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Cedar Rapids is preparing for the possibility of ice jams and flooding on local waterways as the weather begins to warm and thick ice begins to melt.
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Simonsen is the longtime sales manager at RJ Thomas Manufacturing in Cherokee. Founded in 1959, the 65-employee company makes campground equipment - the kind you see when you arrive, such as a picnic bench or flip-top grill, not the kind you carry in - and he then sells it across the country.
Law enforcement officials, including the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, are conducting a death investigation in the community of Tipton.
Plans to require radon testing in schools statewide have been sidelined but supporters of the idea are emboldened that a bill remains alive this legislative session.
By: Mo Haider Mhaider@kcautv.com Sioux City, IA - Firefighters from all over Siouxland reported to a weekend training session with a goal of getting better each and every day.
The University of Iowa pays the city of Coralville more than $1 million a year in place of property taxes for a medical clinic that is tax exempt in a deal that is unusual in Iowa and nationwide.
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When the Godfather of Melrose purchases a new parade car, it's a big deal here in this southern Iowa hamlet known as "Iowa's little Ireland."
The next chairman of the Iowa Republican Party will need to be one part Donald Trump, one part Ronald Reagan and one part Jesus to heal the fractured party's wounds and deliver it to the promised land.
Some Iowa families say without medical marijuana, they will have no choice but to move to Colorado to save their children's lives.
Kim Tierney of Denver Elementary School was honored during an assembly at the school this week, the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reported.
Utah lawmakers were unsuccessful in their effort to push their state to the front of the presidential selection process.
A Washington High School junior has been selected to participate in the People to People Ambassador Program this upcoming summer.
Bob Hearst and Judy Stalkfleet of Cedar Rapids meet with Sen. Wally Horn during an AARP Iowa Lobby Day at the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines in 2007.
A convicted murderer praised for maintaining a stellar record during his 39 years behind bars may soon become the rare Iowa inmate to be freed after being sentenced to life in prison.
In this Nov. 1, 2012 file photo provided by the Iowa Department of Corrections is Rasberry Williams who is serving a life sentence for fatally shooting an acquaintance over a $30 debt outside a Waterloo, Iowa, pool hall in 1974.