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Large law enforcement response to Cedar Rapids crash Wednesday night

Cedar Rapids — Cedar Rapids crews responded to a crash on Council Street just north of Collins Road Wednesday evening. One car could be seen flipped over and another car appeared to be wrecked, drawing a massive law enforcement presence to the area around 9:15 p.m. Authorities tell Iowa's News...
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA
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UI student arrested after allegedly arriving at Johnson County Jail while drunk to pick up friend

A University of Iowa student is accused of being drunk when she drove to the Johnson County Jail to pick up a friend. That’s according to Iowa City Police, who say 21-year-old Hannah Johnson of Geneseo, Illinois arrived at the jail just after 2:45am Thursday morning in a 2007 Ford Explorer. Jail staff say they turned Johnson away due to her intoxication level, and an Iowa City Police officer followed her back to her car. She was allegedly behind the wheel with the engine running, and showed signs of intoxication. Police say Johnson failed an initial breath test, and performed poorly on field sobriety testing.
JOHNSON COUNTY, IA
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Man injured in I-380 crash near Center Point

The state legislature will meet for a special session to consider the set of proposed redistricting maps. Survey shows rural areas in Iowa struggling with mental health amid pandemic. Updated: 4 hours ago. A new survey from Iowa State and the University of Iowa looks at how the pandemic is...
CENTER POINT, IA
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Olivet Neighborhood Mission transitions to 7-day food pantry

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - The Olivet Neighborhood mission will be transitioning to a seven-day food pantry model. This allows Olivet clients to receive groceries every seven days instead of twice a month. This allows clients to receive more fresh food items such as eggs, milk, produce, and meat. Rather...
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA
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Iowa boy survives vicious dog attack

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) — Jeramias Robinson was returning a scooter to his neighbor on the southwest side of Cedar Rapids last Thursday when, unexpectedly, the neighbor’s pit bull ran from the front door straight to the eight year old. “I tried to run away but the dog got me...
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5 things to know about Iowa football before it faces Wisconsin

Homecoming is here for the University of Wisconsin football team, which will take on Iowa on Saturday. It’s the Badgers’ first trophy game of the season — the other two coming against Minnesota and Nebraska — and they’ll hope to return the Heartland Trophy to Madison. Iowa earned possession of the bronze bull trophy last season when it beat UW 28-7 in Iowa City.
IOWA STATE
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Hawkeye wrestling ready for a national title defense

IOWA CITY, Iowa (KCRG) - “When you’re a predator you don’t think about it ‘oh there’s a target on our back now’ you’re still on the prowl,” Iowa wrestling head coach Tom Brands said before Wednesday’s media day. The Hawkeyes aren’t thinking about the metaphorical crown they wear. The goal...
IOWA CITY, IA
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Mount Trashmore trails to close on November 12th

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (Iowa's News Now) — The Mount Trashmore trails and overlook will close in less than a month for the season. The trails will be open 9:00am - 4:00pm, Tuesday - Sunday beginning Tuesday, November 2nd (the trails are closed Mondays). If you're heading out to Mount Trashmore,...
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA
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Redhawks make triumphant return

VAN HORNE — The early jitters were obvious. North Tama’s first set was filled with errors and anxiousness, and the Redhawks went down 25-17. What happened next was a three-set display of grit, intensity and quality from both the Redhawks and their opponents, Class 1A No. 4 Lisbon. The Lions were in search of their first-ever appearance at state — No. 12 North Tama was hoping to get back to state for the third time in five seasons.
VAN HORNE, IA
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