Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa plans to close its store in the Crossroads Center area, and build a new one.For the last 5-6 years Goodwill has been working towards getting away from leased facilities and towards owning their own facilities. The current store in one of the older units in the area, and is very dated, according to a Goodwill employee. There is also current concerns with security issues and safety problems. The store will be less square footage, but according to Chris Hars... More>>
A plane made an emergency landing in Black Hawk county Saturday evening after experiencing engine trouble. More>>
A planned equipment update in Cedar Falls will cause low water pressure for some on Sunday. More>>
The mother of one of two girls abducted from an Evansdale lake has pleaded guilty to drug charges. More>>
An eastern Iowa Republican group called a recent Facebook post by a local Democratic group on a social media site "offensive," and the Democratic group apologized this week. More>>
Doug Francis sums up the popular phrase from this week: "It is hot." More>>
It's only right to go All Knight -- that's the slogan -- figuratively, and literally -- painted all over the town of Waverly as it anxiously awaits cyclists. More>>
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>>
A Prairie Walk and Talk will be going through the Cedar Hills Sand Prairie.
The Waterloo Municipal Band will play their final concert of the season on Thursday, July 24. More>>
Some Waterloo students will find internet fame singing in a video that will premier at the Glasgow 2014 United Commonwealth Games in the United Kingdom. More>>
\Local 4-H clubs are stepping up support for the Northeast Iowa Food Bank at the Black Hawk County Fair. More>>
It's extremely hot outside and some people can't afford or don't have air conditioning.
Waterloo Fire and Rescue crews were called to Black Hawk Creek, just off of Falls Avenue, early Tuesday afternoon after a car was found floating in the water. More>>
The Black Hawk County 4-H and FFA Fair starts this week in Waterloo.
The University of Northern Iowa is bringing back its annual homecoming parade this year after a seven-year break. More>>
As the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa rolls on, Monday featured one of the shortest legs along the route. That's a good thing considering the heat.
Last year at this time, Donald Constable of Minnesota was struggling mightily in his first year on the PGA tour. On Sunday, Constable won the Waterloo Open championship and the $55,000 first place prize in a playoff with Jeffery Kellen of Oklahoma.
Waterloo area residents are being encouraged to apply to be volunteer police officers.
During extensive endurance training, an athlete needs proper nutrition before, during and after the workout. Carbohydrates, fat and protein are essential in meeting three main goals:
1. Provide calories
2. Restore glycogen
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RAGBRAI riders are ready to roll out of Western Iowa Sunday to start the big ride across Iowa. More>>
Barbeque lovers from all over brought their appetites to Lincoln Park downtown Waterloo. More>>
Registration is underway for the 2014 Irish Fest 5k Walk Run, set for Saturday, August 2, in downtown Waterloo. Participants can register online until July 31 at SignMeUp.com/98690, or by visiting the Irish Fest website at IowaIrishFest.com. The early registration period has concluded, so registration is now $25.00. After the online registration ends July 31, walk/run participants will need to register in person. The 4th annual Irish Fest 5k Walk and Run is just part of the Irish Fest weeken... More>>
Police need your help to find and identify four men caught on surveillance video burglarizing and vandalizing Burton Avenue Baptist Church in Waterloo. Two of the suspects are identified as 21-year-old Taylor Gray and 20-year-old Jalan Culpepper. More>>
Brent Johnson, owner of Bike Tech in Cedar Falls, has been working around the clock for months.He said RAGBRAI is the busiest time of year for his business doing tune-ups, repairs and selling bikes.Johnson is also going to work with one of ten official RAGBRAI repair trailers that'll help riders on the route."Pretty much everything we do here at the store is what we can see out there, so it's trying to pack a mobile repair department inside a pick-up truck," he said.Johnson said he's prepared... More>>
Waterloo officials may soon consider a proposal that would allow authorities to seize vehicles used in certain crimes and hold them until the owners pay a fine. More>>
Linda Nebbe has been rehabilitating animals for decades, but said she's never seen an albino barred owl. More>>
Search warrants detail the items seized from the home of Shaun Hogan, a suspect in the murder of a Waterloo woman. According to the warrants, Crystal Gaffney's children were reportedly overheard saying they saw Hogan stab their mother. More>>
A former hospital employee admits she took a photo of a naked patient in Covenant Hospital's emergency room. More>>
RAGBRAI kicks off Sunday with bike riders making their way across the state to the Mississippi River. For the first time in 15 years, Waverly is hosting an overnight stop. The 20,000 RAGBRAI participants will triple the size of the community. The Waverly Health Center is gearing up for the town's overnight stop. More>>
The Iowa Court of Appeals has denied Daniel Morrissey's appeal of his 90-year prison sentence on drug-related charges. More>>
UPDATE: Waterloo police say as of Wednesday morning, Juwon Culpepper has been found. More>>
More than 150 tractors will roll into Waverly this week as part of the 7th annual North Iowa Tractor Ride.The ride, presented by Auto Edge of Mason City and hosted by North Iowa Broadcasting, begins on Thursday, July 17th with registration at Waverly-Shell Rock Senior High School in Waverly.Students with the Future Farmers of America (FFA) will host the riders and raise money for their school projects.The ride will tour some of the most scenic areas in Northeast Iowa, including winding back a... More>>
If you can't stand the heat, well, that's not really a problem. More>>
The Waterloo Police Department is honoring four area children for their role in a recent water rescue. More>>
Sartori Memorial Hospital will host a 100th Anniversary Tea Party on August 27. More>>
A minor was taken into custody after an apparent retaliation from a July 4 incident in which the suspect himself was shot in the back of the leg. More>>
A Waterloo man who was convicted and served decades for killing a man for a gambling debt and had his sentence commuted by the governor got out of prison today. More>>
After nine years and thousands of volunteer hours, Rod Hamer still gives his time and heart to the American Red Cross.
Family and friends gathered Sunday night in Waterloo to honor the life of Crystal Gaffney. More>>
The Hartman Reserve Nature Center is will host the traveling exhibit "Turtles: Secrets of the Shell." More>>
Hundreds of people got doused in color dye as the group celebrated the end of the Waterloo "Run or Dye" event. More>>
Sunday marks two years since Lyric Cook and Elizabeth Collins went missing during a bike ride at Meyers Lake in Evansdale. More>>
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