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Driver injured after vehicle enters ditch near Mount Vernon. Updated: 6 hours ago. One person was hurt in a single-vehicle crash on Saturday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Dangerous heat for Saturday afternoon.
Updated: 11 hours ago. By Corey Thompson. Hot and humid is the rule for the day, with temperatures into the 90s and heat index values exceeding at times. Updated: 10 hours ago. By Becky Phelps. Police investigate shooting in southeast Cedar Rapids. Updated: 19 hours ago. States scale back virus reporting just as cases surge. Updated: 3 hours ago. By Associated Press. Maintaining daily updates on the virus does require ificant resources for states. Updated: Jul. By Adam Carros.
A Waterloo man will spend 28 years in federal prison for grooming for A date tonight 27 Cedar Rapids Iowa va 27 own sexual gratification. Pinpoint Doppler Radar. Construction creates traffic confusion. Heat causing issues for people at the Jones County Fair. Rides on the River in Our Town Monticello. A business along the Maquoketa River in Our Town Monticello provides a way to relaxing way to enjoy the outdoors.
By Nicole Agee. Theatre Cedar Rapids releases titles for the new season. Theaters in eastern Iowa are making a comeback, with many announcing new seasons and opportunities for local talent. Growing demand for river recreation in Monticello.
Monticello Canoe Rental is in the heart of its season, with hundreds of people each day looking for a way to stay cool this summer. Congresswoman Ashley Hinson says infrastructure talks at an impasse. By Phil Reed. Hinson says Republicans will support an infrastructure bill at the right price tag. Heat indices will likely cross into the triple digits for parts of this weekend, and perhaps again next week.
Man dropped from Iowa trucking program over hair style gets job offers. A man who says he lost his job in Des Moines because of his hair is now back home in Texas. Teen injured in Adventureland accident may soon leave the hospital. By KCCI. The year-old boy from Marion who survived a deadly accident at Adventureland may soon get to leave the hospital.
Coralville City Councilor Meghann Foster to run for mayor. Iowa City police investigating shooting that injured a woman Thursday night. Police are investigating a shooting in Iowa City that injured a woman late Thursday night. Day 6 in Drew Blahnik murder trial begins. The first full week of testimony is set to wrap up in the murder trial of Drew Blahnik. One dead in Friday morning crash in Butler County.
Cedar Rapids Citizen Review Board holds first meeting. By Scott Saville. County auditors plan to push for larger salaries after new state law passes. By Ethan Stein. Elkader Sweet Corn days holds packed weekend of events. National Weather Service rolls out new descriptive severe weather warning system. The National Weather Service is rolling out a new way to describe severe thunderstorms. Cedar Rapids restaurant says construction woes cutting their business in half. Lack of employees closes some restaurant dining areas. By Brian Tabick. By Libbie Randall. The suggestions would change when police would interfere with people.
More specifically, the language that deal with how police interact with people. Race track cuts ties with announcer after racist rant. An Iowa race track says it will cut ties with an announcer who went on a racist rant against Black fans and athletes who kneel during the national anthem.A date tonight 27 Cedar Rapids Iowa va 27
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