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DUBUQUE - Davenport and Dubuque are among the top riverfronts in the country, according to a USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice poll.
The two were among 20 cities in the competition.
Wilmington, N.C., and Spokane, Wash., riverfronts fini Read More »
WEST UNION — All three suspects who walked away from a Fayette County work release program are now back in custody.
West Union police confirm police in Mitchell County arrested Shaun McBride and Taylor Oakes last night during a traffic stop Read More »
CENTRAL IOWA HAS HAD BEAUTIFUL WEATHER RECENTLY.. BUT MANY FARMERS ARE STILL UNABLE TO GET INTO THEIR FIELDS BECAUSE OF WET SOIL.
AGRIBUSINESS REPORTER BRANDON BLUE HAS MORE.
”On Tuesday farmer Dan Golightly was harvesting soybeans jus Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Children in the Wellington Heights neighborhood in Cedar Rapids got no tricks, but a treat today. At least 150 carved pumpkins were given away this afternoon.
Volunteers spent hours carving pumpkins to give away to the kids. O Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Jerry Matthews took the stand Thursday and denied physically abusing his ex-girlfriend during their six-year relationship and on Jan. 5, he claimed she stabbed him first, then he stabbed her in the shoulder and also stabbed himself. Read More »
IOWA CITY — In an about-face of an original proposal to increase tuition, three members of the Board of Regents — including President Bruce Rastetter — said Thursday that they instead support freezing tuition for undergraduate Iowans for an unprec Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The owner of a popular Des Moines pharmacy will likely serve up to 37 months in prison for illegally selling tens of thousands of addictive painkillers to drug abusers.
An attorney representing Mark Graziano said Tues Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — An eastern Iowa telephone cooperative is getting a guaranteed loan from the federal government to increase its fiber optics network and make system improvements.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in a statement Read More »
MARION — From his home in Belle Plaine to the Marion Airport, Mark Upah was in for a surprise Thursday afternoon.
“So guess what we are doing today? We are going on a plane ride,” said Rachel Miller, Mark’s in-home caregiver with Right at Ho Read More »
DUBUQUE — Before the kids get out of bed, Tina Medley and her friends unload the minivan.
“We just come out either early morning or at night. And we try to be sneaky,” Medley said,
They’re surprising supporters with 18 pretty pink bi Read More »