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CEDAR RAPIDS — Monthly permit rates at several Cedar Rapids public parking facilities are set to increase beginning Jan. 1.
The increases, which range from $5 to $10 extra per month, will affect about three-quarters, or about 3,000, of the n Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Officers hope two informational meetings planned in October will help convince business owners and the public of the need for a change in the city code that requires surveillance cameras for certain businesses.
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DES MOINES — Three counties that are home to four state parks in northeast Iowa will serve as the first pilot area for a public-private partnership expected to pump at least $6 million into new amenities and improvements intended to better connect Read More »
IOWA CITY — An Illinois man is accused of spray painting vehicles and trash bins Saturday night.
According to an Iowa City police criminal complaint, shortly before midnight Saturday an off-duty Iowa City police officer spotted a man — later Read More »
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — The Council Bluffs community has come together to remember a western Iowa 17-year-old who died from a head injury suffered during a fight at school.
Friends of Dakota Escritt released balloons at a memorial Sunday Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A veteran law enforcement official has been named interim police chief for Des Moines.
The city announced Monday that Maj. Douglas B. Harvey will take over the duties of Chief Judy Bradshaw. He will hold the position Read More »
MUSCATINE, Iowa — An 81-year-old Iowa man who went missing has been found safe after a chance encounter with an off-duty State Patrol trooper.
The Muscatine Journal reports that William Morgan, of Muscatine, was found Sunday at a campground Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Makenzie and Steven Schultz of Hiawatha left a big tip for their waiter this weekend, but it wasn’t for speedy service.
And now, their story has gone viral on social media.
Makenzie Schultz said she and her husband were Read More »
COUNCIL BLUFFS (AP) — Environmental officials say a pipe company must pay $950,000 for air and water violations at its former Council Bluffs facility.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 7 says Griffin Pipe Products must pay th Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The state’s largest school district is opting not to participate in a survey of student behavior.
The biannual Iowa Youth Survey, given to sixth-, eighth- and 11-graders, identifies behavior trends and gathers data ab Read More »