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13 hrs ago | WOI-TV West Des Moines
The streets of Waterloo are a bit smoother now thanks to the efforts of a group of volunteers who spent part of their weekend filling potholes.
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15 hrs ago | KWWL-TV Waterloo
The Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office has released the name of an inmate who died while in custody Friday night.
19 hrs ago | KWWL-TV Waterloo
It happened just after 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 9th. The Waterloo Police Department said officers attempted to stop a vehicle in the area of Fairchild Street and Helmet Avenue for an investigation and multiple traffic violations.
Potholes seem to be a problem just about everywhere. That's why a group of volunteers took it upon themselves to help.
An inmate being held in the intake area of the Black Hawk County jail has died. A sheriff's deputy found the inmate to be unresponsive around 6:25 p.m. on Friday.
One of the three people accused of torturing a dog and leaving it to die in Waterloo will pay a civil fine and be on probation.
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The five Democratic candidates vying for the U.S. Congressional seat will debate Friday, March 7th on KWWL's Today in Iowa.
Experts say they may have a temporary fix for people dealing with frozen pipes, but you'll need help from your neighbor.
Despite an increase in reading and math scores for both mark Twain and Kirkwood Elementary in Iowa City, the schools still fell to the bottom 5-percent of the state when ranking all schools in achievement.
WATERLOO, Iowa -- The mother of one of two slain Iowa cousins has been returned to custody to await trial on drug charges.
Police and fire departments in Waterloo are getting smaller after a big decision from city council members on Monday night.
Employers must explain in writing how a worker will be paid and deductions to be taken from a paycheck in a bill the Iowa Senate has passed.
Fewer police and firefighters will be on the job in Waterloo under a plan approved by the City Council.