Students used hammers to crack open a cornerstone laid in 1961 and peer into a time capsule from a now-defunct eastern Iowa Catholic high school. More>>
The iconic baseball movie 'Field of Dreams' premiered 25 years ago, in 1989, and the movie's popularity and success still bring people to Dyersville. More>>
One Dubuque neighborhood is dealing with a shocking surprise it received this month, when a giant sinkhole swallowed up an entire portion of the street. More>>
Monday marks the 25th anniversary of the premiere of the "Field of Dreams" film, and it also was the day the Field of Dreams' movie site owner announced the film's star would be returning to the site in June. More>>
The Mississippi River in Dubuque, measured at the railroad bridge, hit the 17-foot minor flood stage overnight between Saturday and Sunday. The National Weather Service predicts the river will crest sometime overnight between Monday and Tuesday at 17.5 feet and return below flood stage on Thursday. More>>
A Dubuque man is calling for state and local officials to help homeowners learn about sinkholes that might damage their property. More>>
An Easter tradition continued for many at Iowa's oldest restaurant Sunday.
The National Mississippi River Museum Aquarium will host their annual Blacksmith Days on May 3 & 4, 2014. More>>
Many Christians across eastern Iowa spent Friday commemorating the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ, as a part of Good Friday.
A group of 10 people jumped in the Mississippi River Thursday evening together - for a cause. More>>
Dubuque police announced Thursday morning one of the drivers involved in a two-vehicle crash Saturday night has died. More>>
At precisely 10:30 a.m. Thursday, students in a global studies class at Dubuque's Washington Middle School took to social media to generate a storm of support for Homacho, Ethiopia. More>>
Lawmakers are responding to dozens of families who have legally adopted children that are stuck in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). More>>
Loras College in Dubuque received a real estate donation from Dr. John and Cheryl Whalen. More>>
The University of Dubuque has announced their 2012-2015 Live at the Heritage Center Performing Art Series. More>>
Actor Kevin Costner will pay Dyersville a visit to mark the 25th anniversary of the film 'Field of Dreams,' much of which was shot in Dyersville, Dubuque and Galena, Ill.. More>>
One member of the Kennedy Elementary School band in Dubuque brings a certain maturity to his playing. More>>
At an upcoming town hall meeting in Dubuque, a panel of individuals affected by substance abuse will share their stories and discuss the dangers the problem poses to the community. More>>
The city of Dubuque is exploring the possibility of teaming up with the Dubuque Community School District on building an indoor aquatic center. More>>
An Illinois man convicted of shooting a Dubuque police lieutenant in 2009 will get a new sentencing hearing, according to the Iowa Court of Appeals. More>>
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Tuesday it and the city of Dubuque have signed a voluntary compliance agreement to correct housing policies that HUD says discriminate against the black community. More>>
A large fire Sunday lasting into Monday morning destroyed the Slumberland furniture store in Prairie du Chien, Wis., and left several surrounding businesses heavily damaged by smoke and water. More>>
A fire destroyed a barn and heavily damaged nearby buildings Saturday evening in Dubuque County.
Dubuque Retirement Community, a senior living facility, has changed its name to Eagle Pointe Place to "reflect its refreshed commitment to enriching the life of the residents that it serves," the company said. More>>
A disease dangerous to bats has resurfaced, this time in Wisconsin. More>>
Many small business owners across eastern Iowa use the Internet as a way to expand their product. But the Internet has prompted one family-owned eastern Iowa business to give up on the traditional storefront altogether to focus on Internet sales. More>>
A new convenience store is now open for business in downtown Dubuque. More>>
An anonymous donor has helped fund the establishment of a polling center at Loras College in Dubuque. More>>
Officials in Dubuque are considering building overpasses above railroads to prevent long disruptions, such as earlier this week when mechanical issues caused train cars to block downtown streets for hours. More>>
The process of adopting a child can be a bumpy ride.But for hundreds of families, including at least a dozen in Iowa, the international adoption process has been a nightmare. More>>
One person is dead after sheriff's deputies say drunk driver hit a person walking along Highway 20 in Dubuque County. More>>
Farmers all across eastern Iowa are gearing up to plant their crops in the coming weeks.
The City of Dubuque Engineering Department is seeking public input on two proposed railroad overpass projects in downtown Dubuque.
Asbury is booming, thanks in part to the economic development efforts in the greater Dubuque area. More>>
The 61 Drive-In Theatre in Jackson County is set to open on Friday. More>>
A Dubuque medical group has donated $150,000 to help high school students pursue careers in health care. More>>
The City of Dubuque's Health Services Department wants to find a dog after a reported bite Monday afternoon. More>>
The Dubuque Police Department responded Wednesday night to two reports of shots fired. More>>
Dubuque bar Players Club is battling a bad reputation, following a shooting in November and, most recently, a brawl early Sunday morning that led to the arrest of six people.
Two Iowa men have been sentenced to federal prison for separate child pornography convictions. More>>
The third ever Julien Dubuque International Film Festival is approaching, running from April 23-27. More>>
The filing deadline for individual tax returns is now about two weeks away, on April 15. There is free help available for people still working on their taxes.
Dubuque police officers responded to two reports of fights early Sunday morning. . More>>
The Living Green Farm Home Show took place at the Dubuque County Fairgrounds in Dubuque on Saturday.
Dubuque fire crews rescued a 12-year-old boy from an icy pond in Dubuque Saturday afternoon.
The Dubuque County Sheriff's Office is investigating a string of daytime home burglaries in the St. Catherine area, off U.S. Highway 52 in Dubuque County. More>>
Barge traffic on the upper Mississippi River is now nearly a month behind normal schedule because of ice. More>>
A reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest of a person or persons involved in a string of burglaries in Dubuque County. More>>
The cold and snowy winter has left some eastern Iowa winery owners getting a late start in pruning their vines for this grape growing season. More>>
The Cedar Valley Infertility Support Group held their second annual open house Monday night at Allen College in Waterloo. KWWL's Shelley Russell was the emcee at the event Monday, for the group that, along with support, lends advice and options to couples that may be experiencing infertility."The infertility journey can be a very isolating experience sometimes it's hard to understand what you're going through." Said Andrea Dellit, the facilitator of the group. "Is it normal? Are other people... More>>
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