1 hr ago | The Gazette
The public and private sector are banding together to try and improve Iowa's last in the nation ranking for number of women-owned businesses.
1 hr ago | The Gazette
Terry VanDeWalle, a senior biologist with Stantec, holds up a snapping turtle found in a turtle trap at the old turtle pond adjacent to Rock Island Preserve on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, in Cedar Rapids.
5 hrs ago | The Gazette
The Cedar Rapids man accused of stabbing a 72-year-old man multiple times this weekend will remain in the Linn County Jail on an $85,000 bond.
10 hrs ago | Republican-Leader
Siblings Elaine Mayer, Diane Knight, Ivan Gilbert and Leon Gilbert are opening the Old Bank Art Gallery in Whalan on June 22 at 1 p.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Lanesboro Chamber of Commerce at 1:30 p.m. The gallery, so far, only contains works created entirely by members of the family.
Marion city leaders say they're paving the way to safety with a new ordinance toughening up city rules for meth labs cleanups.
Cedar Rapids police were called to the Red Baron Bar and Dance Club, 62 16th Ave SW, just before 2 a.m. for a report of a fight.
A Cedar Rapids man was sentenced to nine years in federal prison last week for possessing child pornography after a jury found him guilty in March.
A judge is throwing out a 10-year prison term he gave to a former supervisor of a phony check-cashing scheme in Cedar Rapids.
It was a scary site near Wall Lake, west of Sioux Falls, Monday afternoon when a cement truck rolled over along the highway.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - A 50-year-old Dubuque man has pleaded guilty to selling heroin to someone who died from the drug.
City officials in Cedar Rapids and in Dubuque convinced the new Iowa Flood Mitigation Board on Monday to interpret the local "skin-in-the-game" provision of a new state funding law for flood protection projects in a way that will lessen rather than increase the costs to local communities.
A 20-foot-long sign with the word capitalism in flashing lights is making its way around Cedar Rapids, asking residents whether they believe the economic system works for them.
Those who have followed this blog long enough may have noticed that, in addition to checking post-disaster developments with regard to Superstorm Sandy, we have also been fascinated with the recovery progress of cities in Iowa since 2008, most notably Cedar Rapids.
Cedar Rapids Prairie junior Jessy Calef delivers her end-of-year Presentation of Learning to her G-Squared classmates on Monday, June 3, 2013, in Cedar Rapids.
MMS Consultants hired Nathan Byers as engineering technician and Walter Hurlbutt as a land surveyor intern.