Author: Aaron Scheinblum

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Today marked the first day of the ski season at Sundown Mountain Resort, and many wasted no time making it to the mountain near Dubuque. [Read More]
Thursday's carbon monoxide scare at the law enforcement academy can serve as a reminder for homeowners to have their heating systems checked- a move technicians... [Read More]
People in Dubuque are responding to the most recent Hate Crime Report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, despite low numbers across the state. [Read More]
For months, organizers in Cedar Rapids have been searching for an overflow homeless shelter- and as of Saturday, they might have found one. [Read More]
Organizers say they postponed the event because of harassment towards the Hispanic community, and out of respect to the Tibbetts family. [Read More]
A local attraction is preparing to haunt visitors for another season, but due to high river levels along the Wapsipinicon River, flooding is currently haunting... [Read More]
With forecasts showing the Cedar River cresting on Tuesday, some local businesses are getting prepared for high water levels. [Read More]
Organizers said the inspiration of one local veteran missing in action, made it a priority to honor all veterans. [Read More]
After 111 years, a Dubuque family-run business is now preparing to close. A number of factors led to the owner's decision, but she has not... [Read More]
Crescent Community Health Center has received a $175,000 federal grant that they say will help with the demand for mental health providers and substance abuse... [Read More]
Another random attack here in Iowa has fellow women shocked and a little shaken, but advocates and police are saying women should not be afraid... [Read More]
Tags: Iowa - women - advocates
A guilty plea more than three years after the murder of a Dubuque woman left family members stunned there was even a plea at all. [Read More]
Dubuque Police are warning eastern Iowans about a new phone scam that demands money, or the person receiving the message could be assassinated. [Read More]
People in Dubuque gathered downtown this evening to give their input on how they would like to see the Central Avenue Corridor develop in the... [Read More]
For many across the state and the country, the 17th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001 served as a day to remember. [Read More]
Cornell College finally got a chance to play in its brand new football stadium Saturday night. [Read More]
Among the tens of thousands of fans at Kinnick today-- politicians. Tailgating with fans, but also looking to secure votes before the upcoming midterm election. [Read More]
Tags: Kinnick - Mixing - fans
The City Council unanimously approved changes to a street storage ordinance, focusing on cars that are not running properly or are unregistered. [Read More]
Dubuque is prepared to begin a project to improve cell phone signal across the city, but some neighbors were not aware the project existed and... [Read More]
As water flows down the Wapsipinicon River, all city officials can do is wait to see how high the river crests, and if the levees... [Read More]
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