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Wanted Cedar Rapids man with no body art allegedly uses ID of barred driver with ear gauges, neck tattoos in attempt to avoid arrest at hands of Johnson County deputies

Johnson County deputies say a wanted Cedar Rapids man with no body art tried to avoid arrest by giving them the ID of a barred driver who has ear gauges and a neck tattoo. The incident began when deputies pulled over a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am for an equipment violation near the intersection of Sand Road and 560th Street, north of River Junction, just before 3:30 Saturday morning. The driver gave a name that came back as being barred from driving. The man was arrested for Driving While Barred and not having proof of insurance.
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Car vaults, rolls off Highway 151 due to "medical event," Linn County Sheriff says

LINN COUNTY, Iowa - (Iowa's News Now) — The Linn County Sheriff's Office says one person was injured when his car vaulted over a road between Springville and Anamosa. The crash happened just before 2 pm Saturday. The sheriff's office, along with Linn County Rescue, Jones County Sheriff deputies, and first responders from Anamosa responded to the crash on Highway 151 near Taylor Road.
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Juvenile hurt in southeast Cedar Rapids shooting

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - One person was hurt in a shooting on Saturday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials. At around 3:34 p.m, the Cedar Rapids Police Department received reports of gunshots in the 1400 block of Third Avenue SE. Officers located a male juvenile at the scene who had been shot in the abdomen.
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One person hurt in Saturday crash in Linn County

SPRINGVILLE, Iowa (KCRG) - A crash involving one vehicle in rural Linn County resulted in injuries to one person, according to law enforcement officials. At around 1:56 p.m. on Saturday, July 2, the Linn County Sheriff’s Department was sent to a report of a crash near the intersection of U.S. Highway 151 and Taylor Road, located northeast of Springville. Deputies arrived and found a crashed 2012 Ford Escape, which they believe entered the south ditch, causing it to vault over Taylor Road and roll on nearby private property.
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Convicted domestic abuser charged with discharging firearm multiple times near Swisher

A convicted domestic abuser faces charges that he discharged a firearm multiple times outside a residence west of Swisher. Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to an address on the 1500 block of 120th Street NW just before 8:45pm on June 24th after a neighbor reported hearing at least ten gunshots coming from a nearby house. 35-year-old Robert Thornton of Cedar Rapids allegedly told investigators that he had been firing a 9mm handgun he keeps for home protection. The gun was found in the driver’s side door panel of the vehicle he was driving.
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Show N’ Shine car show held at Noelridge Christian Church

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Classy Chassy Cruisers held the Show N’ Shine car show at Noelridge Christian Church in Cedar Rapids as part of the Freedom Festival on Saturday. Around 50 trucks, tractors, motorcycles, and cars new and old were shown off at the event. This included a nearly 100-year-old Ford Model T, a 1968 Ford Mustang, and a variety of old John Deere tractors. The event, which was free, featured local food trucks, snow cones, popcorn, and live music.
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Black Hawk County crash injures driver

People celebrating the 4th of July holiday will have to dig deeper into their wallets. KCRG-TV9's Mollie Swayne talked to campers who decided to stay local. A shooting in Cedar Rapids on Saturday afternoon sent a juvenile male to the hospital. 'Show N' Shine' car show raises money for hospice.
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Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmers Market draws holiday weekend crowd

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Cedar Rapids held its fourth downtown farmers market of the year on Saturday. People came out and shopped the over 150 vendors from all across eastern Iowa, carrying different food and gift options. “I just like the sense of community that you get when you...
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Lots of sunshine for Sunday as humidity creeps higher

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - The holiday weekend marches on, and marches toward warmer and potentially stormy conditions toward its end. Lows tonight drop to near 60, with highs in the mid to upper 80s on Sunday under mostly clear skies. A southerly wind will slowly increase our dew points through the day, leading toward a warmer night on Sunday night in the upper 60s.
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Field Of Dreams TV Series Benched

(Dyersville, IA) — Iowa-based filming of the “Field of Dreams” television series was supposed to start in the coming months, but the project has suffered a setback. Variety reports the Peacock Network has dumped the show and Universal Television is trying to shop it to other media outlets. The series was to be a prequel to the 1989 movie that was shot, in part, in Dyersville.
DYERSVILLE, IA
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Campers head out to enjoy the holiday weekend

People celebrating the 4th of July holiday will have to dig deeper into their wallets. KCRG-TV9's Mollie Swayne talked to campers who decided to stay local. A shooting in Cedar Rapids on Saturday afternoon sent a juvenile male to the hospital. 'Show N' Shine' car show raises money for hospice.
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Cedar Rapids group protests Roe v. Wade decision

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Hundreds of passionate and determined people gathered in Green Square Park in downtown Cedar Rapids to protest the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. “I have two granddaughters, and I want them to live in a world where they can make their...
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