood's system when he was arrested in May, according to a toxicology report.

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Judge overturns murder sentence in ex-girlfriend's death

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A man convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend 17 years ago will get a new trial.  

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ISU Football's Hakeem Butler on Award Watch List

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Iowa State sophomore wide receiver Hakeem Butler was named to the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List, announced today by the selection committee comprised of journalists from the state of Texas.

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UNI Women top MVC Cross Country Preseason Poll

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The University of Northern Iowa women's cross country team has been picked to repeat as Missouri Valley Conference champions after a vote of the head coaches
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New shade of purple to honor Prince

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Pantone, the company that standardizes colors, has announced a new hue to honor the late entertainer, Prince. 

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Certain people may not be able to reach 911 in Fayette County

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 Instead, if you have an emergency, call 563-422-6067 and hit option 7.

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Iowa woman gets life sentence in Omaha cold case killing

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A 42-year-old Iowa woman who was convicted of killing her romantic rival has been sent to a Nebraska prison for life. 

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Third man arrested in connection with Waterloo ATM burglaries

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Waterloo Police Captain Dave Mohlis says a third person has been arrested after a string of break-ins apparently geared towards stealing ATMs earlier this year.

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Five drugs found in Tiger Woods' system on day of arrest

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Tiger Woods was found to have five drugs in his system when he was arrested in May of this year. 

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Man pleads guilty in Iowa jail escape that killed deputy

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 A judge has accepted the guilty pleas of a man charged with killing a sheriff's deputy and wounding another while escaping from an Iowa jail.   

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Dept. of Homeland Security in Dyersville

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According to Dyersville police, the 100 block of 2nd street SE was blocked off this morning.  

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Phone app helps Frederika cafe catch burglars Video included

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Three people are arrested after a string of break-ins. And now, a phone app is helping police catch the suspects. 

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Protesters topple Confederate statue Video included

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Seconds after the monument fell, protesters began kicking the crumpled bronze monument.

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Car fire spreads to garage near Peosta, causes $100,000 in damage

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A fire that started in a vehicle and spread to a garage caused about $100,000 in damage, the Dubuque County Sheriff's Office said.

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Car plunges into Mississippi River, driver survives Video included

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A woman survived after her car went into the Mississippi River in Lansing on Monday.

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Updated: Intel CEO also resigns from Trump council

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Kevin Plank's announcement comes after Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier announced he was leaving President Trump's business advisory board, after Saturday's violent confrontation between white supremacists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, VA.

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Cedar Valley vigil held for Virginia victims Video included

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The effects of a rally and a protest that turned deadly are still being felt across the country. 

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The Latest: "Highly probable" driver on drugs who drove into French pizzeria; one dead

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  A13-year-old girl was killed and her younger brother received life-threatening injuries when the driver steered his car into a pizzeria east of Paris.

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Man found guilty of murder, robbery in Key West home invasion

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A man is found guilty of First Degree Murder and First Degree Robbery.  

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Casey's General Stores helping Muscular Dystrophy Association through pinup sales at 495 Iowa stores

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From August 1 to August 31, Casey’s General Stores are selling pinups for a $1, $5 or a larger contribution that offer customers the opportunity to help send more than 70 local kids to MDA Summer Camp at Camp Courageous in Monticello, Iowa.

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The Latest: N. Korea leader briefed on plans for missile tests near Guam

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North Korea said Tuesday that leader Kim Jong Un was briefed on his military’s plans to launch missiles into waters near Guam as part of an effort to create “enveloping fire” near the U.S. military hub in the Pacific.

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Hawkeye Basketball finishes European Tour unbeaten

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Tyler Cook and Luka Garza posted double-doubles to lead the University of Iowa men’s basketball team to an 88-49 triumph over the Vicenza All-Stars Monday evening.

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UPDATE: Waterloo votes on project to re-time traffic lights Video included

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Conducting a traffic study and re-timing the traffic signals would cost nearly $194,000.

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Officials considering tearing down 100-year-old City Hall after arson case Video included

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Clarksville city council members have a big decision whether to knock down their 100-year-old building after it was intentionally set on fire.

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Dubuque man pleads guilty to role in bank robbery, selling heroin

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An eastern Iowa man accused of robbing an area bank pleaded guilty in federal court today. He also admitted to possessing a gun as a felon and selling heroin that caused an overdose.

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Jury sides with Taylor Swift in groping lawsuit

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Taylor Swift has won long-awaited vindication after a jury decided that a radio host groped her during a pre-concert photo op four years ago.

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Man loses control of motorcycle, crashes into ditch near Wadena

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A man loses control of his motorcycle, crashing into a ditch. 

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Police: Girl, 8, killed as car plows into French pizzeria

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French police say an 8-year-old girl was killed and at least five people were injured when a driver slammed his car into the sidewalk cafe of a pizza restaurant in a small town east of Paris. 

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Major renovations to Dubuque Senior High School for new school year Video included

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A crew of 200 construction workers are putting the finishing touches on upgrades at Dubuque Senior High School. 

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WWE: Pro wrestler Ric Flair out of surgery and resting

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World Wrestling Entertainment says pro wrestling legend Ric Flair is out of surgery and resting after being hospitalized.

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Iowa man accused of sexually abusing teen

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A 34-year-old man is behind bars tonight after police say he sexually abused a teen and held her against her will.

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TRACKING: Rainy start to the week, storms possible today

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A warm front will track into the state bringing showers and thunderstorms to the KWWL viewing area.

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"It's comical", scammer threatens police chief

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An eastern Iowa police chief helps an area woman after she got a phone call claiming she owned money to a banking institution.

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Experiments, ice cream launched to space station

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A SpaceX capsule is rocketing to the International Space Station -- carrying a few tons of research, plus ice cream.

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Deb Berry on her new role as KBBG Executive Director

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Deb Berry, former Iowa State Representative from Waterloo, is the new President and Executive Director of KBBG Radio. Berry took time to talk about her new role on The Steele Report, which aired Sunday on KWWL.  

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Police looking for suspects in downtown Dubuque building break-ins

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Police in Dubuque say a group of people broke into a downtown Dubuque building and caused nearly $900 in damage.

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Winking Owls & Wine fundraiser at Cedar Valley Arboretum and Botanic Gardens

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The Cedar Valley Arboretum and Botanic Gardens is preparing for their Winking Owls & Wine fundraiser.

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Stunt driver dies while filming "Deadpool 2" in Vancouver

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Vancouver police say a female stunt driver for the movie "Deadpool 2" has died in a crash during filming.

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Driver thrown from car after losing control on Hwy 20

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Three people had to be taken to Covenant Medical Center in Waterloo, after a one car crash.

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Iowa teacher installs blue light filters for a calming classroom Video included

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A Kennedy High School Language Arts & U.S. Humanities teacher has added blue light filters to her classroom.  

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President Trump condemns KKK, neo-Nazis as ‘thugs’

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President Donald Trump is saying that “racism is evil” as he condemns the KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists as “criminals and thugs.”

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National journalism honor for Waterloo West grad

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A Waterloo native, who's now an assistant professor in Michigan, has received a national honor.

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$1M Iowa Lottery prize claimed by Texas resident

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A Texas man who graduated from high school in Denison has won a $1 million prize from the Iowa Lottery. 

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Designer defends options for new Iowa vehicle license plates

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The graphic designer of the new Iowa license plate options has expressed her disappointment and frustration with some critics of the designs.

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How to safely watch the solar eclipse

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Eye specialists at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics offer tips on how to safely watch the solar eclipse on August 21st. 

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UPDATE: Iowa Fireworks delivers check to veterans Video included

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UPDATE: Americans for Independent Living has received a $2,400 check from Iowa Fireworks Company.   

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GoDaddy boots neo-Nazi site after post on protest violence

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A leading neo-Nazi website is losing its internet domain host after its publisher posted an article mocking the woman who was killed in a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia. 

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UPDATE: Iowa City Police find missing woman

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Iowa City Police say they found Hoffman.

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Designer defends options for new Iowa vehicle license plates

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 The graphic designer of the new Iowa license plate options has expressed her disappointment and frustration with some critics of the designs.   

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Morning fire closes Iowa City landfill

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According to the The City of Iowa City Government Facebook page, the Iowa City landfill and Recycling Center is currently closed because of an early-morning fire. 

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State Fair straw poll: Reynolds, Boulton lead governor races, pork chop tops favorite foods

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After four days of the Iowa Secretary of State's annual State Fair Straw Poll, Governor Kim Reynolds and Democratic challenger Nate Boulton are the leading vote-getters in the race for governor. 

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SpaceX launching research to space station -- plus ice cream

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An unmanned Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to blast off at 12:31 p.m. Monday from Florida's Kennedy Space Center.

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WATCH: Daycare worker tosses child Video included

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The daycare says the worker was fired.

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Iowa school superintendent accused of drunken driving

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A northwest Iowa school superintendent has been accused of drunken driving.

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Former Iowa City mayor announces campaign for governor

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Ross Wilburn, an educator, administrator and former mayor of Iowa City, today announced that he will seek the 2018 Democratic nomination for Iowa governor to return the state to best-in-the nation status in health, education and opportunity. 

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Trial set for teacher accused of not reporting abuse

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A November trial has been scheduled for a Marion kindergarten teacher accused of not reporting that a 15-year-old classroom volunteer sexually abused her students.

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Body of fallen Marine returned to his home in Iowa Video included

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Remembering a fallen hero from Iowa. The body of a Marine is home. 

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TRACKING: Chance of storms, more humid this week

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Becoming more humid this week with several chances of storms.

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Congressman and Senator react to Virginia attack

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Senator Charles Grassley and Congressman Rod Blum have both reacted to to the incident in Virginia, via social media.

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3 shot dead at auto racing event Video included

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The three men were shot by another man at point-blank range near a food vendor.

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Cramped Quarters: Jesup looks to new emergency services facility Video included

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The city of Jesup is building a new emergency services facility to house both ambulance and fire departments under one roof. 

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Driver dies in fiery crash

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A driver is dead after flipping their vehicle, and it started on fire. 

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Authorities investigate inmate death in Clinton County jail

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Iowa authorities are investigating the death of an inmate in the Clinton County jail. 

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Community rallies behind Cedar Falls officer with cancer Video included

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The community and the Cedar Falls Police Department have been behind Sterrett since he was diagnosed earlier this year. From bake sales to 5K's the community is standing with Sterrett.

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Body found in rural Webster County

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The Iowa Department of Public Safety says the body was found Saturday in a rural area east of Clare.

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White nationalist: I'm not an angry racist

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A Charlottesville hospital says many of the patients injured after a car drove into a crowd of protesters at a white nationalist rally are improving.

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Passenger dies in crash

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1 dead, 1 cited for drunk driving

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Triplet calves born in Iowa

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According to a story shared on our Facebook page, triplet calves were born in Epworth. 

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