Work proceeds on Cedar River flood protection, as seen Saturday morning by the construction of a barrier next to the Five Seasons sculpture
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The raising of the Juneteenth flag -- the first to be flown under the new policy -- “should also inspire us to use our platform and our voices for actions that demand equity for all people,” said LaNisha Cassell of the African American Museum of Iowa
Iowa DOT has accelerated plans to reconfigure the I-380/Wright Brothers Boulevard interchange, giving a major boost to a fast-growing part of Cedar Rapids that has become host to massive industrial developments and attracted over $1 billion in new investment in recent years
Council and school district proposals differ on keeping police in middle schools. “If we were ever going to be accused of overprotecting, overspending, wouldn’t we do it for our kids?” Mayor O’Donnell said as the council OK’d a new contract for school resource officers.
Critter Crusaders helped a 9-month-old puppy with hip and head injuries and other fractures by offering the medical care he needed after being hit be a car on First Avenue in Cedar Rapids in April. Caesar, a Lab-pit bull mix, is still recovering and in foster care but soon will be ready for adoption.