The big ticket to the 2017 solar eclipse

Unfortunately there aren't many places left that have the special glasses available.


Police say throwing anything at a moving car is dangerous vandalism. And, as one Marion woman discovered late Wednesday, it’s even more dangerous if that object comes from a vehicle moving at highway speeds.



Can university researchers come up with a better way for police to do their jobs?


On Aug. 21st, 2017, the United States will witness a total solar eclipse.


Western Dubuque Schools adopt positive attitude training requirement


Don't have eclipse glasses? Watch the eclipse LIVE on KCRG-TV9, or on KCRG.com


Police officer mows elderly woman's lawn after mower was stolen


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


Clearing continues


How to dine out on the cheap


Little girl is convinced Batman statue is her dad


Road to recovery: Cancer doesn't stop student from going back to school


Iowa patrol recruits needed treatment for heat at academy


UPDATE: IS group takes responsibility for Spain attack


Beyond The Weather – Check out Venus


Maine Governor: Removing Confederate statues like losing 9/11 memorial


Shadows of the eclipse


Man convicted of sexual abuse in Clayton County


UNI president releases statement after Charlottesville events


Corbett calls to eliminate Board of Regents


University of Iowa president releases statement regarding Charlottesville


Dubuque officials pitch ideas for new look for the city


America Mega Million Lottery Sweepstakes scam being attempted in Jo Daviess County


Music therapy in Hiawatha helps those with Down syndrome


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