Iowa senator accused of sexual misconduct argues Senate ethics rules don’t apply to acts before he was elected

CEDAR RAPIDS — It would be “fundamentally unfair” to hold Sen. Nate Boulton to the Senate’s code of conduct for actions that allegedly occurred before he was elected, according...

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Cedar Rapids bike share back on for May 2019

CEDAR RAPIDS — A new vendor has emerged to launch a bike share program with 200 bikes stationed in the core of Cedar Rapids before Bike to Work Week...

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Two men arrested after shooting at Cedar Rapids apartment building

Police have taken two men into custody in connection to a shooting incident Monday morning at Cambridge Apartments in northeast Cedar Rapids. Tarius T. Robinson, 18, was arrested for...

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Cedar Rapids City Council member Dale Todd to hold listening post on Wednesday

CEDAR RAPIDS — Dale Todd, City Council representative for District 3, has scheduled a listening post meeting to get input from residents of District 3, which primarily includes the...

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Iowa flu vaccine rate still causes public health concern

Influenza vaccination rates in Iowa beat out the national average during the past flu season. But state public health officials say that’s not enough to ensure Iowans stay healthy...

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Street, sidewalk repairs top concern for Sioux City seniors

SIOUX CITY — Sioux City seniors say street and sidewalk repairs, senior discounts and lower property taxes are top concerns that the city should address, according to the results...

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With over 100,000 Christmas lights, Ponca couple wins $50,000 prize

PONCA, Neb. — When Gene Watchorn first began decorating his home for Christmas, the power company would call, asking if there was an electrical problem at his rural residence,...

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Marriage licenses

Marriage licenses issued recently in Woodbury County:

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