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Dubuque man arrested after hitting, choking pregnant girlfriend

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) - Dubuque police arrested 26-year-old Trevor Boyd for allegedly choking and hitting his pregnant girlfriend. Court documents say Boyd and his girlfriend were leaving a family gathering at approximately 8:00 pm on May 22nd, 2022, when he became angry with her. While in a vehicle, Boyd reportedly choked the her until she nearly blacked out and then punched her in the stomach several times.
DUBUQUE, IA
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Grant County Business Robberies

Authorities are continuing to investigate a series of burglaries at Grant County-area businesses. A release from the Lancaster Police Department says their office has received reports of two burglaries in the past few months. Officials also say a Fennimore business was burglarized in the past week. Law enforcement believes the same person committed these three crimes. Police say the suspect has only been taking cash, walking past other valuables. Authorities remind business owners to talk to employees about making sure doors are locked. Also, if you see something suspicious, let police know so they can investigate.
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Dubuque Officials Issue Bear Aware Alert

Leaders in Dubuque are asking residents to be “bear aware” amid reports of a black bear roaming northeast Dubuque since early May. The city released information that it is working with the Iowa DNR, the Dubuque County Conservation Board, and Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department to monitor the bear’s movement. The bear has reportedly focused on eating birdseed, pet food and garbage. The city asks everyone to remove the easy meals for the bear by putting away birdseed, barbeque drip pans, and putting food and garbage in places bears can’t access them. A DNR wildlife biologist says once the food is gone, the bear will move on to natural food sources out of town.
DUBUQUE, IA
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Guttenberg Now Has its First Brewery in the Neighborhood

A brand new brewery is set to hold a soft opening this weekend in Guttenberg, IA. Guttenberg Brewing Company's doors are finally set to open. Its owner, Kathryn Klaes, might only be 24-years-old, but with a background in chemistry and engineering, she undoubtedly has the knowledge to make this project a delicious success. Her love for craft beer also helps.
GUTTENBERG, IA
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One injured in crash early Thursday

One person was injured in an early morning crash in Jo Daviess County. At about 6:35 a.m. on Thursday, the Jo Daviess County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a two-vehicle crash with injuries on Illinois Route 84 North at High Ridge Road in rural Galena, a news release says.
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Riverview Center is looking for volunteers

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) -There is a place that specializes in providing free services to those who have suffered sexual violence in fourteen area counties. It’s a non-profit called Riverview Center. Jordan Hoftender, Riverview Center, enlightens viewers on how they might consider helping survivors of violence through volunteering. Volunteers assist...
DAVENPORT, IA
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Near-lockdown has Fennimore police warning about realistic toy guns

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A near-lockdown in Fennimore caused by a realistic-looking toy gun on Thursday has the police department urging parents to talk to their children about not bringing such items to public places. “While we understand those involved are just having fun, some of these toys look exactly...

Dubuque Issue Bear Aware Alert

(Dubuque, IA) — Leaders in Dubuque are asking residents should be “bear aware” amid reports of a black bear roaming northeast Dubuque since early May. The city released information that it is working with the Iowa D-N-R, the Dubuque County Conservation Board, and the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Department to monitor the bear’s movement. The bear has reportedly focused on eating birdseed, pet food and garbage. The city asks everyone to remove the easy meals for the bear by putting away birdseed, barbeque drip pans, and putting food and garbage in places bears can’t access them. A D-N-R wildlife biologist says once the food is gone, the bear will move on to natural food sources out of town.
DUBUQUE, IA
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Eastern Iowans warned over roaming black bear

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) — Dubuque and other eastern Iowa towns are warning residents to be bear aware this Memorial Day weekend. A black bear has been seen roaming through northeast Dubuque since the beginning of the month. The bear has reportedly focused on eating seeds, pet food and garbage.
DUBUQUE, IA

Dubuque’s Black Bear Needs a Name!

Having grown up in Dubuque and living elsewhere for several years, I certainly understand the appeal of relocating back to the area. Folks here are friendly, and we have safe neighborhoods. Not to mention great food, beautiful Mississippi River views, and some fantastic trails to roam. It's no surprise that...
DUBUQUE, IA
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Dubuque zoning board approves request for Milk House property

A proposed deli, grocery store and bakery at a historic Dubuque building passed its first regulatory hurdle on Thursday. City Zoning Board of Adjustment members voted unanimously to grant Tim Conlon and Roux Conlon-Loar a variance allowing for the establishment of a planned unit development at 620 South Grandview Ave. and 333 Bryant St., the site of the proposed new business.
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