Authorities investigating fatal ‘train vs. pedestrian’ incident in Iowa City

Iowa City — Emergency responders responded to the railroad tracks near Scott Boulevard Friday morning for a “train vs. Pedestrian” incident that has resulted in a fatality. Iowa City...

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Students enter the ‘Shark Tank’ for social good

IOWA CITY — They can feel worlds apart. Town and gown. Community members and college students. Iowa City parents hovering over toddlers screeching and squinting in the Pedestrian Mall...

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‘Feisty’ Warren looks to lead on climate, education

CEDAR RAPIDS — On the first day of her presidency, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said in Cedar Rapids on Thursday, she would ban any new mining or drilling on...

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Iowa Legislature aiming for Saturday adjournment

DES MOINES — Iowa legislative leaders believe they see the light at the end of the tunnel and are eyeing a Saturday adjournment — five days ahead of schedule....

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Mark Stoffer Hunter will lead send-off walking history tour Saturday

CEDAR RAPIDS — A walking tour on Saturday will be the final send-off for well-known historian Mark Stoffer Hunter, who is resigning from The History Center effective Tuesday. Stoffer...

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Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

OMAHA, Neb. – The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and its national, tribal and community partners will host the 17th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday at more than...

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After amputation, SCPD officer aims to be ‘the first Sioux City amputee in a squad car’

SIOUX CITY — A Sioux City Police officer who lost part of his leg to a serious post-injury infection has a bold idea — he wants to be the...

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Nearly 400 in Woodbury County seek FEMA assistance for flood damage

SIOUX CITY — Nearly 400 Woodbury County residents who sustained losses in last month’s flooding have applied for federal disaster assistance, a Federal Emergency Management Agency spokeswoman said.

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ESPN personality, Paralympic swimmer speaks at Siouxland Women’s Power Lunch

SOUTH SIOUX CITY — Nearly 1,200 people packed the Delta Hotels Center here Wednesday to hear an inspiring message from ESPN personality Victoria Arlen.

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Today’s best bets around Siouxland

Today’s top picks from our online calendar. Find more events at siouxcityjournal.com/calendar.

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