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Iowa Republicans criticize Senate candidate Michael Franken’s objection to anti-Biden flag

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Michael Franken said he did not serve his nation as a U.S. Navy admiral for a person flying a profane anti-Biden flag that he spotted on the campaign trail this week. Republicans said that means he doesn’t respect freedom of speech. Franken spoke Thursday during a campaign stop about seeing the […] The post Iowa Republicans criticize Senate candidate Michael Franken’s objection to anti-Biden flag appeared first on Iowa Capital Dispatch.
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Brittney Harvey named new softball coach at Hope College

HOLLAND, MI (WHTC AM/FM) – Brittney Harvey is excited to take her swing at building on the winning tradition of Hope College softball. The native of Waverly, Iowa, and a member of Trine University’s 2022 NCAA Division III national runner-up coaching staff has been named as Hope’s sixth head softball coach, Director of Athletics Tim Schoonveld announced.
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Lincoln man gets prison time for shooting girlfriend on Halloween in 2019

When Ryan Long arrived at the Lancaster County Courthouse from the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution for his latest sentencing hearing Thursday morning, the 32-year-old Lincoln man was already serving a 27-year sentence for a fatal shooting. Now, Long will tack close to another decade onto his stint in Tecumseh after...

Iowa Man Claims He Recorded a UFO in Middle of Major City [VIDEO]

Within the last several years, the United States government finally confirmed to the public that they have knowledge of Unidentified Flying Objects -- not aliens -- just UFOs. If you ask me, the timing of the confirmation of UFOs in American skies was definitely strategic. Amid the pandemic, social justice upheaval, and a pending election, it was the right time for the government to tell us that they definitely have had videos of the flying vehicles.

Waterloo/Cedar Falls Salvation Army returns to reduced lunch schedule

WATERLOO, Iowa (KCRG) - Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Salvation Army has announced that the noon lunch, which was previously five days a week, has to return to a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule only. The Noon Lunch will be served Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:30 a.m. to...

Body Found in River Identified

Waterloo Police have identified a man who they say drowned in the Cedar River, possibly during the My Waterloo Days parade, according to KWWL. The body of 25 year old Miguel Angel Reyes-Guzman was pulled from the river around 2:15pm on June 13th. Police had been initially alerted to the presence of a man in the river around 6:30 p.m. on June 10th, while the parade was going on. They were unable to locate Reyes-Guzman at that point but they did find his shirt on the shore. No foul play is suspected. An autopsy determined Reyes-Guzman drowned.

Body Found in Cedar River Identified by Waterloo Police

Just over two weeks ago, on Monday, June 13, authorities pulled a lifeless body from the Cedar River. Waterloo Fire Rescue began their search of the river the previous Friday night and Saturday morning after they were notified of a Hispanic man taking his shirt off and entering the river.

Rising fuel prices hurting local breweries

WATERLOO, Iowa (KCRG) -Rising gas and diesel prices along with inflation also has some local breweries raising their prices. “We’re getting hit by a lot of angles right now,” said David Morgan, founder of Single Speed Brewing Company in Waterloo. Morgan says another angle that’s hitting them hard is the gas prices increasing across the country.