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Crews on the scene of a county vehicle crash on Hwy. 20 on Wednesday.
Dubuque police say a teenage runaway stole a Dubuque County vehicle Wednesday afternoon and crashed it on Highway 20 soon after.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Tracking crude oil: New rules about shipping oil by rail in Iowa
It's explosive, and millions of gallons move through eastern Iowa each month. This week, KWWL learned where crude oil is shipped in large amounts as firefighters leave the state for training.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
At his best, Aaron Osthoff can eat 34 hot dogs and buns in just 10 minutes, 140 chicken wings in 10 minutes, 66 cupcakes in 6 minutes, and 48 raw oysters in just 8 minutes.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
E. Iowa veterans join for habitat work
The Telegraph Herald reports the veterans will do work at Dubuque County Conservation Board-managed areas for three or four weeks this summer.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Wind ripped part of the roof off Don Thompson's mobile home Monday in Dubuque County
He was sitting in his trailer in Spring Valley Mobile Home Park in Dubuque County, when strong winds ripped off part of his roof.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Storms Damage Homes in Dubuque County
Sunday night's storms caused problems throughout Eastern Iowa. Parts of the Dubuque County community of Asburty sustained significant flood damage.
A wall of flood water burst through the basement of an Asbury home Sunday night
An Asbury family has a lot of clean-up ahead of them, after a wall of floodwater nearly five feet high exploded into their finished basement Sunday night.
Overnight Rains Lead to Flash Flooding in Eastern Iowa
Rain Sunday night and into Monday morning dropped three inches or more on many parts of eastern Iowa.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Iowa Legislature funds two 'life-changing' drug courts
The state opted last year to stop paying for the Dubuque-Delaware Counties Drug Court and Black Hawk County Drug Court this current fiscal year.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
Despite rain, Campgrounds say they've had a busy season so far
Despite rainy weather, some eastern Iowa campgrounds say they've actually seen an increase in business so far this summer.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
Governor's Volunteer Awards honor hundreds of eastern Iowans
Black Hawk County had 55 winners, Dubuque County had 14 recipients, Johnson County had 17 and Linn County had 75. The Iowa Commission on Volunteer Services coordinates the program.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Dubuque tests CodeRed Emergency system Thursday
If you received a call from the City of Dubuque or Dubuque County Thursday morning, the call was not spam.
Suspect Accused Of Bugging Portable Toilet Surrenders
A Solon, Iowa man has been arrested on suspicion of placing audio and video recording devices inside a portable restroom.
Flash Flooding Reported in Northeastern Iowa
Flooding is a concern in several northeastern Iowa counties Thursday morning. Below is a list of flash flood reports so far: In Dubuque County, Herber Road near John Deere road is closed due to a possible mudslide.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Man Charged for Placing Cameras in Cascade Bathroom
Sheriff's deputies say a man turned himself in to law enforcement at the Dubuque County Jail Wednesday in connection with an investigation into cameras found inside a Cascade bathroom.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Dubuque County will buy 60 stun guns for deputies
Dubuque County is moving ahead with the purchase of 60 stun guns with a goal of reducing injuries to deputies and suspects.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
Dyersville preps for busy weekend
The Field of Dreams celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend will bring more than 11,000 people to the Dyersville area over a two-day period.
America's River Festival Attracts Thousands to the Port of Dubuque
Keith Steuer says he has the best job of anyone working at America's River Festival.
Thu Jun 12, 2014
Judge Rejects Reed's Plea Deal in Child's Death
Applause erupted in a Dubuque County courtroom this afternoon as a judge rejected Nicholas Reed's plea deal on child endangerment charges.
Wed Jun 11, 2014
Dubuque 'buddy bench' creator hospitalized for food allergy
Many eastern Iowans are enjoying picnics and cook-outs this time of year -- but for people with food allergies, those come with a doctor's warning.