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The Dubuque Regional Airport's air traffic control tower will remain open through September 30. Comment?
Lieutenant Scott Baxter says the Dubuque Drug Task Force, Dubuque County Sheriff's Office, Department of Narcotics Enforcement, Homeland Security, Immigration Customs Enforcement, and Dubuque Police Department executed a search warrant at two businesses and several apartments at around 12:35 p.m. Thursday. Comment?
People in one Dubuque neighborhood are getting fed up with the traffic a nearby road construction project is causing on their residential streets. Comment?
Alliant Energy spokeswoman Heather Holmes told the Telegraph Herald a fire on a backup cable beneath the Dubuque County Jail prompted the utility to shut off power to 94 customers for more than an hour as a safety precaution. Comment?
Authorities in Dubuque are responding to reports of a small explosion that forced a manhole cover to shoot into the air. Comment?
The Iowa Department of Public Health determined 23 of Iowa 99 counties have the highest rates of both underage drinking and adult binge drinking. Comment?
University of Dubuque quarterback Wyatt Hanus has been invited to participate in the Minnesota Vikings Rookie Minicamp. Comment?
A major construction project on the combined portion of US Highways 151, 61 and 52 in the Dubuque area is posing a hazard to canoeists and kayakers. Comment?
Some food prices may soon be even higher as hay prices continue to rise. In past years, hay was around $125 to $175 per ton. Comment?
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Diquan C. Frazier, 19, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree burglary and second-degree robbery after an incident in the 400 block of Loras Boulevard. Comment?
In fact, right here in Iowa, more than 100 free events are offering people tips on managing finances, and it's never too early in life to start learning these skills. Comment?
The Iowa Department of Transportation says the southbound lanes of 52/61/151 could close as early as this week as work continues on the major improvement project. Comment?
People living along one intersection in Dubuque County say they want changes because the intersection is simply too dangerous. Comment?
It has been a year since renovations began on Dalzell Field in Dubuque, a field home to both Dubuque Senior High School and Hempstead High School athletics. Comment?
West Locust Street, Rosedale Avenue and North Booth Street all saw sanitary sewer backups due to flooding in the area, resulting in manhole overflows, according to the City of Dubuque Public Works Department. Comment?
The largest was Tuesday morning in Cedar Falls, where an electrical problem caused pumps to fail, causing several thousand gallons of untreated wastewater to back up at the downtown treatment plant, then flow onto nearby ground. Comment?
It's part of a new effort by the city to keep compostable materials out of the landfill and find a useful purpose for them. Comment?
Officials with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources said erosion caused a sanitary sewer pipe to break at around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday just below 455 Moore Heights. Comment?
At their regular meeting Monday night, the majority of Dubuque City Council members voted against a proposed amendment to Dubuque's ordinance banning dogs in parks. Comment?