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The blood of Romane Nunn Sr. was found on a pair of shoes and jean shorts of the man prosecutors say fatally stabbed Nunn in... [Read More]
Change was needed, but there was still some apprehension. [Read More]
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Last year, the Backyard Brawl was decided by one of the most explosive players on the field. [Read More]
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School: Pekin. [Read More]
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Eclipse babies, pandas and an unusual flavored Kit Kats! [Read More]
It was a coaching carousel in the Western Big 6 this offseason as half of the teams hired new coaches. Watch the story here. [Read More]
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Charges are in the future for the person that tampered with pain medications through Eldora EMS. [Read More]
Tags: ELDORA - Charges - Pain
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Students at Iowa State will have some new treats when they go to home football games. Jack Trice stadium is cooking up some new things. [Read More]
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A new team approach is under way for those with serious behavioral issues that land them in jail, in hospital emergency facilities or in the... [Read More]
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The opening test of the 2017 NJCAA football season is 7 p.m. Thursday at Broncbuster Stadium for visiting Ellsworth, Iowa, and the defending national championship... [Read More]
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Kids around the metro may be starting classes today, but students at Drake University are just moving in. [Read More]
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Wednesday was supposed to be the start of school in northwest Iowa's George-Little Rock district, but a problem with a bat infestation at the high... [Read More]
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Lots of students begin a school year by wearing their absolute favorite outfit, in line with the saying, you are what you wear. [Read More]
A DeWitt man is facing felony burglary and theft charges. [Read More]
Iowa Pork Industry Center at Iowa State University continues to work with industry professionals by offering Pork Quality Assurance Plus 3.0 advisor certification opportunities, including... [Read More]
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Ray Henderson has played wherever he has been needed this season for the Quad-Cities River Bandits. [Read More]
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In the year since the "Go all in" recycling program was launched in Davenport and Bettendorf, the total tonnage of recyclables collected has increased 250... [Read More]
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The American Red Cross of the Quad-Cities and Western Illinois will be joining other chapters nationally in a program to get free smoke alarms into... [Read More]
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Genesis Health System President and CEO Doug Cropper is one of eight new members elected to the board of trustees of the American Hospital Association.... [Read More]
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By the end of the week, the Twin Bridges Motor Inn should be rubble. [Read More]
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