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New money for rehabbing old property in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS - Preservation buffs will have access to a few dollars more for historic rehabilitation projects in Cedar Rapids.The City Council on Tues ...

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Rockwell Collins to move 300 out of downtown

CEDAR RAPIDS - After six years of housing its information technology department in downtown Cedar Rapids, Rockwell Collins will begin to move those 30 ...

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Sports Photos of the Week: August 15-21

Click the slideshow for our top sports photos from the past week.

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Marion school board approves facilities plan

MARION - The Marion Independent School District, after nearly a year of work and committee recommendations, has its first multiyear facilities plan.Th ...

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Social media post leads to theft arrest for Marion man

MARION - A Marion man was arrested for theft when his girlfriend posted a photo of the purse he swiped to social media, authorities said.According to ...

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Eastern Iowa Airport working on ride-hailing fees, rules

CEDAR RAPIDS - The Cedar Rapids Airport Commission is working to address the growing presence of Uber and other ride-sharing services at The Eastern I ...

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Monsanto beats cities’ lawsuits over San Francisco Bay pollution

By Jonathan StempelAug 23 (Reuters) - A federal judge has dismissed lawsuits in which the California cities of San Jose, Oakland and Berkeley sought t ...

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Iowa families face skyrocketing EpiPen cost

When Sean Neilly went to pick up his 5-year-old son's EpiPen at the pharmacy a few weeks ago, he experienced sticker shock. A two pack of EpiPens - us ...

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CrimeStoppers releases photo, video of Iowa City robbery suspect

IOWA CITY - Iowa City Area CrimeStoppers has released a video of a fast food robbery and asked the public to help identify the suspect. Photos of the ...

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State board to hear pipeline arguments Thursday

DES MOINES - The Iowa Utilities Board will hear oral arguments Thursday on a petition to halt a proposed oil pipeline, the board announced Tuesday.The ...

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Regents look to sell Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School campus for $1

The Iowa Board of Regents is considering selling its Vinton-based Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School campus to the city in which it sits for $1.But ...

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Special Report: Massacre reports show U.S. inability to curb Iraq militias

WASHINGTON - Shiite militias in Iraq detained, tortured and abused far more Sunni civilians during the American-backed capture of the town of Fallujah ...

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Bakken pipeline protests grow in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. - Waving the flags of their tribes and singing the songs of their ancestors, more than 200 protesters marched Tuesday across a Missouri ...

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Corridor businesspeople named to Clinton advisory panel

CEDAR RAPIDS - Six Corridor businesspeople have been named to Hillary Clinton's Small Business Advisory Council.The panel will highlight Clinton's pla ...

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Collision involving motorcycle, van sends Marion man to hospital

MARION - A motorcycle driver was injured when he ran a stop sign and collided with a van Monday night.According to the Linn County Sheriff's Office, d ...

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