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City outlines possible traffic camera solutions

CEDAR RAPIDS - Cedar Rapids officials have outlined possible solutions to address automated traffic cameras that don’t comply with state rules.

The solutions include moving speed limit signs, adding “reduce speed ahead” signs, or waiving the Read More »

Iowa’s First Sworn Female Officer Dies

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Loved ones will gather to remember Iowa’s first sworn female police officer, a Cedar Rapids native, later this week.

Seventy-four-year-old Mary Patricia Armbrecht, or just “Patt” to friends, died September 14th. Family s Read More »

Agribusiness Report

IOWA — GOOD MORNING, THIS IS THE AGRIBUSINESS REPORT, I’M DAVID GEIGER.

GRAIN CAN BE DANGEROUS IN BINS, ALL IT TAKES IS 22 SECONDS WITH A TEN INCH AUGER AND A PERSON CAN BE COMPLETELY SUBMERGED.

LAST WEEK A MAN SOUTH OF NEWTON WAS TRAP Read More »

University of Iowa makes Playboy’s top party school list

IOWA CITY — After a home football Saturday that saw a bump in arrests and alcohol-related citations, the University of Iowa this week emerged on another party-school list — this time one published by Playboy Magazine.

The list, which places Read More »

Most schools in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City not meeting federal targets

IOWA CITY — More Iowa schools and school districts are falling short on test participation and math and reading proficiency targets under the No Child Left Behind law, according to the 2014 State Report Card released on Tuesday by the Iowa Departm Read More »

Dubuque Chamber of Commerce starts program to teach business skills

DUBUQUE — The Dubuque Chamber of Commerce is starting Iowa’s first “Young Entrepreneurs Academy,” which is a national program to help middle and high school students start their own businesses.

One of the instructors, Tom Rauen, got his star Read More »

Humboldt County rejects proposed hog facility

HUMBOLDT (AP) — A northern Iowa county rejected a proposed hog confinement facility, citing concerns about possible water contamination.

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday against the application by Hawker Farm Read More »

Sioux City woman faces charges in son's death

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — A Sioux City woman faces child endangerment and neglect charges in connection to the April death of her infant son, according to authorities.

Rebekah Williams-McCarthy, 24, was charged Friday in Woodbury County District Co Read More »

Officials Search for Columbus Junction Man Suspected of Attack

BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP) — Authorities in southeast Iowa said Tuesday they’re looking for a man suspected of attacking another man.

The Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office said Joshua Michael Bergen, 21, of Columbus Junction, is wanted on an arr Read More »

September Marks National Preparedness Month

Disaster can strike at anytime, with very little warning. Which is why we all need to prepare for the unexpected. September is National Preparedness Month a good time for all of us to look at how we can get ready for an emergency. FEMA conducted a Read More »

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