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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Officials say a popular park near downtown Des Moines that was closed due to flooding will reopen soon.
City officials for Des Moines say Gray’s Lake Park will reopen Friday morning at 5 a.m. Some parts Read More »
JOHNSTON — Dave Loebsack says he is finding his way in his new role of carrying the flag for Democrats in Iowa.
When he was re-elected to his fifth term in Congress in November, Loebsack also became Iowa’s highest-ranking elect Read More »
CENTRAL CITY — A Missouri woman was hospitalized Friday when she crashed her motorcycle trying to avoid items that had fallen off the back of a truck.
The Linn County Sheriff’s Office, Central City Fire Department and Center Po Read More »
BETTENDORF — A 142-year-old school in Bettendorf is getting a new look thanks to volunteers, grants and donations.
The Quad-City Times reports the long-dilapidated Forest Grove School no longer has its familiar gray and weathered-wood Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS - The Cedar Rapids Fire Department is keeping the community aware of the dangers of driving while drunk this Fourth of July weekend.
They are displaying a car that was involved in a non-local drunk driving crash. The front of th Read More »
CORALVILLE — Iowa Department of Natural Resources officials are warning boaters of potential hazards at Coralville Lake.
“The big thing is the debris,” said Erika Billerbeck of the DNR’s law enforcement bureau. Read More »
JOHNSON COUNTY, Iowa- Drivers hitting the road on this long holiday weekend may not think about it. But the timing of the Fourth of July holiday this year could make it more dangerous out on the roadways.
The National Safety Council predicts Read More »
On the July 3 Agribusiness Report: Water quality specialists gathered for a public open house to talk about farming practices taht help the environment. The specialists discussed bioreactors and a nitrogen remover.
And the futures market had Read More »
MASON CITY — A Des Moines woman has been given three years of probation and been told to pay nearly $1,900 in restitution for cashing counterfeit payroll checks in northern Iowa.
Angela Jefferson also was sentenced Wednesday in Cerro Read More »
IOWA CITY — A Palo man has been arrested on a number of warrants related to a burglary and stalking case on the University of Iowa campus.
Mark C. Spicer, 20, was booked at the Johnson County Jail early Friday morning on charges relat Read More »
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