Cedar Rapids masonic temple provides meals to first responders

The Cedar Rapids Masonic lodge has been providing hot meals and a place to relax for first responders like police officers, state troopers, firefighters and paramedics during the flooding.

As people in Cedar Rapids return to their homes and businesses, clean-up efforts are getting underway.

From evacuation plans and shelters to road closures and sandbags, this is the main information for flood response.

An Illinois man is facing charges in the hit-and-run death of a teenager earlier this month.

Red Cross works to keep morale high after flood

Waterloo police arrest mother of 4 year old who died in spring 2015

New surgery helping some people hear again

Dubuque's Miller Riverview Park to stay closed for remainder of season

FEMA checks out flood damage in Eastern Iowa

Linn Co. Sheriff's Office and jail remain closed

Refugees share personal stories with members of Congress

Grassley pushing Corps of Engineers on Cedar Rapids flood protection project

Professor: 2016 election will be studied for decades

Business owner on "wet side" of flood wall says Cedar Rapids could have protected all of city

Manchester business cleans up after 8th flood

Another arrest made in death of Key West man last spring

Driver injured in semi rollover crash

Navy to modernize by dropping job titles, many end in 'man'

Cedar Rapids announces sandbag drop off sites for commercial properties

Beyond The Weather: Black Moon Rising

Officials say town flooded in 2008 ready for high water

Mayor says "welcome home" as city begins to lift flood restrictions

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