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Fitness Expert: High Intensity Workouts

by Feryl York, Fitness Expert

Are you pressed for time, but still want to get the most out of the time you have for exercise? High Intensity Interval Workouts or HIIT is a great option to try. HIIT consists of shorter bursts of a more inte Read More »

Iowa father pleads guilty to persuading daughter to rob bank

DAVENPORT (AP) — A Davenport man has pleaded guilty to persuading his daughter to rob a bank for him.

The Quad-City Times reports Albert Griebe pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit bank robbery and aiding and abetting an at Read More »

Iowa caucuses seen as even more competitive with Romney’s exit

DES MOINES — Republican Mitt Romney’s decision Friday to forego a 2016 presidential run further opens an already highly competitive race for the party’s nomination in Iowa, according to GOP leaders and observers.

The dec Read More »

Illinois-based trucking company plans move to Iowa

DUBUQUE (AP) — An Illinois-based trucking company has plans to take its corporate headquarters to the Iowa side of the Mississippi River.

Hirschbach Motor Lines, based in East Dubuque, Illinois, announced its plans Thursday to relocat Read More »

Judge won’t intervene in transfer of University of Iowa law employee

IOWA CITY (AP) — A judge says he won't second-guess the University of Iowa's decision to reassign an employee who is suing for political discrimination.

U.S. District Judge James Gritzner denied Teresa Wagner's request to be returned Read More »

Iowa fire chief's childhood memories go up in smoke

STACYVILLE (AP) — A northern Iowa fire chief’s childhood memories have gone up in smoke with the blaze that destroyed the home where his mother has lived for nearly 60 years.

Mason City television station KIMT reports that the Read More »

City, state plow crews prepare for weekend snow

CEDAR RAPIDS — City and Iowa DOT crews said are ready for the weekend’s winter weather.

Plow teams from both groups spent Friday applying de-icing brine to the most heavily traveled streets and highways in the area.

Mike Read More »

Western Iowa fire chief resigns after volunteers suspended

SHELBY, Iowa (AP) — The fire chief in western Iowa’s Shelby has resigned following the dismissal of the town’s volunteer firefighters.

Fire Chief Eric Wendt stepped down Wednesday just days after the City Council’ Read More »

Weekend storm system to bring 4-8 inches of snow

CEDAR RAPIDS — A storm system will move through the Midwest this weekend, bringing snow and blowing snow to Eastern Iowa.

Snow will begin to develop in southern Iowa Saturday afternoon. With temperatures above freezing, it probably w Read More »

Law enforcement enlists truck drivers’ help to combat sex trafficking

WATERLOO - The U.S. Attorney’s Office and Iowa’s Motor Vehicle Enforcement are joining forces to address sex trafficking.

They will talk with truck drivers Friday in Evansdale, as part of the Truckers Against Trafficking progra Read More »

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