United Way of East Central Iowa asking flood volunteers to submit their hours

From filling up sandbags, to now filling out applications, Linn County and the United Way of East Central Iowa is asking volunteers who helped fight flood waters back in September to now submit how many hours they worked.

A place where there are couches, coffee tables, high top tables and the sweet aroma of coffee - It’s becoming a reality for some classrooms in Cedar Rapids.

After months of closures, construction work, delays and detours, 42nd Street NE will completely reopen.

The Catholic Worker House is one of five non profits in Linn County to have a better website to serve the community.

Union calls for more staff after inmates test positive for meth at Coralville prison

Volunteers help King’s Harvest clean-up two weeks after the tornado

Over 800 vintage license plates up for auction

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Absentee ballot voting down in Iowa

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Dubuque production company get attention with satrical political ad

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Not as cool tonight as some clouds pass

Nominate a hero for annual Iowa vs. Nebraska 'Heroes Game'

US internet disrupted as key firm gets hit by cyberattack

Grant will help Cedar Rapids create native prairie

Man tortured girlfriend, let dog bite her, authorities say

Former city clerk sentenced to 5 years for theft, City Hall fire

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Senate candidates debate agriculture

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