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Cedar Rapids woman runs into guardianship issues under managed care

CEDAR RAPIDS - Cindy Smothers has been trying since December to be listed as her son's guardian with AmeriHealth Caritas Iowa. So far, she's had lots ...

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Letter: Act leaves consumers at a disadvantage

I am concerned with what happens with our ability to challenge what we as consumers need to have available to us to get acknowledgment of payment to a ...

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Clinton man claiming to sell TV in Coralville found with burglar’s tools, drugs

CORALVILLE - A man going door to door in Coralville, claiming he had a TV to sell, was instead found to have burglar's tools and drugs.According to Co ...

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Behind the lens at the Drake Relays

The Drake Relays is one of my favorite Iowa sports tournaments to shoot. It has everything from high school athletics to elite athletes tuning up for ...

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Clean energy sector is growing Iowa’s economy

As the wind industry continues to harness Iowa's immense wind resources - which met an unprecedented 31 percent of the state's total electricity needs ...

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Letter: Council should consider taxpayers’ needs

Recently, the city sold the Smulekoff's building to a local developer at a loss of $4.3 million after holding the property for two years. In addition, ...

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Letter: No right to complain if you don’t vote

I'm an Independent when it comes to voting. I have voted both ways in the past. I am having trouble though in this year's election. I never thought I' ...

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Seniors seal packets for Freedom Festival

CEDAR RAPIDS - Work on this year's Freedom Festival is underway.Residents at Evergreen Estates recently finished stuffing, sealing and boxing thousand ...

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Letter: War to blame for refugee crisis

The scope of the refugee crisis is incomprehensible. Scenes of refugees from the Middle East are heartbreaking. We see that these displaced families a ...

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Drug Take-Back event nets 562 pounds of unwanted medications for Linn County Sheriff’s Office

CEDAR RAPIDS - The Linn County Sheriff's Office collected more than 500 pounds of unwanted or expired medications as part of Saturday's nationwide dru ...

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Second finalist for University of Iowa public safety director on campus

IOWA CITY - A second of four finalists is on campus today and tomorrow to interview for the UI Department of Public Safety director position, a role t ...

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Branstad happy with Iowa balanced budget, but upset about water quality inaction

DES MOINES - Gov. Terry Branstad gave the split-control Legislature passing marks Monday for producing a balanced budget that met state needs despite ...

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Midwest business conditions index slips

After three straight months of expansion, a gauge of business activity in a nine-state region of the Midwest declined last month, but remained above g ...

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Transparency and choice in dental coverage

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) or health care reform has provided Americans with more options to purchase health insurance including their medical and ...

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