Iowa Virtual Academy helps students with disabilities get an education

Tue Sep 10 05:15:47 PDT 2019

Iowa Virtual Academy helps students with disabilities get an education

The Iowa Virtual Academy provides a way for students with disabilities to get an education from home.

Cedar Rapids officials warn of fines for uncleared sidewalks

After all the snow that's come down this month, a lot of people are complaining about sidewalks not being cleared in Cedar Rapids.

Johnson County bracing for larger turnout

The Iowa presidential caucuses are just a week away, and organizers expect the results will either help or hurt candidates in other states.

Weekend shooting highlights need to reduce youth violence, advocates say

Friday's shooting that killed one teenager and wounded another is an example of why groups in the community are trying combat youth gun violence.

Fire injures three in Dubuque

Three people went to the hospital after an apartment fire in Dubuque.

Linn County Sheriff has concerns about gun proposals

The Linn County Sheriff says he has some concerns over a new bill that aims to allow employees to bring their firearms to work.

Groups looking to end youth violence after weekend shootings

Police in Cedar Rapids are investigating what led to the fatal shooting of a Metro High School student over the weekend.

 

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