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Jefferson High School Academic Decathlon team continues to shine

CEDAR RAPIDS - In Room 38 of the basement of Jefferson High School, students were bent over their binders. They were working on Indian music. Title by ...

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Ground Floor: Cedar Rapids couple finds retail resale to be good fit

CEDAR RAPIDS - Some couples have his and hers towels or his and hers coffee mugs. Gabe and Natalie Loesch have his and her resale stores. Three years ...

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Town hall to discuss opioid and heroin abuse in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS - Unlike many other drugs, the first step on the road to opioid or heroin addiction can start innocently enough.For Janet Andrews' husban ...

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Cedar Rapids man sends books to those in need

CEDAR RAPIDS - Momodu Kamara and his family came to Cedar Rapids 17 years ago after fleeing the civil war in Sierra Leone. In July 2010, Kamara found ...

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Attorney tells pipeline regulators they can take safety, environment into account

DES MOINES - Iowa utility regulators are authorized to weigh safety risks and expand environmental protections for a proposed interstate crude oil pip ...

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Jacobson: UNI reached ‘enough is enough’ point, spurred streak

CEDAR FALLS - During a 29-day span in January, from Dec. 30 to Jan. 27, the Northern Iowa men's basketball team had exactly one win. During the seven ...

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Williamsburg wrestling, powered by hard work, reaches regional dual

WILLIAMSBURG - Hard hats and blue collars are not standard wrestling equipment. Williamsburg, however, has used them to produce a strong dual campaig ...

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University of Iowa recovers lost goat

  The University of Iowa has got its goat.   Ten days after a goat bolted from a portable carrier outside the UI Research Park, a resident Monday ...

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Jameel McKay’s suspension continues, will not play for Iowa State at Texas Tech

AMES - Iowa State was without Jameel McKay on Saturday, but scored a road win against a team sitting in the bottom half of the Big 12 Conference.The C ...

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Iowa politicians scuffle over Medicaid plan; former Gov. Culver weighs in

As Iowa moves closer to the March 1 transition date that would shift the state's $5 billion Medicaid program to three out-of-state managed-care compan ...

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Residents check out Marion Library Director finalists

MARION - The three finalists for the Marion Public Library director position met with residents Monday night, individually selling the audience on why ...

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Iowa Attorney General's Office launches rape kit audit

CEDAR RAPIDS - The Iowa Attorney General's Office has launched a statewide audit of untested rape kits Tuesday, surveying more than 400 of Iowa's law ...

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Puppymonkeybaby, chip-craving fetus stand out in tame Super Bowl ad lineup

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES - Advertisers played it safe and light with the most expensive ever Super Bowl ad slots on Sunday, shunning previous years' attem ...

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IHSAA releases Class 3A, Class 4A boys' basketball postseason pairings

CEDAR RAPIDS - The Iowa High School Athletic Association released official postseason pairings for the top two classes in boys' basketball Monday. On ...

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Iowa football recruiting: Expect one of the new running backs to play in '16

Iowa running back remains one of the great curiosities of Big Ten football. It's mostly a collective. When it works, it's brilliant and fits with what ...

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