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Iowa Women in Ag to hold virtual conferenceIf you are interested in current issues in agriculture, plan to tune in July 30.

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Legal Debate Swirls Around Calls for Mask Mandate in IALegal Debate Swirls Around Calls for Mask Mandate in IA MUSCATINE, Iowa - With COVID-19 cases flaring up in many parts of the country, there's a movement among local governments to issue mask mandates.

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"It was a perfect night" Over 200 athletes showcase talent at Iowa Track Guy CarnivalAfter both the state competition and drake relays were cancelled due to COVID-19, Mike Jay and his Foundation sponsored a track and field that consisted of over 200 athletes from six different states.

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Iowa district suspends summer school program after two days over COVID-19 concernsNivea Ross, 8, a summer school student at North Hill Elementary School in Burlington, makes her way to a waiting vehicle Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at the end of the school day.

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High Trestle Trail has some of best views in IowaWith no RAGBRAI this year, it is a good chance to checkout some beautiful trails we have this state.

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Iowa City parking permit and agreement holders to receive refund creditParking pass holders and those with parking agreements for spaces in downtown Iowa City will receive a refund credit from the city for the 56-day period from March 23 to May 18 that hourly parking fees were suspended to the public amid the downtown's pandemic-related closure.

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Gov. Reynolds steers $50M CARES Funds toward Iowa's Mental Health SystemToday Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that $50,000,000 in federal funds allocated through the CARES Act will be invested in Iowa's mental health care system.

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Test Iowa clinic site to open in Kossuth CountyThe new clinic site will be located at the former Ernie Williams Harley Shop at 2701 US - Hwy 18 in Algona.

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Iowa City firefighters, area agencies battle apartment fireFirefighters from multiple agencies in Johnson County battled an apartment fire on Tuesday morning. Crews say the attic of an apartment at 671 Nex Ave.

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Reluctant Iowa City Council lifts gun ban to comply with new lawCiting the city's vulnerability to costly lawsuits and legal fees, the Iowa City Council on Tuesday reluctantly lifted a weapons ban on municipal properties.

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Iowa State president calls ICE actions toward international students 'unwise'Since Iowa State is considered a "hybrid school," a combination of online and in-person instruction, international students may not have to go home for the fall semester.

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Iowa City Human Rights Commission lay out goals moving forwardIowa City leaders outlined what racial equality might look like in the years to come in the city.

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Iowa members of Big Ten Anti-Hate and Anti-Racism Coalition starting to take actionThe team was announced by Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren in an open letter June 1, and according to Iowa's members, is being formed at a crucial time.

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Iowa women's cross country team features strong, local incoming freshmen classThe Iowa women's cross-country team will boast many new, yet familiar, faces this fall. Of the eight incoming freshmen on the women's team, seven attended high school in Iowa.

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Black Lives Matter protesters face rare leak charge in IowaIowa City, Iowa - Prosecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast.

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Iowa City to look to independent agency to review tear gas use against protesterThe Iowa City Council called on the city to hire an independent firm to investigate the use of tear gas and flash bangs against protesters last month.

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Feds unseal 2018 indictment charging Kazakh man in hacksSEATTLE — Two weeks after a cyber-security firm released the identity of an alleged hacker from Kazakhstan, federal authorities in Seattle have unsealed a 2018 indictment charging the man with an array of computer crimes.

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Initial PPP Loan data shows some Iowa companies received millions but said they saved no jobsThe initial data released from the Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration on the Paycheck Protection Program shows some Iowa companies received millions in potentially forgivable loans but saved no jobs.

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Iowa City day camp implements changes, limiting campers, to ensure safety during pandemicIth concerns around the pandemic, most overnight summer camps have closed, and even some day camps have had to shut down due to the virus.

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Iowa County reports county's first COVID-19 deathThe Iowa County Health Department announced the first COVID-19 death within the county. The person was in the 18-40 age range.

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Federal charges filed for 7 protesters in Portland, OregonPORTLAND, Ore. — The U.S. Attorney in Oregon announced federal charges Tuesday against seven protesters accused in court papers of defacing a federal courthouse and assaulting federal officers during protests in Portland, Oregon against racial injustice and police brutality.

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For construction workers, hot weather makes a tough job even tougherThe hot and humid temperatures will be sticking around for a while. According to the Storm Track 7 weather team, Wednesday is expected to be the hottest day we have seen so far in 2020.

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Andrew Jackson statue loses status in city named for himJACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi city named after former U.S. President Andrew Jackson will remove a downtown statue of him and put it in a less prominent spot.

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Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirusRIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for the new coronavirus after months of downplaying the virus' severity.

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Trump pushes state, local leaders to reopen schools in fallPresident Donald Trump is launching an all-out effort to press state and local officials to reopen schools this fall.

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Civil rights groups denounce Facebook over hate speechFacebook keeps telling critics that it is doing everything it can to rid its service of hate, abuse and misinformation.

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Fox's Carlson criticized for saying Democrats hate AmericaNEW YORK — Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson is drawing heat for a sharp commentary that said Democrats should be disqualified from running the country because they despise it.

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Heat Advisory issued for many southern Minnesota, northern Iowa countiesDrink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors.

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Iowa State first Power Five offer for DB Saveon BrownSouth Holland. Thornwood 2022 DB Saveon Brown talks Iowa State offer.

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Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefitsWASHINGTON — Newly released government data show at least a dozen lawmakers have ties to organizations that received federal coronavirus aid.

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Excavations to resume for 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre gravesTULSA, Okla. — Tulsa officials announced that the city will resume test excavations of potential unmarked graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre after the effort was halted in March because of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning Until Tue 6:30 Pm CdtLast updated today at 6:17 pm July 7, 2020 6:04 pm kwwlweather Weather Alerts, Wx Alert - Linn County.

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Protective gear for medical workers begins to run low againThe personal protective gear that was in dangerously short supply during the early weeks of the coronavirus crisis in the U.S. is running low again.

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Campaigning during coronavirus, GOP ex-envoy falls shortSALT LAKE CITY — Jon Huntsman Jr. was an enormously popular governor, scion of a prominent family and ambassador under two presidents to America's biggest global rivals, so he should be a political force to be reckoned with.

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Local leader named to the Iowa Amputee Golf Association Board of DirectorsSteve Husome established the non-profit HusomeStrong Foundation after he had one of his legs amputated following a motorcycle accident in 2014.

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Iowa Governor Signs Legislation Related to Iowa County Hospitals' Authority to Borrow MoneyOn June 30, 2020, Governor Reynolds signed into law House File 2643 relating to various appropriations to and legal and regulatory responsibilities for state and local governmental entities.

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Police identify fourth victim killed in Iowa crashDES MOINES, Iowa — Police have released the name of the fourth victim of a fiery single-vehicle crash southwest of downtown Des Moines.

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Serbs protest reintroduction of virus lockdown measuresBELGRADE, Serbia — Thousands of people are protesting the Serbian president's announcement that a lockdown will be reintroduced after the Balkan country reported its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus.

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Iowa City Mayor Bruce Teague against allowing Iowa Freedom Rider representatives a seat in City Council meetingsIowa City Mayor Bruce Teague said he's hesitant to allow the Iowa Freedom Riders to sit in on City Council discussions of their demands, saying they shouldn't be the only voice for the Black community in Iowa City.

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High Trestle Trail has some of best views in IowaDevin Nunes' winery, yacht clubs, a resort in West Virginia owned by its governor - here's who got PPP loans.

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FBI investigates reported assault on Black man as hate crimeINDIANAPOLIS — An attorney says the FBI is investigating as a hate crime the assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake.

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Black Lives Matter protesters face rare leak charge in IowaProsecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast.

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COVID-19 outbreak infects 61 inmates, 5 staff at Iowa prisonIOWA CITY, Iowa — A coronavirus virus outbreak that has infected 61 inmates and five staff members at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility has claimed the life of its first inmate there.

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Was going crazy, came backTime to admit I've been sweating bullets this week as I ordered a ring from a jeweler in New York, the wifes birthday is today, and it wasn't here yet.

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The History Of Rock 'n' Roll With Talk Of Iowa Summer CampSummer may be a little different this year, but it's still a wonderful time for learning and adventure.

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Iowa State Patrol sees increase in excessive speeding amid pandemicIowa State Patrol says they've seen a pattern of dangerously high speeds emerge on Iowa roadways during the pandemic.

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Iowa farmers say MidAmerican refuses to pay up for wind turbine damageAbout two-dozen farmers and landowners in western Iowa say MidAmerican Energy is failing to fully pay them for damage caused when building an 81-turbine wind farm in Ida County.

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Why White Evangelicals Voted For TrumpIn 2016, more than 80 percent of white evangelical Christians voted for President Trump. Author Kristin Kobes Du Mez's new book, " Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation" attempts to understand why.

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The History Of Rock 'n' Roll With Talk Of Iowa Summer CampSummer may be a little different this year, but it's still a wonderful time for learning and adventure.

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Iowa Gov. Reynolds signs bill to raise tobacco usage ageGovernor Kim Reynolds signed a bill into law that raises the legal age to purchase tobacco products, including vaping products, to 21.

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VIP: Notes on Iowa's 2021 TE recruitingIowa's 2021 class is ranked in the top-20 by 247Sports, but one of the positions that the Hawkeyes are still trying to fill is the tight...

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Iowa to send $308 each to 247,785 children to buy groceriesIowa will soon distribute $307.80 each in food benefits to nearly a quarter-million children, state officials said.

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Scuba diver, metal detector hobbyist find lost ring in Iowa lakeJuly 7 - An Iowa man whose wedding ring plunged into the murky waters of a lake received some help from a pair of men with an underwater metal detector.

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US notifies UN of withdrawal from World Health OrganizationWASHINGTON — The Trump administration has formally notified the United Nations of its withdrawal from the World Health Organization.

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Trump administration sends letter withdrawing U.S. from World Health Organization over coronavirus responseThe Trump administration has sent a letter to the United Nations withdrawing the United States from the World Health Organization over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, a dramatic move that could reshape public health diplomacy.

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Black Lives Matter protesters face rare leak document charge in IowaProsecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast.

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Toe Tappin' Local MusicMissing live music? Us too. No worries – we central Iowans find a way to have fun no matter the.

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Iowa News DigestHello! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Iowa.

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Governor says local face mask requirements are 'null'Governor Kim Reynolds today said she has not given Iowa cities and counties authority to enforce local ordinances that require people to wear face coverings in public.

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Iowa DOT asking for input about proposed roundabout project in Benton CountyThe Iowa Department of Transportation is asking for input from the public about the proposed construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Iowa 150 with 31st Avenue and 55th Street in Benton County.

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Corridor fireworks complaints 'non-stop' this Fourth of JulyWith many municipal fireworks shows canceled this July 4 amid the pandemic, consumer fireworks vendors said their sales were up - and so, it turns out, were illegal displays.

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Manchester plant expansion will add up to 50 jobsWork has begun on a significant addition to a plant in Manchester that will more than triple its size and expand its work force.

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Coronavirus outbreak confirmed at state prison in Fort DodgeNearly 500 inmates and staff have been tested for COVID-19 and today, prison officials report 61 inmates and two staff members have the virus.

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Iowa high school summer sports: Not totally normal, but there's normalcyA softball season that just got started is rapidly drawing to a close.

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At the Table with Your Mom's BakeryStrawberry-filled chocolate cupcakes with chocolate buttercream from Your Mom's Bakery are equal parts tasty as visually appealing.

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Latest Iowa COVID-19 numbersHere are the latest coronavirus numbers from the Iowa Department of Health as of 1 p.m.

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'Rory's Choice' at AllspiceTry these three spices from Allspice to energize your recipes, from deviled eggs to white fish to black beans.

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Washington Library Expands ServicesWashington Public Library Director Bryna Walker explains the next phase of the library opening including expanded contactless curbside pick up, on today's Halcyon House Washington Page.

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In Touch With Southeast IowaIowa State Extension Swine Specialist Matthew Romoser talks about keeping pigs cool and comfortable this summer and the issues of working above capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic on today's In Touch With Southeast Iowa program.

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Iowa governor signs law permanently allowing sales of to-go cocktailsLast week, Iowa governor Kim Reynolds signed HF2540 into legislation, making the Hawkeye state the first to permanently allow to-go and delivery sales of cocktails.

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Des Moines Art Center Reopens TodayThe Des Moines Art Center is taking steps to ensure visitor safety. Photo: Des Moines Art Center Months after closing its doors in response to COVID-19, the Des Moines Art Center is planning to reo...

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Making WhoopieThis marriage of convenience is about to get sticky. Getting hitched for the health insurance is not Jocelyn Asher's idea of romance.

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Deputies find homemade pipe bomb in Iowa hunting areaIf anybody has information about who is responsible for building the device or placing it, contact the Boone County Sheriff's Office at 433-0524.

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Coronavirus hospitalizations tick upward, first death reported in Hancock CountyAs Iowa saw an uptick in coronavirus cases in the last few weeks, the number of Iowans in the hospital has also increased in the last three days.

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Iowa State football: Height and weight changes for the 2020 rosterFootball programs are meticulous about their athletes' diets, nutrition and weights.

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Gov. Reynolds announces $50 million in funding for mental health systems in IowaReynolds announced on Tuesday the state is allocating more than $50 million in CARES funding to Iowa's mental health systems.

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Public health protocols don't mask opinion at Grassley town hallLooking out at a roomful of people, many masked and spread out, isn't what Sen.

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Iowa Senator Joni Ernst discusses second COVID-19 relief package while in Sioux CityShe said one of her main priorities is making sure there is help for childcare providers so parents can go back to work safely, and that there is liability protection.

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Gallup Poll: Trump approval at 38% overall, while Republicans vastly approveDonald Trump's approval rating remains high with Republicans but is suffering overall, a Gallup poll out today shows.

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Change of venue sought in trial involving the death of Fort Dodge priestThe attorney representing the man accused of killing a Fort Dodge pastor last fall is requesting a change of venue for the trial.

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Iowa man arrested for attempted murder after stabbing woman in Cedar RapidsAn Iowa man is in jail today after police say he tried to murder a woman Monday in Cedar Rapids.

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Large fight in Charles City yields arrest of wanted manJust after midnight on June 27, 2020, Charles City police were sent to the 900 block of Hulin Stre...

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Decorah couple survive plane crash in MinnesotaThe FAA is investigating a single-engine plane crash near a Minnesota airport involving a Winneshiek County couple.

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Iowa Stops Hunger: Hunger So Close to HomeA virtual panel discussion on hunger and food insecurity across our state.

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Nearly 270 new coronavirus cases, four more deaths reported in IowaAt least 269 new confirmed cases of coronavirus and four deaths have been reported in Iowa over a 24-hour period, according to the state's website.

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Latest Iowa news, sports, business and entertainment at 11:20 a.m. CDTIowa U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley will not be attending the Republican National Convention for the first time in his 40-year Senate career due to concerns about the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus in Iowa: 4 COVID-19 deaths, 273 confirmed cases reportedAnother four people with COVID-19 have died and there have been an additional 273 confirmed cases, the state reported Tuesday.

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Republicans Screwed Themselves By Attacking Iowa Absentee Ballot EffortsIowa Republican legislators' move to restrict absentee balloting in the pandemic is about to blow up in their face.

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Suspect in killing of Iowa pastor requests a change in venueThirty-year-old Joshua Pendleton is charged with first-degree murder in the October 2, 2019, death of the Reverend Allen Henderson.

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Sioux City working to fix damage to Flight 232 monumentThe parks director in Sioux City says damage to the Flight 232 memorial on the city's riverfront was caused by nature — not vandalism.

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Chef-led Master Class and Inside Look at ia magazineTune into an action-packed, culturally engaging hour of cooking demonstrations from Port of Des Moines chefs, a tour of the River Center event venue and an inside look at our stunning new issue of ia magazine.

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Iowa Department of Public Health reports an additional 273 positive COVID-19 cases and four deathsThere have been an additional 273 positive cases of COVID-19 reported in Iowa, making for a total of 31,925 cases.

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273 more COVID-19 cases and four deaths reported in Iowa TuesdayThe Iowa Department of Public Health is reporting 273 additional COVID-19 cases and four deaths in Iowa over the last 24 hours.

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Top recipients of Paycheck Protection loans in Iowa include corn growers, churchesCorn growers, restaurant owners and churches received the most forgivable loans handed out in Iowa as part of Congress' COVID-19 stimulus package, according to data released Monday by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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Gov. Reynolds announces $50 million in funding for Iowa's mental health systemGovernor Kim Reynolds says the state is allocating $50 million through the CARES Act to be invested in Iowa's mental health care system.

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Kim Reynolds will use $50 million in federal funds to boost Iowa mental health services"With these kinds of disruptions in our lives and livelihoods, it's important for Iowans to be mindful of their mental health and to know that there's a place to go if they need help," Gov.

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Police identify fourth victim killed in Iowa crashDES MOINES, Iowa — Police have released the name of the fourth victim of a fiery single-vehicle crash southwest of downtown Des Moines.

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International students in U.S. out of country if classes go onlineInternational students enrolled in U.S. colleges will be booted from the country or forced to transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, new guidelines issued by ICE Monday say.

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Two senior GOP senators to skip convention in FloridaA pair of the Senate's most senior Republicans are skipping the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville, Florida, where President Donald Trump will be nominated for a second term.

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Tipton, Independence among cities to get state money for downtown projectsTipton and Independence were among 26 cities across Iowa to receive $100,000 in state aid for downtown projects, Iowa Economic Development Authority said Tuesday morning.

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COVID-19 outbreak infects 61 inmates, 5 staff at Iowa prisonIOWA CITY, Iowa — A coronavirus virus outbreak that has infected 61 inmates and five staff members at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility has claimed the life of its first inmate...

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Iowa Veterans Home disciplines employees for mask violationsEmployees at the Iowa Veterans Home have been disciplined more than 20 times for personal protective equipment lapses that potentially exposed residents and staff to coronavirus.

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Complaint: Cedar Rapids man accused in Monday morning stabbing planned to kill his wifeAccused of trying to kill his wife, court documents show Anthony M. Depolis, 30, had planned to kill his wife before that stabbing incident Monday morning.

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First Iowa prisoner dies of coronavirusA Fort Dodge inmate is Iowa's first prisoner to die from COVID-19 - fallout from an outbreak first detected last week.

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Glenn RoweGraveside services for 68-year-old Glenn Rowe of Wellman will be at 10:30a.m. Thursday, July 9th at the Wellman Cemetery.

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Iowa State basketball: Steve Prohm expects players on campus by July 15Try to envision being the parent of a college freshman. Think about that goodbye hug, handshake or whatever before the kid goes off on their own for the first time.

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Iowa Veterans Home disciplines employees for PPE violationsMARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — Employees at the Iowa Veterans Home have been disciplined more than 20 times for personal protective equipment lapses that potentially exposed residents and staff to coron...

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Judge orders shutdown of oil pipeline that runs thru 18 Iowa countiesRadio Iowa) — A federal judge has ordered the Dakota Access oil pipeline that runs through Iowa to shut down until an environmental review is completed.

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Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown disciplines employees for mask violationsEmployees at the Iowa Veterans Home have been disciplined more than 20 times for personal protective equipment lapses that potentially exposed residents and staff to coronavirus.

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Iowa Lottery expected to hit budget goals, but not recordsIowa Lottery spokesperson, Mary Neubauer says they won't set another record for sales in the fiscal year that just ended June 30th.

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In wake of George Floyd's death, Hawkeyes and athletes around the country speak out for racial justice, a trend that is not going awayDeon Craig trusted his son enough to let him move 90 minutes from the family's Indiana home to attend the Culver Academies boarding school.

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Same sculptor who created Iwo Jima statue in Arlington made one for Cedar RapidsA version of the well-known Iwo Jima flag-raising sculpture - officially known as the Marine Corps War Memorial - stands in front of the Veterans Memorial Building on May's Island in Cedar Rapids.

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2 from Greenfield arrested on Sexual AbuseA man and woman from Greenfield were arrested on felony warrants June 29th at the Union County Sheriff's Office on Sexual Abuse and other charges.

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Judge orders shutdown of pipeline that runs through 18 Iowa countiesA federal judge has ordered the Dakota Access oil pipeline that runs through Iowa to shut down until an environmental review is completed.

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Bruno, the bear, made it all the way to St. Louis metroRadio Iowa) — The bear that captured attention as it wandered through eastern Iowa last month attracted more crowds in Missouri.

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Conducting a win: Michelle Perrin Blair takes top prize with Revival Theatre productionHouston native Michelle Perrin Blair grew up attending musical theater productions, but as a violinist and orchestral conductor, most recently at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, she hadn't had much experience conducting staged works until aligning with Revival Theatre Company for 'Funny Girl' in 2016.

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Iowa Catholic bishops seek commutation of Honken's executionRadio Iowa) — Iowa's four Catholic bishops are asking President Trump to cancel the July 17th execution of an Iowan found guilty of killing five people, including two children.

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State Awards $2.6 Million in Catalyst Funding to Rejuvenate Downtowns Across IowaJuly 7, 2020 - The City Atlantic was recently awarded $100,000 from the Iowa Economic Development Authority , for a SHIFT ATL building rehabilitation project.

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U.S. 59 south of Denison to temporarily close Thursday, July 16July 7, 2020 - The Iowa Department of Transportation's District 3 office reports a project to replace a reinforced concrete box culvert on U.S. 59 south of Denison in Crawford County requires closing the roadway to traffic beginning on Thursday morning, July 16, until November 2020, weather permitting.

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Podcast) KJAN 8-a.m. News, 7/7/20More State and area news from KJAN News Director Ric Hanson.

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Iowa Crops Saw Drier Weather And Warmer Temps Over The Past WeekIt wasn't necessarily great news for some parts of the state as the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition Report for the week ending July 5 showed an average of six days suitable for field work.

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Black Lives Matter protesters face rare leak charge in IowaProsecutors in Iowa have filed a rarely used leak charge against Black Lives Matter protesters accused of stealing a confidential police document and displaying it during a television news broadcast.

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Bruno, the bear, made it all the way to the St. Louis metroThe bear that captured attention as it wandered through eastern Iowa last month attracted more crowds in Missouri.

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After I-380 crash, Waterloo woman flown from Center Point to UIHC for injuriesA Waterloo woman was flown to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for life-threatening injuries after a crash on Interstate 380 north of Center Point Monday afternoon.

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Iowa's Catholic bishops seek commutation of Honken's executionIowa's four Catholic bishops are asking President Trump to cancel the July 17th execution of an Iowan found guilty of killing five people, including two children.

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Heartbeat Today 7-7-2020Jim Field visits with Atlantic Parks and Recreation Director Bryant Rasmussen about a scavenger hunt program aiming to get people more familiar with Atlantic's city park system.

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MidWestOne in Iowa hires outsider as next presidentLen Devaisher once served as a regional executive for Old National Bancorp.

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Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 7/7/20The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast with Jim Field.

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Grinnell woman arrested on a Theft charge in Creston44-year old Joni Kibbe, of Grinnell, was arrested at the Creston Wal-Mart Store, for Theft in the 5th Degree....

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Hawks Hit the Road for North CedarThe Mid-Prairie Golden Hawk baseball and softball teams are back on the diamond Tuesday when they travel to North Cedar to take on the Knights.

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Inequities grew as COVID-19 took hold; Congress must act in responseWhile most Iowans spent the first three months of the coronavirus crisis struggling to stay physically healthy and financially afloat, the state's richest resident had a happier occupation: watching his fortune grow.

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Iowa City Council to vote on lifting weapons banFirearms soon could be permitted inside city of Iowa City-owned properties for the first in nearly a decade.

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Game One Slips Away from Demons, Dominate Panthers in NightcapA hot night in Mount Pleasant for the final Southeast Conference doubleheader of the season turned into a split for the Washington softball team on Monday.

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Ravens Meet Second Ranked FalconsThe Hillcrest Academy Raven softball team will face a tall task on Tuesday when they travel to Letts for a makeup game against Louisa-Muscatine.

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Golden Hawk Girls and Boys Break Out Brooms on PanthersMonday was a big night for the Mid-Prairie Golden Hawk boys and girls of summer, with the baseball and softball teams sweeping away the visiting Monticello Panthers in their respective contests.

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Huskie Bats Topple LionsIn an area battle that did not impact Southeast Iowa Super Conference standings, the Highland baseball team pulled away from Lone Tree last night on the road 12-7.

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Prosperous Fifth Inning Propels Eagles Past BravesA crooked number is what any offense aims for in every inning and the Keota baseball team had the ultimate crooked number in the fifth en route to a 15-9 South Iowa Cedar League road victory against Montezuma.

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Cedar Rapids man accused of assaulting police dogA Cedar Rapids man is accused of kicking a Coralville K-9 officer multiple times while high on LSD.

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Iowa Lottery to meet fiscal year goals despite drop in salesRadio Iowa) — Iowa Lottery spokesperson, Mary Neubauer says they won't set another record for sales in the fiscal year that just ended June 30th.

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60 Days Until Iowa Hawkeyes Football: Noah FenskeThe redshirt freshman from Iowa is still a season or two away.

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Keep Pigs Cool and Comfortable This SummerThe hot and humid summer months bring on challenges for pork producers, most worrisome is the health and safety of their pigs.

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Hot and Humid Conditions Expected this WeekThe National Weather Service says there will also be a daily risk of afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms.

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Iowa News Headlines Tuesday, July 7, 2020Washington, DC) - U-S Senator Chuck Grassley says he wouldn't have an objection to the idea of renaming military bases.

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Excessive Speeds on Iowa's Roads Seeing UptickIowa has seen an uptick in dangerously high speeds on the state's roads during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Rollover Crash Near Wayland MondayTwo men received non-life threatening injuries after a rollover crash in Henry County on Monday.

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Washington Library Expands Contactless ServiceThe Washington Public Library is expanding its services this week. The contactless curbside pick up of materials is now available all day Monday, Tuesday at 6 p.m., all day on Wednesday and Friday, and on Saturday at 11 a.m.

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Hottest day of the week expected Wednesday!The National Weather Service in Des Moines says the hottest day of the week for Iowa can be expected on Wednesday.

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Iowa City fireworks: Record number of complaints filed this yearResidents in the Iowa City area filed record numbers of illegal fireworks complaints with local law enforcement in the days and weeks leading up to the Fourth of July.

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Crop insurance access lags in Iowa, Nebraska, study saysAccess to insurance for crops other than corn and soybeans in Iowa and Nebraska is lagging, a new report finds.

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Marble Beach reopens in Okoboji after $3.2 million renovationThe largest campground in the Iowa Great Lakes reopened last week after being closed two years for renovations.

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39 inmates, 5 staff at state prison test positive for COVID-19Forty-four cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the state prison in Fort Dodge. The Iowa Department of Corrections reported Monday a total of 39 inmates and five staff members of the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Latest Iowa news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 a.m. CDTA judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil.

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273 more COVID-19 cases and four deaths reported in Iowa TuesdayFact check: Southern states used convict leasing to force Black people into unpaid labor.

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Senator Chuck Grassley to skip GOP convention due to coronavirus concernsThe convention is now scheduled to begin Aug. 24 in Jacksonville, Florida, where officials began requiring face masks in public a week ago.

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Iowa football commits Brecht, DeJean starring on the diamondIowa football commits Brody Brecht and Cooper DeJean are making the most of their shortened junior seasons on the baseball diamond.

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Iowa DOT asking for input about proposed roundabout project in Benton CountyThe Iowa Department of Transportation is asking for input from the public about the proposed construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Iowa 150 with 31st Avenue and 55th Street in Benton County.

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Iowa Veterans Home disciplines employees for mask violationsMARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — Employees at the Iowa Veterans Home have been disciplined more than 20 times for personal protective equipment lapses that potentially exposed residents and staff to coronavirus.

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Iowa makes progress on water qualityIowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy annual report shows record conservation engagement by Iowans.

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Iowa Veterans Home disciplines employees for mask violationsEmployees at the Iowa Veterans Home have been disciplined more than 20 times for personal protective equipment lapses that potentially exposed residents and staff to coronavirus.

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Free + Cheap Outdoor MoviesSummer nights are perfect for sitting outside and watching an outdoor movie! Here's a list of free family-friendly outdoor movies in and around Des Moines.

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Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press at 1:40 a.m. CDTA judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil.

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Muscatine County attorney says Iowa mayor exceeded authority in issuing mask orderMuscatine Mayor Diana Broderson exceeded her authority by mandating that people wear face coverings in public, according to an opinion from interim Muscatine County Attorney James Barry.

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Citing coronavirus, Sen. Chuck Grassley won't attend GOP conventionIowa U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley on Monday became the first congressional Republican to say he won't attend next month's Republican National Convention in Florida because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

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Thousands of Iowa companies get federal virus-related PPP loansThe federal government says about 6,000 Iowa businesses received loans of $150,000 or more from the Paycheck Protection Program, requiring them to list their business names and addresses.

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Running: Iowa man, Spicer woman earn top spots at Green Lake Road RaceBjorn Wastvedt wins in 1:10:28 while Jessa Henson finishes in 1:15:25 in the 12-mile road race.

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Iowa State Guard Rasir Bolton Reveals He Transferred From Penn State Over Coach's 'Noose' RemarkIowa State guard Rasir Bolton shared on Twitter Monday that his decision to transfer from Penn State last year was due to a comment from Nittany Lions head coach Patrick Chambers where he referenced that Bolton had a noose around his neck.

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The black bear that gained a following in Iowa was tranquilized in MissouriThe black bear that captured the attention of Iowans in mid-June when it traveled through the eastern part of the state has been found and tranquilized in Missouri.

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Iowa Republicans may regret blocking statewide absentee ballot mailingAuditors in Iowa's largest counties, which lean Democratic, are already planning to mail absentee ballot request forms to every registered voter.

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Iowa couple survives crash of small plane in MinnesotaSheriff officials say it's a miracle the two onboard survived.

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Trump sideswipes NASCAR, Wallace over flag and noosePresident Donald Trump is taking a sideswipe at NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag. He is also wrongly accusing Black driver Bubba Wallace of perpetrating "a hoax" involving a rope shaped like a noose in his garage.

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New rules: Foreign pupils must leave US if classes go onlineNew federal guidelines say international students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall.

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Oklahoma attorney general convinced of Julius Jones' guiltOKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma's attorney general says he's convinced of the guilt of a death row inmate whose case has drawn the attention of actors and athletes.

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Police: Texas cop shoots man threatening clerk with knifeGARLAND, Texas — Police in a Dallas suburb say an officer shot and critically injured a man after a standoff in which the man held a store clerk at knife point and threatened to kill the clerk if officers did not kill him.

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Supreme Court deals blow to Keystone oil pipelineBILLINGS, Mont. — The U.S. Supreme Court has handed another blow to the disputed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada by keeping in place a lower court ruling that blocked a key permit for the project.

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Frederick Douglass statue vandalized in Rochester parkROCHESTER, N.Y. — Police in Rochester are trying to determine who ripped a statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass from its base on the anniversary of one of his most famous speeches.

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DEVELOPING: Two Iowans survive plane crash in Eveleth, Minn.One occupant has been identified as the pilot, 73 years old Richard Zahasky, and his 68-year-old wife, Roseann Zahasky, both of Decorah, Iowa.

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Governors' companies among recipients of virus relief loansCOLUMBUS, Ohio — Data released Monday show governors who led state responses to the coronavirus pandemic were among beneficiaries of the loan program created to help small businesses weather COVID-19′s economic effects.

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First major Brazilian cities resume classes amid pandemicDUQUE DE CAXIAS, Brazil — The cities of Manaus in the Amazon rainforest and Duque de Caxias, in Rio de Janeiro's metropolitan region on Monday resumed in-person classes at private schools, the two largest cities to do so since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Iowa Catholic bishops ask Trump to stop execution of killer of fiveExecuting an Iowan found guilty of the deaths of five people, including two children, would contribute to 'a growing disrespect for the sacredness of all human life,' Iowa Catholic bishops say in a letter asking President Donald Trump to commute the killer's sentence.

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Latest Iowa news, sports, business and entertainment at 5:20 p.m. CDTA judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil.

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Iowa officials report 417 more positive coronavirus casesIOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced four additional positive coronavirus tests on Monday along with one negative test.

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Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms contracts COVID-19Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she has tested positive for COVID-19. Bottoms, a potential Democratic vice presidential candidate tweeted Monday that "COVID-19 has literally hit home."

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Virus: Dragon Con cancels in-person Atlanta event for 2020ATLANTA — Organizers of the popular fantasy and gaming convention called Dragon Con have announced that the in-person event will be canceled this year in Atlanta because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dana Canedy named as publisher at Simon and SchusterThe publishing house announced Monday that Canedy will start the role July 27. She will become the first African American to hold the position.

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21.9 million in credits awarded to Iowa Historic Preservation ProjectsThe Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program provides a state income tax credit to projects for rehabilitation of historic buildings.

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Spencer Cox wins Republican primary election for governor in UtahFrench President Emmanuel Macron shakes up government, ousts interior minister after protests against police brutality.

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Love in the time of COVID-19: Sam SchreckSince Iowa State University transferred its course material online, students have started to create new routines during the pandemic.

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Thickening the plotContinuing with Gerald Nathan Hodgson's Northwest family narrative, with thanks to Michael Howard Hodgson: My sister Vera was born in 1896.

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Organizations Pay Iowa Protesters' BailAs protests for racial justice continue across Iowa, some protesters have been arrested and released on bail.

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Sororities and fraternities prepare for fall in the wake of COVID-19Across the nation, the sorority and fraternity community leadership are planning for an abnormal-looking fall in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Business News Headlines 6 July 2020For those of you in the U.S. that may have enjoyed a long holiday weekend...

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Iowa universities see more than 2,000 fewer students this summerMore than 2,000 fewer students are taking courses from Iowa's public universities this summer than last, after COVID-19 interrupted the spring semester and forced instruction into online-only mode mid-March - where it remains.

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Report: COVID-19 ends North Tama's softball seasonThe area softball scene apparently has suffered its first season-ending exposure to COVID-19.

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Iowa State's Steve Prohm optimistic amid tumultuous offseasonWhatever doubts may have surfaced about the trajectory of Iowa State men's basketball following a second sub.500 season in three years, the loss of its best player to the NBA, multiple transfers out and a spring recruiting cycle that sputtered early, Cyclones coach Steve Prohm doesn't sound worried.

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Iowa State football lands junior college recruitIowa State football has landed a junior college recruit for the class of 2021 with Ben Langston.

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Dubuque couple sentenced to prison after stealing from elderly womanDavid Derby and Patti Lynn Derby stole over $200,000 from H. David Derby's mother between September 2013 and September 2017.

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Iowa State guard Bolton says "noose" remark led to transfer from Penn StateAn Iowa State University basketball player explained the reasoning behind his decision to transfer to the school from Penn State University in 2019, saying his former coach used language when speaking with him following disciplinary action.

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Food Bank of Iowa has record distribution in JuneThe president and CEO of the Food Bank of Iowa says a record number of meals went out in June.

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Pentagon draft policy would ban Confederate flag displaysWASHINGTON — A draft policy being circulated by Pentagon leaders would ban the display of the Confederate flag in Defense Department workplaces or public areas by service members and civilian personnel.

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South Dakota man linked to Russian spy sentenced for fraudSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A former conservative operative who was once romantically linked to a Russian agent has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison in South Dakota.

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Detonated fireworks destroy rural Clear Lake garage todayDetonated fireworks destroyed a Clear Lake garage today, the fire department there says. The Clear Lake Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire this afternoon...

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Correction: US-Wisconsin-Voter ID storyMADISON, Wis. — In a story June 29, 2020, about a federal appeals court panel ruling on a range of voting restrictions approved by Republicans, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the court had kept intact an option that allows people to vote without an ID if they show an affidavit saying they tried.

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Sheriff: At least 8 killed in plane collision at Idaho lakeSPOKANE, Wash. — Authorities say at least eight people were killed when two small airplanes collided over a scenic lake in northern Idaho.

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Hospitals approaching capacity as Miami closes restaurantsMIAMI — Hospitals are fast approaching capacity a number of states, and the Miami area again ordered restaurants closed as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases and hospitalizations began to climb.

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NY count: 6,300 virus patients were sent to nursing homesNEW YORK — New York hospitals released more than 6,300 recovering coronavirus patients into nursing homes during the height of the pandemic under a controversial, now-scrapped policy.

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Iowa City Liberty shakes off rust, hands Dubuque Hempstead 1st loss to split baseball doubleheaderLiberty head coach Tom Cronk joins pitcher Cody Schroeder and catcher Sam Funke on the mound before the final out of the first game of their doubleheader at Liberty High School in Iowa City on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.

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OBIT: Margaret "Meg" Tjaden, 76, of Charles CityMargaret "Meg" Tjaden, 76, of Charles City, passed away Sunday, July 5, 2020 at the 11th Street Chautauqua Guest Home in Charles City.

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Small business aid went beyond hard-hit companies, data showWASHINGTON — The government on Monday identified roughly 650,000 mostly small businesses and nonprofits that received taxpayer money from a program that likely helped prevent the job market meltdown from growing worse but that also benefited some politically connected firms.

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Author sues to stop removal of controversial Kentucky muralFRANKFORT, Ky. — Award-winning Kentucky writer Wendell Berry and his wife have sued the University of Kentucky to try to stop the removal of a mural that has been the object of protest for its depictions of Black people and Native Americans.

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Prohm: New transfers 'can make a difference' at Iowa StateOver the course of two months, Iowa State landed three transfers. The first to commit was former Memphis guard Tyler Harris, who spent two years with the AAC program.

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City of Mason City expense report for July 2, 2020CITY OF MASON CITY Publication Report 7/2/2020 Payee Description Amount —————————————— ADAMS SHARPENING M/E REPAI...

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White woman charged after racist Central Park confrontationNEW YORK — A white woman walking her dog who called the police during a videotaped dispute with a Black man in Central Park was charged Monday with filing a false report.

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OBIT: Elizabeth "Betsy" Ziebell, 94, of Charles CityElizabeth "Betsy" Ziebell, 94, longtime Charles City area resident, joined with our Heavenly Father on July 3, 2020 at her home in Webster City, Iowa.

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Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley won't attend RNC in Florida, citing COVID-19 concernsCiting concerns about the coronavirus, U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley said he will not attend this year's Republican National Convention, marking the first time he has sat out a convention since he was elected to the U.S. Senate 40 years ago.

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Ranking Iowa's top 15 basketball prospects in the 2022 class, v1.0Tamin Lipsey started gaining notoriety when Iowa State offered him a scholarship the summer after his eighth-grade year.

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MidWestOne Financial names new president, COOA Wisconsin banker has been named president and chief operating officer of MidWestOne Financial Group and MidWestOne Bank.

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South Dakota governor, exposed to virus, joined Trump on jetSIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem accompanied President Donald Trump to Washington aboard Air Force One on Friday night despite having had close contact with Trump's son's girlfriend, who had tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Native American groups ask NFL to force Redskins name changeWASHINGTON — Several Native American leaders and organizations have sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell calling for the league to force Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder to change the team name immediately.

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Amy Cooper charged after racist Central Park confrontationIn May, Amy Cooper drew widespread condemnation for calling 911 to report she was being threatened by "an African-American man" when bird watcher Christian Cooper appeared to keep his distance as he recorded her rant on his phone.

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Trump lashes out at NASCAR, Bubba Wallace over flag, ropeTrump suggested Wallace should apologize after one of his crew members discovered the rope in a garage stall they had been assigned to.

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Iraqi expert on armed groups shot dead in BaghdadBAGHDAD — A leading Iraqi expert on the Islamic State and other militant groups has been shot dead in Baghdad after receiving threats from Iran-backed militias.

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Wall Street rises again, joins worldwide upswell for marketsNEW YORK — Wall Street is closing higher, joining a worldwide upswell by markets on Monday, as stocks push higher on hopes that the economy can continue its turnaround despite all the challenges ahead of it.

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Veto override likely if Trump vetoes base renaming legislation, Sen. Chuck Grassley predictsCongress will override President Donald Trump if he vetoes a $740.5 billion defense policy bill because it includes legislation to rename military bases and assets that honor Confederate leaders, U.S. Sen.

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40 dead in Japan floods, as more areas warned of heavy rainTOKYO — The death toll from three days of heavy rain and flooding in southern Japan has risen to 40, including 14 who drowned at a riverside nursing home, as rescuers search for 10 missing people and rain threatens wider areas of the main island of Kyushu.

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Museum: 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag to stayVOLO, Ill. — A northern Illinois auto museum says it has no plans to stop displaying a Dodge Charger from the "Dukes of Hazzard" television show with the Confederate flag painted atop the vehicle.

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Malawi's new president urges all to root out corruptionBLANTYRE, Malawi — Malawi's newly elected President Lazarus Chakwera has been inaugurated Monday at small ceremony, following a last-minute change from a stadium event, in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Indiana officials investigate report of assault on Black manINDIANAPOLIS — A Black man says a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to "get a noose" after claiming that he and his friends had trespassed on private property as they gathered at an Indiana lake over the Fourth of July weekend.

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Pre-WWII boat displayed in Great Lakes museum was submerged for decadesA fisherman has donated the remains of a wooden boat found at the bottom of West Lake Okoboji to the Iowa Great Lakes Maritime Museum in Arnolds Park.

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High majors pushing for Texas PGCushing Academy in Ashburnham, Massachusetts will have another Division I caliber player in the fold next season after 6-foot-4 point guard K.J. Pruitt announced his intention to do a postgrad year there after sustaining an injury that kept him sidelined.

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State deal on free online classes worries Iowa college officialsCollege and university leaders are saying they were blindsided by a partnership between Iowa Workforce Development and a private company to offer thousands of free online classes to Iowans through the end of the year.

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Every Iowa State Football Game Ever: The 1910sNile Kinnick's father, Nile, lettered at Iowa State in 1913 and 1914.

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Iowa News DigestHello! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Iowa.

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Crops in some areas of the state showing signs of stressThe new varieties of corn have made the old standard "knee-high" by the Fourth of July a thing of the past as corn in some areas is already five to six feet high.

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Fireworks smoke causes air quality advisories in three Iowa citiesSmoke from fireworks and wind-free evenings over the July 4 weekend led to air quality advisories for Des Moines, Davenport and Muscatine, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources reported.

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Two people in eastern Iowa drowned in lakes over Fourth of July weekendA Dubuque woman drowned in a pond Friday while swimming with friends, according to a news release from the Dubuque County Sheriff's Office.

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Iowa man receives special hospital send-off after hard-fought battle with COVID-19Sandoval will now head to another facility where he will go through extensive rehab and therapy to help rebuild his strength and respiratory support.

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Coronavirus in Iowa: Leakage, equipment malfunction led to spike in damaged testsLeaked samples and an equipment malfunction led to mid-June spike in damaged Test Iowa results.

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Washington PageOrganizer Ann Williams provides an update on the Night to Shine program in Washington and how it will be funded locally this year on today's Halcyon House Washington Page.

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Iowa reports highest share of positive COVID-19 tests in a monthHealthcare workers prepare for an appointment to take a sample from a person for COVID-19 testing at the Louisa County Clinic in Columbus City, Iowa, on Thursday, April 16, 2020.

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Democratic super PAC boosts spending in Iowa Senate raceSenate Majority PAC had already reserved $13.1 million worth of airtime for ads in Iowa, and now is adding another $3.6 million.

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Iowa State's Rasir Bolton transferred from Penn State after Pat Chambers made 'noose around my neck' remarkRasir Bolton transferred from Penn State after coach Pat Chambers "referenced a noose around my neck," the now-Iowa State guard said Monday in a statement released on social media.

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Joni Ernst launches first TV ad as another poll shows tight Iowa Senate raceIn her first television ad of the 2020 campaign, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst warns of too much reliance on China, saying 'saving America starts with Made in America.'

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Indigenous activists call for removal of monuments at Iowa State CapitolOrganizers of Seeding Sovereignty stood in front of the "Pioneer" statue on the west Capitol steps urging legislators for its removal.

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USDA Reminds Iowa Producers to Complete Crop Acreage ReportsFSA county offices in Iowa provided maps to producers along with instructions for completing and returning the maps through either mail, email or through commercially available free and secure online tools such as Box for file sharing and OneSpan for eSignature solutions.

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Officials say teen drowned in eastern Iowa lake over weekendThe Delaware County Sheriff's Office says 17-year-old Teige Hunt jumped into the lake Friday night and did not resurface.

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Introducing My Iowa LifeMy name is Kelsey and grew up in Urbandale, or the Des Moines metro area.

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Toddler pronounced brain dead after accidental drowning in NE Cedar RapidsA 3-year-old girl who was found face-down in a swimming pool last week was pronounced brain dead Sunday night, police said.

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Lime Creek Nature Center re-opensThe Lime Creek Nature Center has reopened to visitors today. Masks are required and participants are asked to maintain social distancing and sanitize hands after using any interactive display.

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New Test Iowa site opens in Council BluffsPeople living in Pottawattamie County will now have a new place to get tested for the coronavirus.

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Iowa's 2021 budget for courts approvedThe Iowa Supreme Court approved the Fiscal Year 2021 Iowa Judicial Branch budget that begins July 1, 2020, based on this year's legislative appropriation of $181,023,737 which is $500,000 less than the appropriation in FY 2020.

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