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A turkey flew through a US Bank window in downtown Dubuque on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. [Read More]
A Dubuque city street is closed Tuesday for emergency sewer repairs. [Read More]
A turkey flew through a glass window in a bank in downtown Dubuque on Tuesday, bank officials said. [Read More]
Mike Donohue, regional president of U.S. Bank in Dubuque, discusses a wild turkey flying through a window of the bank Tuesday afternoon. [Read More]
A City of Dubuque golf course will open at noon Wednesday, officials have announced. [Read More]
Mike Donohue had never experienced anything in the banking industry quite like today's uninvited visitor. [Read More]
Flood Warning: Dubuque, IA; Jo Daviess, IL until 3:11 AM... [Read More]
Police have arrested a Dubuque man accused of wielding a gun during a February robbery at a local home. [Read More]
The City of Dubuque reports that West 16th Street between Catherine and Cornell streets is closed today to make emergency sanitary sewer repairs. [Read More]
The Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque hosts its second annual data walk from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, at the foundation, 700 Locust... [Read More]
Forecasters have issued a flood warning for the Mississippi River in the tri-state area. [Read More]
Dodge St. and Central Ave. will be getting makeovers this Summer. Dodge St. and Central Ave. will be getting makeovers this Summer. [Read More]
A Dubuque man convicted of killing a 59-year-old man in Bellevue is filing an appeal. [Read More]
Dubuque' Leisure Services will host a free showing of "Singin' in the Rain" this week. [Read More]
(new) The westbound lane of East 20th Street between Jackson and White streets will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. [Read More]
Western Dubuque Community School Board members recently approved the 2019-2020 school calendar. [Read More]
Police said a Dubuque man reported possible injuries from a crash Sunday afternoon. [Read More]
A Dubuque man sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison for a Bellevue man's murder is appealing his conviction. [Read More]
Residents can get a peek at the potential future of Dubuque's Central Avenue corridor next week. [Read More]
The Dubuque Community Schools robotics team advanced to the FIRST Robotics Competition championship with its performance at a regional contest last weekend. [Read More]
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