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Waterloo police look for robbery suspects

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Waterloo Police are looking for multiple robbery suspects.
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Gov. Nixon taking National Guard out of Ferguson Video included

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Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old nearly... More>>

Dubuque mom pleads for help to bring missing daughter home Video included

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A Dubuque mom is pleading for help to bring her missing daughter home. 15-year-old Savannah Martins ran away from her home in Dubuque on August 11th. More>>

Thunder in the Valley II ready to take flight in Waterloo Video included

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A popular air show is expected to draw tens of thousands of people to the Waterloo Regional Airport this weekend. More>>

Health Plus: Immunization Video included

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August is National Immunization Awareness Month, a time in which doctors especially stress the importance of immunizing children.

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More than 2,000 without power in Waterloo

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MidAmerican Energy says more than 2,000 people in Waterloo and the surrounding areas are without power.
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ALS family speaks out about "Ice Bucket Challenge" Video included

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The Iowa Chapter of the ALS Association estimates there are only 250 Iowans with ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease.People with ALS will often times be able to think clearly, but not be able to communicate or move the way they'd like to because the disease leaves the mind alone, but kills off the muscles. More>>

Dubuque volunteer shares emotional story at United Way kickoff breakfast Video included

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The United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States marked the kickoff to its 2014-15 campaign at a breakfast Thursday morning. More>>

American Ebola doc: 'I am thrilled to be alive'

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Calling it a "miraculous day," an American doctor infected with Ebola left his isolation unit and warmly hugged his doctors and nurses on Thursday, showing the world that he poses no public health threat one month after... More>>

Evansdale Police start dedicated Lyric and Elizabeth web page Video included

Elizabeth Collins, left, and Lyric Cook Elizabeth Collins, left, and Lyric Cook
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An eastern Iowa agency has created a new web page to keep the public updated on a high-profile case where two girls were abducted and killed. More>>

Hawkeye running back named to offensive award watch list

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Hawkeye running back Damon Bullock has been added to the 2014 Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List. More>>

Dubuque's United Way launches Dolly Parton Imagination Library

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The United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States is launching a program called the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. More>>

Donor gives $180,000 to expand reading in Dyersville, Maquoketa

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An anonymous donor gave $180,000 to The Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque to expand the Dubuque Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in two rural communities. More>>

US judge strikes down Florida gay marriage ban

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A federal judge on Thursday declared Florida's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, joining judges across the country who have sided with gay couples wishing to tie the knot. More>>

Herkys will soon come off parade, go up for auction

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If you haven't made it around to all the Herky on Parade statues yet, time is running out. More>>

Ice bucket challenge goes awry, firefighters hurt

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Two firefighters were injured while using their fire truck ladder to help a college marching band take part in an ice bucket challenge, the school's president said Thursday. More>>

Hawkeye Marching Band tries out new $15 million facility

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The University of Iowa marching band is trying out a new, $15 million indoor facility for the first time after stormy weather blew through Iowa City this week. More>>

St. Louis police release video of shooting

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The St. Louis police chief has released 911 audio, surveillance video and cellphone video of the fatal shooting of a knife-wielding man, acknowledging that tensions in nearby Ferguson have created a need for greater... More>>

New restrictions on hydrocodone to take effect

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The federal government is finalizing new restrictions on hundreds of medicines containing hydrocodone, the highly addictive painkiller that has grown into the most widely prescribed drug in the U.S. More>>

Arlington man sentenced to 4 years for fraud loses appeal

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A northeast Iowa man sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison for fabricating grain elevator scale tickets and bankruptcy fraud has lost his sentence appeal. More>>

4 injured in Clayton County ATV rollover

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The Iowa State Patrol says a man, two teenage girls and a 12-year-old boy have been injured in an all-terrain vehicle rollover in Clayton County. More>>

Police: Cedar Rapids man sold synthetic marijuana from store

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A Cedar Rapids man is charged with maintaining a drug-involved premises. More>>

Dubuque man accused of selling crack from his candy store

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A Dubuque man could spend the rest of his life in federal prison, accused of selling crack cocaine from his candy store. More>>

Arson at Luxemburg gas station

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The Dubuque County Sheriff's Office is investigating a break-in and arson case at Moser's Gas Station in Luxemburg.Dubuque/Jo Daviess Crime Stoppers says the New Vienna Fire Department was called to a fire at the business at 4:50 a.m. Monday. An employee discovered the fire at the beginning of the work day.Minimal damage was reported, but the Dubuque County Sheriff's Office believes someone broke into the business just before the employee arrived and intentionally set the fire.Anyone with inf... More>>

NEW: Mayor accused of sexual abuse bonded out of jail

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Oelwein mayor Jason Manus, accused of sexually abusing children, has bonded out of jail. More>>

'Green Bridge' in Waverly to temporarily close next week

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City officials in Waverly say the "Green Bridge," located on 3rd Street SE, will be closed on Thursday, Aug. 28 beginning at 9 a.m. More>>

Ebola patient leaves hospital, no public risk

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A doctor at the hospital that treated two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa says their discharge poses no public health risk. More>>

Slight risk of severe storms Thursday in northeast Iowa

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A warm front will be the main force behind the slight chance of severe storms today. More>>

City of Cedar Rapids inspects bridges Thursday

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The City of Cedar Rapids continues to check city bridges Thursday, as part of the week-long bridge inspection process that began Monday, August 18. More>>

378 People 'Pay it Forward' at one Starbucks location

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A woman started an act of kindness chain that lasted for hours at a Starbucks drive-thru in Florida. More>>

Ohio Catholic diocese discourages ice bucket challenge, wants money to go to Iowa

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A Roman Catholic diocese in southwest Ohio is urging its school leaders not to encourage the ice-bucket challenge for the ALS Association because donations could fund research involving embryonic stem cells. More>>

U.S. doctor infected with Ebola to be released today

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Emory University Hospital says it will hold a news conference today to talk about the new information. More>>

Holder says he understands mistrust of police Video included

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Attorney General Eric Holder sought Wednesday to reassure the people of Ferguson about the investigation into Michael Brown's death and said he understands why many black Americans do not trust police, recalling how he... More>>

Summer learning loss prevented through Dubuque program

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St. Mark Youth Enrichment in Dubuque provided summer learning assistance to more than 100 students entering first through fifth grades, and the results were positive. More>>

School administrators explain heat-related closings Video included

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When classes are canceled because of heat, school administrators say they're ready to implement a communication plan to notify parents which includes notifications via email and cell phone. More>>

Eastern Iowa farmers hoping for rain for dry crops Video included

The end of this ear of corn is stunted due to a lack of moisture The end of this ear of corn is stunted due to a lack of moisture
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Iowa's secretary of agriculture Bill Northey says eastern Iowa is the driest part of the state right now. More>>

Two injured in car crash

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Two people were injured Wednesday evening in a car crash. More>>

Cleanup follows heavy storms in Phoenix area

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Residents began cleaning up Wednesday from devastating flooding that slammed Arizona a day earlier, trapping people in vehicles and homes and destroying up to $2 million worth of inventory at a cactus nursery north of... More>>

Beheading spurs new attacks on Islamic militants

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The United States launched a new barrage of airstrikes Wednesday against the Islamic State extremist group that beheaded American journalist James Foley and that has seized a swath of territory across Iraq and Syria.... More>>

Picture emerges of officer in Ferguson shooting

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A white police officer whose shooting death of an unarmed black 18-year-old ignited racial upheaval in a St. Louis suburb has been characterized as either an aggressor whose deadly gunfire constituted a daylight execution... More>>

Police asking for help identifying suspected credit card thief

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Police say the man in the attached pictures is suspected of stealing and using another person's credit card at a convenience store in Cedar Rapids' northwest side in the morning of July 25. More>>

Iowa farmers honored with environmental award

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88 families won the Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Award at the State Fair.

The award is sponsored by Gov. Branstad, the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. It recognizes the efforts of farmers protecting water and soil quality.


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Cedar Rapids man going to federal prison on gun charge

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A Cedar Rapids man is headed to federal prison for illegally having a firearm. More>>

New program helps new and experienced teachers in Iowa Video included

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Vicki Pitstick has been teaching for eight years but knows there's always new ways to help students so she's working with an instructional strategist, which is basically a coach for a teacher. They go over how students are doing and find ways to help them improve. It's part of the new  Teacher Leader Program in the Linn-Mar Community School District, which puts more teachers in leadership positions.  More>>

Japan-U.S. business conference hosted in Iowa

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The 2014 Midwest U.S.-Japan Association Conference will be hosted in Des Moines. More>>

Glitch meant extra unemployment checks; staff told to stay quiet

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Internal emails show Iowa's workforce agency provided unemployment benefits earlier this year to people who didn't seek them and that staff was urged to stay quiet about what had happened. More>>

Judge reverses courtroom photo ban on West Union paper

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A judge has reversed a ban that prohibited an Iowa news photographer from publishing photos taken at a courthouse. More>>

UPDATE: Waterloo Schools hire 89 new teachers through grant

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Waterloo Schools announced Wednesday they have hired 89 new teachers for the 2014-15 school year. More>>

Citizens group sues to stop new livestock water quality rules

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A citizens group opposed to new rules approved Tuesday by the Iowa commission regulating water quality has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to stop implementation of the rules. More>>

Quick and easy toast toppers

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Toast is a quick, easy, economical, nutritious and kid-friendly breakfast. Adding toppings to the toast will elevate classic breakfast staple to a new level.
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Former UNI Panther Ali Farokhmanesh headed to Nebraska

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Former UNI Panther basketball player Ali Farokhmanesh is headed back to the Midwest, but this time in red. More>>

UPDATE: ALS donations jump up $30M after ice bucket challenges

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The so-called ice bucket challenge is being credited for the near $8 million jump in donations to the ALS Association.The ALS Association says it received $9.5 million in donations compared to $1.6 million during the same time period last year (July 29 to August 15). During those two and half weeks, the association saw 184,812 new donors.The ice bucket challenge has been pushing awareness to ALS as well as donation. Challengers pour a bucket of ice water over one's head and then call on other... More>>

Iowa boy declared 20th safe haven baby

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Officials with the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) are using the state's safe haven procedures for the 20th time since the law went into effect in 2001. More>>

Last 4 hostages freed in armed standoff at home in Chicago suburb; 2 men in custody

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says the last four hostages have been released unharmed to end a standoff with two armed men in a southern Chicago suburb. More>>

Wartburg receives $2 million for endowment and housing renovation

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Wartburg College has received a $2 million gift that will help renovate a first-year residence hall and build the college’s endowment.The gift from includes farmland, machinery and more than $300,000.  More>>

Waverly Health Center recognized with national designation

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For the past six years Waverly Health Center has been working towards achieving Magnet Recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).On Tuesday, Waverly Health Center was granted the recognition, making it the first independent Critical Access Hospital in the country to obtain the designation.A Magnet recognition identifies an institution that attracts and retains nurses and recognizes healthcare organizations for patient care, nursing excellence and a positive work environ... More>>

Man, daughter charged with locking Iowa man in grain bin

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A South Dakota man and his daughter from California face kidnapping charges after allegedly locking the woman's husband in a grain bin in Iowa following a domestic dispute. More>>

Iowa State University runs out of dorm space for students

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Iowa State University has turned away more than 200 applications for on-campus living due to a housing shortage. More>>

Crawford County authorities investigating possible abduction

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Authorities are investigating the events surrounding a disappearance and possible abduction after a teenage girl was missing for more than 14 hours.
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Police Chief resigns, accused of unethical spending Video included

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In the wake of allegations that he was misusing city money, Dunkerton Chief of Police Tim Schultz has resigned. More>>

Two children among hostages inside Chicago-area home

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Two adults and two children are still being held in a home in suburban Illinois by two men who are armed. More>>

Climate change could mean more ticks & mosquitoes in Iowa

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Along with weather extremes including floods and drought, experts say a warmer Iowa climate also could boost the population of ticks, mosquitoes and fire ants and make poison ivy more potent. More>>

Semi-Tractor Caught Fire

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New London Fire and Rescue were called to the 2100-grid of Highway 34, eastbound for a semi-tractor that caught fire. The fire was caused by a malfunctioning electrical system near the battery. The driver of the semi-tractor, Demarcus Davis was not injured. The semi-tractor has severe fire and smoke damage, while the trailer and contents were not harmed. More>>

Iowa City street to be permanently converted to two-way traffic

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Drivers in Iowa City might have to expect delays due to construction. More>>

Ferguson shooting shows why Iowa City Police use body camera Video included

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A renewed focus is being put on police transparency. With all eyes on Ferguson, the push to have officers wear body cameras is increasing.  More>>

Boys & Girls Club of Cedar Rapids raises $160k through Fish-O-Rama

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The Boys & Girls Club of Cedar Rapids raised a record of more than $160,000 this year through its annual Fish-O-Rama event. More>>

UI Hospitals and Clinics offering free skin cancer screenings

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Dermatologists from the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics will be offering a free skin cancer screening Saturday, August 23 in Kalona as part of the 2014 Courage Ride. More>>

Dubuque's unions name grand marshal for annual Labor Day parade

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Dubuque's annual Labor Day parade celebrates the Key City's labor union-rich history and present. More>>

Waterloo teens claim top spots in Iowa State Fair yo-yo competition

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Two Waterloo teens took first and second place in the Advanced Freestyle class of the 2014 Iowa State Fair Yo-Yo competition. More>>

DNR says manure runoff killed fish in 12-mile stretch of tributary and creek

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says a runoff at a dairy farm has killed fish in a 12-mile stretch of an unnamed tributary and Mill Creek in Cherokee County.Tuesday the DNR said the manure discharge from Summit Dairy resulted in a fish kill reported on August 16.After investigating, the DNR says rain washed the manure from the facility over a soybean field into the tributary.Summit Dairy has since redirected the runoff to a basin and added a strip of land to prevent the runoff, but t... More>>

Smulekoff's explain decision to close Video included

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The family-owned business was one of the many flooded in 2008. The owners understand why flood protection is so important for the city, but they say a planned flood wall will push them out of this location. They'll no longer have the space to load and unload their trucks full of furniture. More>>

Dubuque converting one-way streets to two-way Video included

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Starting Monday, drivers on several roads in downtown Dubuque will have to look both ways before crossing the street - something they haven't had to do for decades on those particular thoroughfares. More>>

Some evacuees of Yosemite-area fire can go home

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Officials say they have gained the upper hand on a central California blaze in the foothills near Yosemite National Park that forced more than 1,000 residents to flee their homes. More>>

Gaza cease-fire efforts collapse in heavy fighting

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Egyptian attempts to broker an end to a monthlong war between Israel and Hamas collapsed in heavy fighting Tuesday, with Palestinian militants firing dozens of rockets and Israel responding with airstrikes across the Gaza... More>>

School zones: Police stress safety this week Video included

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Schools in northeast Iowa are back in session, and law enforcement officers are reminding people to be careful. More>>

Officer-involved shooting in St. Louis, Missouri

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A police officer was involved in a shooting Tuesday in St. Louis, about three miles from where Michael Brown was shot and killed, police confirmed to NBC News. More>>

UPDATE: Two men injured in Cedar Rapids shooting

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The Cedar Rapids Police Department has released the names of two men injured in a Monday night shooting on the city's southwest side. More>>

UPDATE: Names released in fatal Jones County crash

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The Jones County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a Springville man killed in a Monday night accident.

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After 125 years, Smulekoff's is closing

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A longtime furniture store with a catchy jingle is closing its doors after more than a century in business in downtown Cedar Rapids. More>>

Coming home: Former 'SNL' cast member announces Iowa shows

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Comedian, former SNL cast member, and Iowa native Brooks Wheelan has announced stand-up comedy shows in his home state.
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Free round of golf for all Iowa veterans in Linn County

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Cedar Rapids is offering all Iowa veterans a free round of golf as part of the first ever Patriot Golf Week. All active duty and honorably discharged veterans, retired National Guard and reserves are eligible to participate in the event. More>>

Shaun Hogan pleads not guilty in murder of Crystal Gaffney

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A Waterloo man accused of murdering his girlfriend in Linn County is pleading not guilty. 36-year-old Shaun Hogan faces first degree murder for the death of 29-year-old Crystal Gaffney. More>>

Clarke University adding new environmental studies major

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Clarke University in Dubuque announced plans to add an environmental studies major, starting in the fall of 2015. More>>

Hundreds support family of late toddler who died after falling from window

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A weekend fundraiser drew in about 400 people, according to friends of the McOmber family.Carter McOmber, 3, died after accidentally falling from a window in his Cedar Falls home in July.Friends of the family held a fundraiser to help with medical and funeral expenses."We raised enough to pay for a good portion of their expenses," said Lisa Ortner, a colleague and friend who helped organize the fundraiser.The fundraiser was held on Saturday at the UAW Hall in Waterloo.Last week, the McOmber f... More>>

Attendance down at Iowa State Fair

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The 2014 Iowa State Fair is in the books and now crews are working to clean up the fairgrounds and dismantle many of its attractions.Most of the stands will go into storage until next year's state fair.There were over 99,000 people who attended the last day of the fair. That brought the total fair attendance for 2014 to 1,015,092. That's down 32,136 attendees from the 2013 fair.The record attendance was set in 2008, when 1,109,150 people visited the Iowa State Fair. More>>

UPDATE: Boa constrictor found on Waterloo bridge has pneumonia Video included

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A UNI biology professor says the snake may not survive. More>>

Largest meth bust in Dyersville in recent years, say police

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Investigators with the Dubuque Drug Task Force located items commonly used in manufacturing methamphetamine in a Dyersville home Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Congressional hopefuls may face recognition challenge Video included

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Democrat Pat Murphy and Republican Rod Blum face the age-old question: what's in a name?Both are running for the open seat in Iowa's 1st Congressional District, and both are from Dubuque, and not well known outside the immediate area. More>>

Iowa DNR investigates second Lyon County fish kill

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Iowa Department of Natural Resources officials say aerial spraying has killed more fish and crawdads in Lyon County. More>>

Dyersville residents weighing in about proposed sidewalk

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Some eastern Iowans are weighing in about a proposed sidewalk in their neighborhood. Dyersville City Council wants to connect the new Dyersville Elementary School and Westside Park with a sidewalk. More>>

Rick Coleman: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Rick Coleman: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

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"Okay I've accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Bryan Goettel currently living in Washington DC, former KWWL Sports Anchor and Reporter. And I'm asking to accept the challenge --my good friend Brent Matthias current head baseball coach at Denver High School and Joe Surma who will be joning me this Fall on Friday Heroes and also the Hall-of -Famer--the wrestling official--Mike Allen. so guys you have 24 hours to step up to the challenge--right now I am going to accept a bucket over my he... More>>

UIHC ready to treat Ebola patients if needed Video included

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.From eastern Iowa, the Ebola outbreak seems far away and highly unlikely, but medical staff at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics say they are taking no chances. More>>

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