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Registration to panhandle proposed in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS - Cedar Rapids City Council member Scott Olson has been working with police and social services organizations to develop the city's first ...

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Law column: Can an employer be sued for performing CPR?

Employers, can you be sued if you or an employee performs CPR on a customer or co-worker? Frankly, the truth is that a business can be sued for anythi ...

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Digital Marketing: Rough marketing weather ahead

There is a perfect storm on the horizon this election year. Actually, as ad-weary veterans of the 2016 Iowa caucuses, many Iowans may have a more scat ...

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This Season: Johnson County Fair begins Monday

On Monday, the Johnson County Fairgrounds will once again host the Johnson County Fair and all the visitors, animals and events that go along with it. ...

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Iowa unemployment rate edges higher

Iowa's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly to 4 percent in June from 3.9 percent in May, according to Iowa Workforce Development.The s ...

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Corridor companies get state financial help

Two Corridor companies and Microsoft Corp. were among eight businesses approved Friday for financial incentives by the Iowa Economic Development Autho ...

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Judge: Iowa voters have clear choice for president, Senate

MANCHESTER - Patty Judge knew challenging a six-term Republican U.S. senator would be no easy task.But deciding who to vote for shouldn't be hard, the ...

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Continued support of Haiti is aim of Saturday fundraiser in Cedar Rapids

CEDAR RAPIDS - An organization focused on helping Haiti recover from a devastating 2010 earthquake is honoring Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett in recog ...

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Honeywell cuts sales forecast for this year

Honeywell International, parent company of Intermec Technologies in Cedar Rapids, has cut its full-year sales forecast and reported lower-than-expecte ...

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Report says Judge paid women employees less than men

DES MOINES - Women in state offices working under Patty Judge, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Iowa, were paid less than men - 88 cents to ...

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Judge: Bail stays the same for landscaper accused in murder scheme

IOWA CITY - Potential killer or a man who's been set up? Attorneys argued Friday during a court hearing over what - if any - threat Justin DeWitt pose ...

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Downtown Cedar Rapids restaurant Zins closing after 10 years

Downtown restaurant Zins is closing after a decade in business.The restaurant opened in 2007 at 227 Second Ave. SE. It temporarily closed after being ...

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Iowa DNC delegates eager to make history in Philadelphia

CEDAR RAPIDS - Tammy Wawro is going to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia #x201c;to see history and make history.#x201d;The Cedar Rapi ...

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Venture School Student Accelerator Program wrapped up Thursday

A team looking to capitalize on the popularity of online streaming in the gaming community won the best startup award Thursday during the culmination ...

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Podcast: 'On Iowa Politics' recaps the Republican National Convention in Cleveland

This week on the podcast: Republicans rock Cleveland, Boos Cruz, and another chapter of Steve King said what? On Iowa Politics is a weekly news and a ...

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