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To The Point, with Beth Malicki

Sometimes a news story is too big to fit into a newscast.

Join KCRG-TV9's Beth Malicki as she digs deeper into local news with those closest to the story to find the answers you want.

You'll hear from city, community and business leaders to learn what action they're taking.

You'll find out what's happening now and how you can make a difference.

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To The Point

To The Point: Extending Local Option Sales Tax & Fluoride in Water

Mayor Pro-Tem Monica Vernon talks about the May special election to extend the LOST for 20 years. Tariq Balouch of the Cedar Rapids Water Treatment Plant and Bruce Jacobs of Cedar Rapids Utilities talk about UV treatment and fluoride levels in the wa ...Read More

To The Point: The Iowa Department of Education

The new director of the Iowa Department of Education, Jason Glass, talks about what he wants to reform about the state's system of teaching and learning. The Christian Science Monitor named Glass as one of the eight top reformers in education to watc ...Read More

To The Point: State Gun Law, Cedar Rapids Crime and Camera Revenue

The Linn County Sheriff talks about the changes to the state's gun law. We look at exactly what's changed and why so many sheriff's are concerned that people can carry a gun without ever practicing on a shooting range. And the Cedar Rapids Police Ch ...Read More

To The Point: Local Achievement Gap

The Cedar Rapids school district is the second biggest in the state, but it's shrinking. And African-American 4th graders score about 30 points lower on standardized tests then their Caucasian classmates. Superintendent Dave Benson talks about closin ...Read More

To The Point: Rep. Kraig Paulsen and the Central City School District

The man who will be leading the Iowa House in 2011 wants to bring more jobs to Iowa, and reduce the size of government and get rid of gay marriage. Rep. Kraig Paulsen of Hiawatha sits down with Beth Malicki and talks about what he wants to change whe ...Read More

To The Point: Kids at Risk

What parents, educators and the community needs to know. One out of five Cedar Rapids high school students doesn't graduate. That's worse than the state's dropout rate, and the district is focused on doing something about it. Two educators are ta ...Read More

To The Point: Vote 2010 - The Aftermath

The vote ousting three Iowa Supreme Court Justices leaves a lot of questions. We delve into the election and fallout. And Iowans pay less of their income in taxes than they did 10 years ago. We'll talk about that study from the Iowa Policy Project.

To The Point: Women in Iowa Politics

Iowans have never elected a woman into the governor's position, US Senate or US House. A new effort hopes to change that, and have women represent 50% of political offices in the state. We talk with women in politics who are recruiting the next fem ...Read More

To The Point -- Avoid Getting Scammed

In the first part of "To the Point" Beth talks with the case manager at the Willis Dady Emergency Shelter about the Obama Administration's plan to end homelessness in ten years. In the second part Beth talks to the Better Business Bureau about w ...Read More

To The Point -- Iowa City as a City of Literature

This week on To The Point with Beth Malicki we talk to Executive Director of Unesco City of Literature about Iowa City's newest designation. Iowa is recognized around the world as a place where great writing begings, but what does becoming a City ...Read More

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