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Cold temperatures sink to record lows

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Cold temperatures sink to record lows

By Pat Curtis At least three Iowa cities broke or matched 115 year old weather records this morning. National Weather Service Meteorologist Jim Lee says it was especially cold over the eastern half of the state. The Quad Cities, Waterloo, and Cedar Rapids set or tied record lows for this date. Waterloo hit 24 below zero, Moline 22 […]

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Cedar Rapids casino would have been rare “interior” casino

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By O. Kay Henderson A Creighton University economist who has studied the nation's gambling industry says casinos like the one that had been proposed for Cedar Rapids are [...]