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Eastern Iowan writes book of 4-line poems

Eastern Iowan writes book of 4-line poems

By Matt Kelley A longtime employee at a popular independent book store in [...]

Three sentenced to federal prison for sex crimes

Three sentenced to federal prison for sex crimes

By Dar Danielson Three men will serve time in federal prison on separate [...]

Job fair in Davenport Thursday for retiring soldiers

Job fair in Davenport Thursday for retiring soldiers

By O. Kay Henderson Over three dozen companies plan to participate in an [...]

Hatch blasts Branstad for returning $1 million grant to promote solar energy in Iowa

Hatch blasts Branstad for returning $1 million grant to promote solar energy in Iowa

By O. Kay Henderson Jack Hatch, the Democratic candidate for governor, says it [...]

Branstad concerned about Iowa Supreme Court ruling on wow look it juvenile sentencing

Branstad concerned about Iowa Supreme Court ruling on juvenile sentencing

By O. Kay Henderson Governor Terry Branstad is raising concerns about an Iowa [...]

Northwest Iowa handling increase in population from RAGBRAI

Northwest Iowa handling increase in population from RAGBRAI

By Radio Iowa Contributor Thousands of bicyclists are making their way to the [...]

Heat wave expected this week

Heat wave expected this week

By Radio Iowa Contributor Air conditioners will be running full blast across much [...]

Survivor says great triumphs came out of crash of Flight 232

Survivor says great triumphs came out of crash of Flight 232

By Radio Iowa Contributor Sioux City wrapped up its commemoration of the 25th [...]

Cedar Rapids woman drowns in Wapsipinicon River

Cedar Rapids woman drowns in Wapsipinicon River

By Pat Curtis A Cedar Rapids woman drowned this weekend while tubing down [...]

Father-daughter project in Janesville finds pictures of Iowa Vietnam vets

Father-daughter project in Janesville finds pictures of Iowa Vietnam vets

By Dar Danielson The Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. is collecting pictures of [...]