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  • Justin Andrews

    Justin Andrews

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    Justin joined KWWL in October 2013 as a reporter covering the Iowa City area.More >>
    Justin joined KWWL in October 2013 as a reporter covering the Iowa City area.More >>
  • Michelle Corless

    Michelle Corless

    I'm excited to join KWWL as a reporter in the Cedar Rapids newsroom.More >>
    I'm excited to join KWWL as a reporter in the Cedar Rapids newsroom.More >>
  • Michael Crowe

    Michael Crowe

    Michael is a native Iowan, and grew up in the Quad Cities. From there, he spent his undergraduate years at Luther College in Decorah, where he studied English with a writing emphasis.More >>
    Michael is a native Iowan, and grew up in the Quad Cities. From there, he spent his undergraduate years at Luther College in Decorah, where he studied English with a writing emphasis.More >>
  • Ally Crutcher

    Ally Crutcher

    From the Lone Star State to the Show Me State, I'm now happy to call the Cedar Valley my home!More >>
    From the Lone Star State to the Show Me State, I'm now happy to call the Cedar Valley my home!More >>
  • Lauren DeWitt

    Lauren DeWitt

    I grew up in Barrington, Ill., where I was bit by the journalism bug at a young age. During my high school years, I was a meteorologist for my high school's TV program "BHS-TV."More >>
    I grew up in Barrington, Ill., where I was bit by the journalism bug at a young age. During my high school years, I was a meteorologist for my high school's TV program "BHS-TV."More >>
  • Becca Habegger

    Becca Habegger

    In May of 2010, I found myself completing the state sandwich: I lived from eye-twinkle to teens in Minnesota, spent my college years at the University of Missouri and then got a reporting job with KWWL here in eastern Iowa.More >>
    In May of 2010, I found myself completing the state sandwich: I lived from eye-twinkle to teens in Minnesota, spent my college years at the University of Missouri and then got a reporting job with KWWL here in eastern Iowa.More >>
  • Nikki Newbrough

    Nikki Newbrough

    I started my career with KWWL when I covered the tornadoes and floods in east central Iowa as an intern during the summer of 2008. It was at this time that I learned the power of TV and its ability to save lives.More >>
    I started my career with KWWL when I covered the tornadoes and floods in east central Iowa as an intern during the summer of 2008. It was at this time that I learned the power of TV and its ability to save lives.More >>
  • Shelley Russell

    Shelley Russell

    I grew up in Waverly, Iowa, with my twin sister and younger brother, pretending to be a KWWL news anchor in front of my parent's clunky home video camera. It's great to be reporting at the station I grew up watching!More >>
    I grew up in Waverly, Iowa, with my twin sister and younger brother, pretending to be a KWWL news anchor in front of my parent's clunky home video camera. It's great to be reporting at the station I grew up watching!More >>
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  • NCAA settles head-injury suit, will change rules

    NCAA settles head-injury suit, will change rules

    Thursday, July 31 2014 2:52 AM EDT2014-07-31 06:52:16 GMT
    The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action head injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing...More >>
    The NCAA agreed on Tuesday to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports' governing body touted as a major step forward but that critics say doesn't go...More >>
  • UPDATE: Hawkeyes suspend free tuition raffle over legal concerns

    UPDATE: Hawkeyes suspend free tuition raffle over legal concerns

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 7:30 PM EDT2014-07-30 23:30:29 GMT
    To get more students to buy, the university was trying to offer new incentives, ranging from Hy-Vee gift cards to free tuition. But it's that "free tuition" part that may pose problems for the athletic department -- and as of Wednesday evening, athletic officials weren't sure it was entirely legal.More >>
    To get more students to buy, the university was trying to offer new incentives, ranging from Hy-Vee gift cards to free tuition. But it's that "free tuition" part that may pose problems for the athletic department -- and as of Wednesday evening, athletic officials weren't sure it was entirely legal.More >>
  • South Winn falls in first trip to state baseball tournament

    South Winn falls in first trip to state baseball tournament

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:36 AM EDT2014-07-29 15:36:05 GMT
    Fifth-seeded Roland-Story scored four runs in the first two innings to beat fourth-seeded South Winneshiek 4-1 in the Class 2A quarterfinals Monday afternoon at Principal Park.More >>
    Fifth-seeded Roland-Story scored four runs in the first two innings to beat fourth-seeded South Winneshiek 4-1 in the Class 2A quarterfinals Monday afternoon at Principal Park.More >>
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