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6 min ago | KWWL-TV Waterloo
The Cedar Rapids Fire Department rescued a dog floating down the Cedar River on an ice chunk Tuesday night.
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1 hr ago | TheBlaze.com
A complaint over a Christian-themed picture on a 100-foot fire truck in Iowa has led to a debate over how officials will amend the image to make it more inclusive of other faiths.
2 hrs ago | The Gazette
According to federal court documents, the U.S. Attorney's Office has frozen the bank account of Smoke-N-Pipe, 3221 First Ave. SE, "for the forfeiture of property which represents proceeds from the sale of controlled substances and/or controlled substance analogues."
5 hrs ago | The Gazette
A a figure all in white, with a huge cone for a face, represents St. Lucy, the patron of light.
Volunteers with Gems of Hope, a cancer patient support group in Cedar Rapids, prepared 440 vases of daffodils for gifts to local cancer patients.
A Dubuque man, who shot someone during a bar fight last year pleaded guilty to a federal charge in Cedar Rapids Tuesday.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - A 9-year-old girl testified Tuesday that she didn't remember being sexually abused between the ages of 3 and 5 years of age.
Chris Thompson, 28, of Lowden, and Ryan Edwards, 31, of Cedar Rapids, spent part of Thursday afternoon testing flow rates on a pump typical in a waste water treatment plant as part of a hands-on lab at the electrical apprenticeship training center in Cedar Rapids.
In the same Statehouse where peeping drones and sneaky speed cameras give many lawmakers the creeps, a bill expanding strip searches cruised 93-5 in the House last week.
While biking to work, Terry Wahls occasionally plucks wild berries for a snack from shrubs outside.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa- Professional baseball returns to Cedar Rapids in a little more than three weeks.
With all the snow we've had this winter, many people have been rushing to the hardware store to pick up a new shovel.
Acciona Windpower North America is suing the City of West Branch for breaching a tax increment development agreement requiring the payment of annual tax rebates to the wind turbine manufacturer.
A judge ruled last month that a Cedar Rapids man convicted four times on charges involving sexual assaults met the requirements to commit him as a sexually violent predator.
COLD AND EXPENSIVE: Our long, cold winter is driving up street maintenance costs in most Iowa communities.