Dubuque Feb 25 Weekly Crime Report: 80 Incidents and 12 Crime Stories
Dubuque Feb 25 Weekly Crime Report: 80 Incidents and 12 Crime Stories. During the last week, Dubuque reported a total of 80 crime cases, painting a grim picture of the place's security situation. The data showed that the majority of these cases were arrests, accounting for 68 incidents, which is 85% of the total crimes reported. This suggests a high level of law enforcement activity in the place. Thefts were the second most common type of crime with a total of 8 incidents, making up 10% of the total cases. Other types of crimes such as public intoxication were relatively less frequent, with only 3 cases reported. The least reported crime was burglary, with only a single incident reported over the week. The data suggests a need for increased vigilance and preventive measures to ensure the safety and security of Dubuque's residents.
Monticello, IA Residents: Your Future Puppies Best Friend Awaits!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around monticello.
Red Flag Warning issued for northeast Iowa
(ABC 6 News) – The National Weather Service is issuing a red flag warning in northeast Iowa starting Monday. Due to dry conditions, low humidity and strong winds, there is an increased risk for grass fires to get out of control. Affected areas include Mitchell, Howard, Winneshiek, Allamakee, Floyd,...
Iowa’s Weirdest World Record Happened Thanks to Diamond Jo’s
There are strange world records that have been broken all over the world. I'd have to say some of the craziest ones are things like the world's longest hair. I can't imagine having to deal with all of that hair just to break a record!. The weirdest Guinness World Record...
Two Vehicle Accident In Dubuque Injures One
Dubuque police say one person was injured in a two vehicle accident on Wednesday evening. The accident happened shortly after 9 o’clock on U.S. 61/151 near the Admiral Sheehy Drive ramp. Police say one of the vehicles driven by 24-year old Jordana Keahey of Hubbard, Iowa was traveling at a high rate of speed and couldn’t slowdown in time and rear-ended another vehicle driven by 37-year old David Leider of Dubuque.
Are YOU Brave Enough To Stay At Iowa’s Most Haunted Place?!?
Discover the ghostly secrets of Edinburgh Manor: Iowa’s most haunted destination! Learn how to spend the night and explore the haunted halls! 🏚️ #GhostHunters #HauntedPlaces #EdinburghManor. Scotch Grove, Iowa – Nestled in Jones County, Iowa, Edinburgh Manor is a place where history and mystery intertwine. This eerie...
Farley House Fire
A Farley home was damaged by fire yesterday afternoon. Around 3 o’clock firefighters from Farley were called to the home 700 First Avenue Northwest. Fire officials say there were no injuries. The Telegraph Herald reports damage was estimated at 100-thousand dollars and preliminary findings indicate the fire was electrical...
Non-profit holds 'seed swap' around Iowa
The Iowa nonprofit Nine Square Feet hosted a seed swap throughout the entire state. KCRG-TV9's Mollie Swayne reports on the event held in Dubuque.
Dubuque library hosts seed swap, giveaway
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) - On Saturday, the Iowa nonprofit “Nine Square Feet” hosted a seed swap throughout the entire state. One of the swap events was at the Carnegie-Stout Public Library in Dubuque. Nine Square Feet sent the library some seeds to give away. Households could take up...
‘It Was Crazy’: Construction Crew Unearths 19th-Century Beer Cave While Excavating Beneath Former Brewery
In an unforeseen historical revelation, an investment firm in Cascade, Iowa, stumbled upon a beer cave dating back to the 19th century hidden beneath a former brewery. As reported by KCRG News on Tuesday, Iowa Main Street Investments, led by Brian Bock, acquired the old brewery two years ago with the intention of transforming it […] The post ‘It Was Crazy’: Construction Crew Unearths 19th-Century Beer Cave While Excavating Beneath Former Brewery first appeared on Gin Raiders.
Popular Dubuque Business Expands
A well-known Dubuque business is putting the finishing touches on an expansion that aims to give patrons more room to socialize. The Dog House Lounge in Dubuque has expanded into space formerly utilized by neighboring business Donut Boy, which closed in July. Dog House owner Dusty Rogers said the renovation project has seen the bar expand into two rooms at the back of the former Donut Boy which once housed the business’ baking equipment and stored other items. Rogers said the two new spaces add about 900 square feet to the Dog House. The project also included renovation of the women’s bathroom and the construction of a new men’s bathroom, as the former men’s bathroom will be demolished to make room for an expanded kitchen. He noted that the project, which also included new tables, chairs and other furnishings, should be complete by April 1.
Rod and Custom Car Show returns to Monticello
MONTICELLO, CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - From old cars and truck to custom motorcycles, the 55th Rod and Custom Car show kicks off Saturday in Monticello. With around 60 different vehicles, organizers say there something for everyone over the two-day show. The show started back in 1970 -- first put...
An Outdoorsman’s Journal
Before I go any further with this week’s column, I would like to thank all the good people who sent me emails and texts after the column that my daughter, Selina, wrote, as well as the one I wrote about Selina. I would say Selina’s column was one of the most popular two or three with readers during the past 34 years. We speak every day and she truly has become a woman of the Rocky Mountains.
Dubuque man accused of murder expected to be found competent for trial
Lawyers for a Dubuque man accused of murdering his mother told a judge today that they expect he will be found competent to stand trial. A competency evaluation recently was performed on 28-year-old Tyler Dazey, at the request of his defense team. Dazey is charged in Iowa District Court of Dubuque County with first-degree murder and animal abuse in connection with the death of his mother, 46-year-old Jennifer Dazey. At a hearing this morning, defense attorney Joey Hoover told Iowa District Court Judge Thomas Bitter that an evaluation had been completed and that he expects the independent evaluator to find Dazey competent to stand trial. Bitter set a follow-up hearing for Thursday, Feb. 29, to confirm the report’s findings. Dazey’s jury trial currently is scheduled to begin April 16.
Today the gas price is close to $3.09 in Epworth as of 2024-02-25. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.262, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
GRAPHIC VIDEO: Dubuque County teens post video beating opossum to death, one person charged
Animal rights groups say a disturbing video out of Dubuque County showcases the weaknesses in Iowa's animal abuse laws.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in Monticello, IA
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of monticello..
The total snowfall Jones County got in January
Stacker compiled data on the snowfall that Jones County, Iowa received in January 2024 using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information
Dubuque County Feb 20 Weekly Crime Report: 92 Incidents and 16 Crime Stories
Dubuque County Feb 20 Weekly Crime Report: 92 Incidents and 16 Crime Stories. During the last week, Dubuque County reported a total of 92 crime cases, with the majority being arrests. A closer look at the data reveals that out of the total reported cases, arrests accounted for a staggering 91% (84 cases), followed by thefts at 5% (5 cases), and other miscellaneous crimes at 2% (2 cases). The least reported crime was assault, representing just 1% (1 case) of the total. This high prevalence of arrests over other types of crimes suggests a proactive approach by the local law enforcement agencies in this place. However, the presence of theft and assault cases, albeit in smaller numbers, indicates that there is still room for improvement in ensuring the safety and security of the residents.
These Monticello, IA based Kittens are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to monticello..