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2 hrs ago | The Gazette
Jasperse, 59, of Cedar Rapids, who had cancer and passed away on Thursday, didn't necessarily have a lot of money, but her impact on the community was no less valuable then if she had donated riches, they said.
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2 hrs ago | The Gazette
A Cedar Rapids man who a prosecutor described as having "sociopathic" behavior, was sentenced to 25 years in prison Friday for cheating investors out of thousands of dollars.
3 hrs ago | The Gazette
8 hrs ago | The Gazette
"Cannibalization" is the word used by both state-hired firms to describe the addition of a casino in Cedar Rapids.
12 hrs ago | The Gazette
A year after graduating from Coe College, he heard about a carpet cleaning franchise opportunity and thought it might be the right fit.
15 hrs ago | The Gazette
Though they seldom strike true pay dirt, members of the Iowa chapter of the Gold Prospectors Association of America said they have fun trying.
A former investment broker who solicited investors to buy Subway restaurants but instead, used their money for his real estate investments, wasn't his first fraud scheme, according to testimony in his federal sentencing hearing Thursday.
A woman who is accused in the murder of a man who went missing from Colorado Springs has been charged.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - A federal magistrate said Thursday during a probable cause and detention hearing there was "strong evidence" that Gordon Lasley Jr. killed his parents and the murder charge should go to a grand jury.
Federal authorities have filed charges against a Meskwaki man in connection with the machete slayings of his parents on the tribal settlement in February.
The 8th Circuit refused to dismiss claims that male officers arrested a breast-feeding mother in her home and insisted on watching while she used the bathroom.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa- The open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act is less than three weeks away.
Keynote speaker Craig Stuart-Paul, chief executive officer of waste-to-energy company Fiberight, told a luncheon crowd of 315 here on Wednesday that his company will be able to keep 80 percent of what they toss in the garbage out of the landfill.
Cedar Rapids Police said they stopped a burglary in progress Wednesday afternoon.
That's the goal Executive Director of Business Services Steve Graham put before members during Monday's school board meeting.
The City of Marion is on a roll in terms of economic development with new businesses locating in the community and existing companies planning expansions.
The Cedar Rapids Fire Department rescued a dog floating down the Cedar River on an ice chunk Tuesday night.