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Coralville man arrested after park ranger finds him smoking weed on the beach

A Coralville man was arrested Sunday night after a park ranger allegedly found him smoking marijuana on a public beach. The incident occurred at Bohemi Beach on the Coralville Reservoir in Solon at around 7:30 pm. A park ranger reportedly smelled marijuana coming from the beach and went to investigate. There, he found 20-year-old Jack Keller of East 2nd Avenue smoking something. No one else in the general area was smoking anything.
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Motorcyclist seriously injured in crash in Marion on Friday afternoon

MARION, Iowa (Iowa's News Now) — A motorcyclist was seriously injured after a crash in Marion that shut down a busy intersection Friday afternoon. Marion Police and Fire responded to the crash at the intersection of Highway 100 and Munier Road around 4 pm. Marion PD says the initial...
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One person hurt in crash near Central City

CENTRAL CITY, Iowa (KCRG) - A collision between two vehicles on the south side of Central City resulted in one of the drivers getting injured. At around 5:26 p.m., the Linn County Sheriff’s Office was sent to a report of a crash at the intersection of Central City Road and Iowa Highway 13. Deputies believe that a vehicle traveling westbound on Central City Road stopped at the intersection, then proceeded into it. They apparently struck another vehicle that was headed southbound on Highway 13, according to officials.
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[UPDATE] Truck Strikes Protestors In Cedar Rapids

After news broke of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe Vs. Wade early on Friday morning, protests started popping up all across the country. One protest in Cedar Rapids took a dangerous turn on Friday evening. A few hours after the decision went public, various pro-choice organizers started to...
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Central City woman hospitalized after crash Sunday evening

CENTRAL CITY, Iowa (Iowa's News Now) — A woman was injured after a crash in Central City on Sunday evening. Linn County Sheriff's Deputies and other agencies responded to the accident around 5:30 pm at Highway 13 and Central City Road. One woman was traveling westbound on Central City...
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Iowa News Headlines Monday, June 27th, 2022

(Des Moines, IA) -- Crowds gathered in many cities over the past three days to protest the end of nationwide abortion rights. Kathleen Murrin -- who attended a protest in Des Moines -- had an ectopic pregnancy, in which the fetus attaches somewhere beside the main uterus cavity and can threaten the mother’s life. says she’s heartbroken and furious over Friday’s ruling. In Cedar Rapids, an abortion rights protester was injured Friday night when a pick-up drove through the pedestrian cross walk. Other protesters took photos of the license plate. Cedar Rapids police have interviewed the driver.
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Man riding across America to raise awareness of rare diseases stops in Iowa

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) — Jörg Richter is from Germany, but he’s now familiar with the United States after seeing miles and miles of it from the seat of his bicycle. KCRG reports Richter stopped in Cedar Rapids Sunday during his third coast-to-coast bicycle trip in the U.S. These trips aren’t just about sightseeing, though.
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Members of Iowa City church react after fire

A day of prayer and grieving for members of Iowa City Church of Christ, as they held Sunday service a day after the church building caught fire. A man from Germany is in Cedar Rapids right now after months of biking across the U.S. But, his journey isn't just about sightseeing.
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Iowa agency approves $3.7M in incentives for Sub-Zero kitchen appliance factory in Cedar Rapids

A state agency has approved $3.7 million in incentives for a high-end kitchen appliance manufacturer planning to expand into Cedar Rapids. Sub-Zero Group aims to build a 400,000-square-foot factory in the eastern Iowa city beginning in late summer or early fall 2023, according to the Iowa Economic Development Authority. In exchange for a share of public money for the project, the private, Madison, Wisconsin-based company promises to hire 192 workers, paying 127 of those employees at least $24.20 an hour.
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Iowa City Church of Christ copes with destructive fire

A man from Germany is in Cedar Rapids right now after months of biking across the U.S. But, his journey isn't just about sightseeing. Show You Care: Four Oaks Golf Classic raises tens of thousands for the organization. Updated: 7 hours ago. Earlier this week, golfers and volunteers beat the...
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Weekend Protests in Iowa After Supreme Court Overturned Roe

(Des Moines, IA) Crowds gathered in many cities over the past three days to protest the end of nationwide abortion rights. Kathleen Murrin who attended a protest in Des Moines — had an ectopic pregnancy, in which the fetus attaches somewhere besides the main uterus cavity and can threaten the mother’s life, says she’s heartbroken and furious over Friday’s ruling. In Cedar Rapids, an abortion rights protester was injured Friday night when a pick-up drove through the pedestrian crosswalk. Other protesters took photos of the license plate. Cedar Rapids police have interviewed the driver.
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Hinson, Miller-Meeks, Feenstra Vote No on Gun Bill

WASHINGTON D.C. (Radio Iowa) Democratic Congresswoman Cindy Axne of West Des Moines and Republican Senator Joni Ernst voted for the gun bill President Biden signed into law this weekend. The rest of Iowa’s congressional delegation opposed it. Republican Congresswomen Ashley Hinson of Marion and Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Ottumwa as...
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