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Census count entering final daysOnly a few days remain to respond to the 2020 U.S. Census and Iowans who havent filled out the form yet are being urged to do so.

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Poll: Donald Trump Takes Lead in IowaSource: MATTHEW BOYLE A Monmouth University poll released Thursday shows incumbent GOP President Donald Trump has taken a decisive lead over Democrat candidate former Vice President Joe Biden in the battleground state of Iowa.

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Ernst vouching for safety of voting by mail in IowaRepublican Senator Joni Ernst today said confirming President Trumps third U.S. Supreme Court justice is a way to prevent the radicalization of the court.

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Man convicted of murdering Oskaloosa couple executed in federal prisonForty-year-old Christopher Vialva was executed at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. In June of 1999, Vialva and four others kidnapped Todd and Stacie Bagley, who were visiting relatives in Killeen, Texas.

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Fall leaf color starting to show in IowaIowans whove spent a lot of time cooped up in their houses during the many months of the pandemic have a good, new excuse to get outside and go for a hike or drive.

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Cooperation among cooperatives is the rainbow after the stormA pole bent completely over in front of a home in Grundy County RECs service area.

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U-I medical administrator sees hope in development of COVID-19 vaccineThe University of Iowas Vice President for Medical Affairs, Brooks Jackson, says he is encouraged about the prospect for a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Another decent dayHere on the east coast of Iowa the sky was full of clouds with differing shapes and thickness yesterday.

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Glenwood woman arrested on warrantThe Glenwood Police Department reports the arrest on Thursday of 36-year-old Cindy Swanson of Glenwood on a Mills County warrant.

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Saturday project in Spencer to document graves of Civil War veteransVolunteers are invited on Saturday to help restore and catalog the condition of grave markers a Spencer cemetery that are more than a century old.

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Peterson: Iowa State's Brock Purdy capable of another huge game against TCUIowa State's Brock Purdy completed 19-of-24 passes for 247 yards and rushed for 102 yards on 12 carries, the last time he faced TCU.

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Heartbeat Today 9-25-2020Jim Field visits with Cass County Public Health Director Beth Olsen about the flu and COVID-19.

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SK Looks to Spoil Panther Senior Night in Backyard BrawlOne of the best rivalries in the area is set for another chapter on the gridiron Friday when the Sigourney-Keota Cobras meet Pekin in Packwood for the Backyard Brawl.

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WMU Seeks Third Straight Win Traveling to New LondonA battle of 3-1 teams will duke it out in New London tonight when the upstart Winfield-Mt. Union football team makes the trip to face the Tigers.

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Warriors Roll on Tourney's Opening NightThe WACO Warrior volleyball team cruised through Thursdays pool play round of the Southeast Iowa Superconference Tournament in Wayland.

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Golden Hawk Football Gets Ready for Ranked RaidersThe Golden Hawks gear up for a high profile rival under the Friday night lights when they travel to Williamsburg tonight.

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Ravens and Lions See Superconference Tourney End ThursdayA pair of KCII area volleyball teams wrapped up their stay in the Southeast Iowa Superconference tournament during pool play on Thursday.

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Wolves Get by Wildcats to Qualify For FinalsThe Winfield Mt. Union volleyball team will play in Saturdays Southeast Iowa Superconference Tournament finals after eliminating Columbus in Thursdays opening round.

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Washington's Willis is King, While Queen Griffin Crowned VirtuallyThe 2020 Washington Homecoming king and queen were crowned at Case Field Thursday night, one of them virtually.

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Mt. Pleasant Correctional Facility Sees 166 COVID-19 Cases Among InmatesThe Mt. Pleasant Correctional Facility has seen a heightened number of COVID-19 cases among inmates and jail staff.

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Negative Test Results Don't Shorten Quarantine for COVID-19Washington County has had 452 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 74 of those in the last two weeks, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health.

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2 wounded in knife attack in Paris, suspect arrestedPARIS — Paris police say they have arrested a man suspected of a knife attack that wounded at least two people near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

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'Hotel Rwanda' hero admits backing rebels, denies violenceKIGALI, Rwanda — The man portrayed as a hero in the movie ‘Hotel Rwanda' has admitted in court that he backed a rebel group, but denied that he supported any violence or killings.

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Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreakIOWA CITY, Iowa — Iowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large coronavirus outbreak that sickened its workforce.

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Dozens of Iowa students quarantine as virus cases riseVirus cases surged Thursday by more than 1,300...

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Queen Elizabeth II to trim costs as COVID-19 hits incomeLONDON — Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her family are facing a 35 million pound hit from the coronavirus pandemic, partly due to a shortage of tourists.

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Sculpture of John Paul II with rock, red water makes wavesWARSAW, Poland — A new statue that depicts the late pope St. John Paul II throwing a rock into red water has provoked debate in his native Poland.

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Japan Catholic Church sued for damages in alleged sex abuseTOKYO — A woman has filed a suit against the Roman Catholic Church in Japan alleging that a priest raped her four decades ago, as the church's unfolding worldwide sexual abuse crisis gradually reaches Japan.

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Shelby County Sheriffs Office arrest reportThe Shelby County Sheriffs Office on Thursday released details on arrests dating back to September 17th.

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Two recent accidents in Mills CountyThe Mills County Sheriffs Office released details on a couple of accidents that occurred in the past two days.

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Shenandoah man arrested on drug and weapons chargesA Shenandoah man was arrested by Red Oak Police on Wednesday afternoon following a traffic stop.

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TikTok says it didn't take part in Australia security probesCANBERRA, Australia — TikTok executives have told a Senate committee that they lobbied Australian lawmakers but did not engage with investigators before the government concluded that the video-sharing app did not pose a security threat.

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Omaha woman dies in crash on I-29 southbound WednesdayA young Omaha woman has died following a serious accident on Interstate 29 Southbound on Wednesday.

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Iowa's COVID-19 spread still uncontrolled as total deaths pass 1,300COVID-19 is spreading faster here than in all but a handful of states, and the virus continues to claim about 100 Iowa lives every two weeks.

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Man dies after ejected during single-vehicle crash in IowaCedar Rapids, Ia — Cedar Rapids police say a man died after he was ejected from a sport utility vehicle in a single-vehicle accident on U.S. Interstate 380.

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Dozens of Iowa students quarantine as virus cases riseAP) - Dozens of students in Iowa schools were quarantined after both staff and students tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreakIowa City, Ia — Iowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large coronavirus outbreak that sickened its workforce.

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Iowa Seniors Can Trust Rita HartHere's a note from the Rita Hart campaign after last night's debate. Watch the debate here FACT CHECK: Iowa Seniors Can’t Trust Mariannette Miller-Meeks WHEATLAND, IOWA - Mariannette Miller-Meeks is out of touch when it comes to the promises we made our seniors.

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Hart and Miller-Meeks debate health care, pandemicTwo rivals each hoping to claim U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack's seat in Congress debated the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic and took jabs at each other's Statehouse voting records and stances on health care Thursday night in a televised forum.

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Trump Has Narrow Lead Over Biden in Key Swing State of Iowa: PollFifty percent of registered voters in the state said they'd vote for Trump, compared with 44 percent for Biden.

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Iowa Interstate's Miller Retiring After 47 Years of RailroadingDennis H. "Denny" Miller, Vice Chairman of Railroad Development Corp. affiliate Iowa Interstate Railroad , will retire effective Sept.

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Australian think tank finds 380 detention camps in XinjiangCANBERRA, Australia — An Australian think tank says China appears to be expanding its network of secret detention centers in Xinjiang, where Muslim minorities are targeted in a forced assimilation campaign.

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Ginsburg is first woman to lie in state at US CapitolWASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman in American history to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol, capping days of commemorations of her extraordinary life.

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University of Iowa sorority sister on college life amid coronavirus: 'Kind of disappointing'It has not been all she imagined her sorority experience would be at the University of Iowa.

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Youth, newcomers need to catch up quickly for Iowa State footballNearly 30 underclassmen or new players played for Iowa State in its opener. They'll need to adapt quickly for Saturday's Big 12 opener at TCU.

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The Pessimist's Guide to Iowa Football 2020I’ve never felt more pessimistic about Iowa Football than I do this year.

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New unemployment claims in Iowa jump, continuing claims dropNew Iowa Workforce Development numbers show a mixed bag for unemployment in the state. While continuing claims were down last week compared to the week before, new claims jumped more than 40%.

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Voting early? Or on Election Day? Iowa Poll shows RepublicanOverall, 50% of likely voters say they plan to vote in person on Election Day, compared to 46% who plan\u00a0some form of early voting, an Iowa Poll shows.

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Iowa high school football podcast: IHSAA ruling more transfers ineligible, Week 5 previewWhen the IHSAA went ahead with a high school football season this fall while other states postponed until the spring, a number of Division I recruits moved to the Hawkeye state to compete this fall.

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Trump risks support in oil-producing swing states as he boosts ethanol to court Iowa farm votePresident Trump has boosted biofuels in recent weeks in moves that have boosted corn growers but that the oil industry sees as a slap in the face.

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Two candidates competing for Iowa's 2nd district seat debate on TVThe two major party candidates in Iowas second congressional district discussed their differences on Social Security, the federal minimum wage and several health-related issues during an hour-long Iowa Press debate tonight on Iowa PBS.

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Why We Got a Rescue Dog and What to ConsiderAfter we moved from Georgia back to Iowa in our new home, we knew we wanted to get a dog.

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University of Iowa cultural centers create sense of community virtually during COVID-19When Isabela Flores first walked into the Latino Native American Cultural Center last fall, she felt safe and valued.

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Iowa farmer calls 911 after his wife is found impaled by a common farm toolOn a chilly November morning, a call came in to the Delaware County, Iowa, 911 call center from a frantic Todd Mullis, saying his wife, Amy, was found unresponsive with a corn rake sticking out of her back and he was driving her to the hospital.

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Raymond James Financial gives $100,000 to Iowa derecho effortsRaymond James Financial donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross for Iowa derecho relief Thursday.

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Pence returning to IowaVice President Mike Pence will return to Iowa on Oct. 1 to speak at 'Faith in Leadership, America's Need for Revival.' It will be his fifth visit this year.

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Linn County puts priority on face-to-face court hearingsIn an effort to move courts forward amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, district judges in Linn County recently switched from having phone and video hearings to making all hearings in-person unless one of the lawyers, defendants or litigants involved has a serious coronavirus concern.

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Religious freedom fight still taking on University of IowaA faith-based group at the University of Iowa stripped three years ago of its student organization status for barring a gay member from becoming a leader isn't looking for a windfall in court.

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Freshmen Iowa tennis players adjust to COVID-19 pandemicAfter a summer without tennis, a canceled fall season was the last thing the freshman class for the Iowa women's tennis team was hoping for as they began an unprecedented start to their college careers.

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After inspecting 5 meatpacking plants where thousands of workers were sickened, Iowa regulators issue one fine: $957Iowa regulators looking into five meatpacking plants where large coronavirus outbreaks sickened thousands of workers have issued their only citation - a $957 fine for a minor record-keeping violation.

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Iowa's Alcoholic Beverage division sorting out ‘bad actors' with COVID-19 checklistTurns out, they may not be the only ones. The Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division is asking every establishment with a liquor license to complete a COVID-19 checklist by this Friday.

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First Iowa patient to receive COVID-19 convalescent plasma encouraging donationsLance Becker, who's from Des Moines, said he believes the plasma donation is what saved his life.

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President Trump, Theresa Greenfield gaining in Iowa, poll findsPerhaps Iowa is clinging to its politically purple status after all.

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IOWA STRONG: 7-year-old uses her art skills to help others in need following the derechoRylee, along with the help of her mother, Rachael Rail, raised $1,400 for the Feed Iowa First nonprofit organization.

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Dozens of Iowa students quarantine as virus cases riseDozens of students in Iowa schools were quarantined after both staff and students tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Zoom Talk: Who will breakout for Iowa on offense in 2020?The 2020 Big Ten season is right around the corner, and from the sounds of it, it is here to stay this time around.

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North-Central Iowa School District To Do Online Learning For One Week Because Of COVID-19Nearly 150 students and more than 30 staff from the Eagle Grove Community School District in Wright County are quarantining after being exposed to the coronavirus, according to Superintendent Jess Toliver.

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ISU to allow fans at next home game with OklahomaIowa State University athletic director Jaimie Pollard announced today that they will allow fans into the next home football game on October 3rd against Oklahoma.

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Iowa City Deer Friends seeks to halt Iowa City's first bow huntIowa City Deer Friends , represented by Jamie Hunter, of the Des Moines law firm Dickey, Campbell and Sahag, filed a petition in Johnson County today to stop Iowa City's first urban bow hunt.

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Unemployment Rates See a Decrease in IowaThe number of initial claims in Iowa, filed between Sunday, Sept. 13, and Saturday, Sept.

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Man dies after ejected during single-vehicle crash in IowaCEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Cedar Rapids police say a man died after he was ejected from a sport utility vehicle in a single-vehicle accident on U.S. Interstate 380.

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Marion High Schooler Crafts Pandemic-Inspired Cookbook For KidsElizabeth Low is a high school senior at Linn-Mar. She loves to cook and had big plans to share her skills with other students this summer by teaching cooking classes through the Marion Youth Coalition.

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The Business News Headlines 24 September 2020If you like roller coasters you would have loved Wall Street today. It's the business news headlines for Thursday the 24th of September, here's what we've got for you today The wealth gap is insane and growing; Hunger in America is also growing; About those extra unemployment dollars and seeking work; Olive Garden sales slip...

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Former Iowa deputy faces felony charges connected to pharmacy burglariesA former Plymouth County Sheriff's Deputy was arrested and charged with several counts of burglary and theft that investigators say happened while he was working as a deputy.

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UNI and University of Iowa partner to assist in launching startup businessesThe University of Northern Iowa is partnering with the University of Iowa to bring a seven-week course to local innovators as part of a continued effort to build upon Iowa's entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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17-year-old in custody after multiple pursuits in Nebraska and IowaThe 17-year-old was transported to Woodbury County Corrections in Iowa at the request of a parole officer.

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A look at Joe Biden's plan to strengthen unions and the NLRBAt its August 2020 convention, the Democratic Party adopted a platform incorporating elements of their nominee's previously announced 'Biden Plan for Strengthening Worker Organizing, Collective Bargaining, and Unions.'

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Sen. Marco Rubio attends town hall campaign event in Fort Dodge, IowaMarco Rubio , Republican presidential candidate, makes remarks during a town hall event at the Decker Truck Line, Inc., January 5, 2016, in Fort Dodge, Iowa.

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What's next for Duane Arnold nuclear plant?Duane Arnold Energy Center near Palo did not restart after the Aug. 10 derecho caused 'extensive' damage to its cooling towers.

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Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreakIowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large coronavirus outbreak that sickened its workforce.

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Youth sports program Dreeam Sports grows into mentorship model in Cedar Rapids Kids, parents see there's 'more to life'Elliot Hauskins, 3, of Cedar Rapids counts to five to show Amara Andrews of Cedar Rapids what he's learning in preschool along with his mom, Leslie Neely as school supplies are distributed to kids at Redmond Park in Cedar Rapids on Sunday, Sept.

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Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson visit Clinton campaign headquarters in IowaActress Mary Steenburgen and husband Ted Danson visit Senator Hillary Clinton's campaign office to thank the volunteers for their hard work on Hillary's campaign, on the final day of campaigning before the Iowa Caucus in Des Moines, Iowa on January 3, 2008.

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Iowa State at TCU odds, picks and best betsIowa State drilled TCU 49-24 last October. Returning QB Brock Purdy - now a senior and a third-year starter - went 19-of-24 for 247 passing yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 102 yards and two more scores.

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Fraud, backlogs disrupt unemployment paymentsMany American workers applying for unemployment benefits after being thrown out of a job by the coronavirus face a new complication - states' efforts to prevent fraud have delayed or disrupted their payments.

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Iowa: Second Test Iowa clinic open in Dubuque CountyDes Moines, Â IAÂ. A second Test Iowa clinic site is scheduled to open in Dubuque County on Monday, September 28, 2020.

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BAE Systems expects to break ground on $139 million Cedar Rapids facility in OctoberBackgroundCEDAR RAPIDS - Raytheon Technologies, the parent company of Collins Aerospace, agreed in January to sell its military GPS business to United Kingdom-based BAE Systems for $1.925 billion after U.S. Department of Justice antitrust regulators ordered Raytheon to divest it.

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Dozens of Iowa students quarantine as virus cases riseDozens of students in Iowa schools were quarantined after both staff and students tested positive for the coronavirus, while a high school switched to online classes after some students were absent as cases surged Thursday by more than 1,300 across the state in the last 24 hours.

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Iowa sees fourth-highest, single-day jump in coronavirus casesIowa saw its fourth-highest jump of confirmed coronavirus cases in a single day on Thursday according to data analyzed by The Gazette.

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Iowa man held in fatal shooting of 18-year-old womanA Fort Dodge man has been charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting last weekend of a woman there.

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DOT has plans in place for whatever winter bringsThe Iowa Department of Transportation has its supplies ready for whatever the winter ahead brings.

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Art Staed, Barrett Hubbard to participate in candidate forumWant to ask a question of a candidate who wants to represent Cedar Rapids in the Iowa of Representatives?

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Second Test Iowa clinic to open in Dubuque CountyA second Test Iowa clinic site is scheduled to open in Dubuque County on Monday, September 28, 2020.

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Ongoing unemployment claims dropContinuing weekly unemployment claims dropped by 2,131 last week  despite an increase in new claims.

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Cedar Rapids schools custodian convicted of sexually abusing 14-year-old girlA former Cedar Rapids schools custodian was convicted Thursday of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl over a one-year period and faces up to 40 years in prison.

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Iowa City bans feeding of deer in city limitsThe ordinance was approved on Sept. 15 during a city council meeting.

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Hawkeye Wrestling Club is hosting a freestyle dual in November featuring Iowa wrestlersThe Hawkeye Wrestling Club, in collaboration with Trackwrestling, is hosting an exhibition freestyle dual, dubbed the HWC Showdown Open, on Nov.

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A woman convicted of child abuse tried to open an in-home day care in Ames. That's legal in Iowa — and shouldn't be, some sayPeople on the Ames community Facebook pages were up in arms when a woman with a child endangerment conviction attempted to start an in-home day care.

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Pleasant Creek campground, shelters reopen after derechoPleasant Creek State Recreation Area near Palo reopened its campground, cabins and shelters this week - just in time for the last weekend of peak camping season - but the lodge and beach still are closed because of damage from the Aug.

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Two Iowa Cities, Including Cedar Rapids, Among Best Places to Raise KidsCedar Rapids ranked seventh in the percentage of kids without health insurance , 11th in percentage of income that goes to housing , and 17th in the rate of violent crime.

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Washington PageSenator Charles Grassley discuses the vacancy on the Supreme Court on today's Halcyon House Washington Page.

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In Touch With Southeast IowaThe Well CEO Jayson Henry talks about the organization expanding into Fairfield and how they have been serving and helping people during the COVID-19 pandemic on today's In Touch With Southeast Iowa program.

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Dem challenger to Iowa Sen. Ernst shifts language on packing Supreme CourtTheresa Greenfield, the Democratic challenger to Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst, is toeing a fine line when it comes to the question of increasing the number of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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State warns against companies accused of selling fraudulent health insurance in IowaTwo insurance companies are coming under fire for allegedly selling health insurance to Iowans without the proper licensing to operate as a health care sharing ministry.

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Iowa City bans the feeding of deer in city limitsThe Iowa City city council approved an ordinance at its Tuesday meeting prohibiting the feeding of deer within city limits.

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Six Iowa schools honored as National Blue Ribbon SchoolsThe program recognizes schools for overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

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TCU jumps into Big 12 play vs Iowa State in delayed openerFORT WORTH, Texas — TCU receiver Taye Barber and his teammates have been itching to get back on the field.

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Large number of Iowans report feelings of despair, worry this yearA recent survey published by the Centers for Disease Control found anxiety and depression are at an all-time high among Iowans.

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Iowa Insurance Division Charges Trinity, Aliera Over Unauthorized Health PlansThe Iowa Insurance Division's Enforcement has filed charges against Trinity Healthshare Inc. and The Aliera Companies over offerings of unauthorized healthcare products.

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U.S. bill would formalize national museum on board the USS Iowa in San PedroThe resolution  which U.S. Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragan, D-San Pedro, and Sen. Diane Feinstein introduced Thursday, Sept.

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Iowa meatpacking plant fined $957 following outbreak that sickened hundredsThe Iowa Premium Beef plant in Tama, Iowa, paused operations earlier this year after 338 of its workers tested positive for COVID-19.

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Iowa man faces up to 20 years in prison on child porn chargesSIOUX CITY  A man who received child pornography pled guilty today, in federal court in Sioux City.

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Cyclones to allow thousands of fans into football gameAMES  Iowa State has decided to allow thousands of fans into their next football game, just weeks after Ames was in the news as a COVID-19 hotspot.

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Poll shows Trump growing his lead in Iowa as Senate race tightensMonmouth University poll shows Trump leading Biden 49-46 among likely voters.

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University Hospitals seeing shortage of available bedsGunasekaran says, "Overall, what this means is that we are seeing a higher volume of sick patients from around Iowa that need to come to UIHC and we are struggling to keep up." He says the high demand is not solely due to COVID patients, but likely also stems from Iowans with chronic diseases going without care earlier in the pandemic.

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Bureaucrats come after Iowa businesses for violating Reynolds' COVD-19 rulesDES MOINES  The Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division announced Wednesday that it has filed hearing complaints on six businesses for violations of Governor Reynolds' emergency public healt...

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Iowa State to have 15,000 fans at Jack Trice Stadium for Oct. 3 Oklahoma gameIowa State will cap Jack Trice Stadium at 15,000 fans for the Oct. 3 game against Oklahoma.

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1,341 COVID-19 cases, 6 deaths reported in Iowa ThursdayThe Iowa Department of Public Health is reporting 1,341 more COVID-19 cases and six more deaths in Iowa over the last 24 hours.

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Iowa farmer deals with double whammy: drought and derechoHarvest time is usually a happy time for farmers as they reap the rewards of their months of hard work.

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Kansas City, Missouri not KansasOmahaKansas City Although we did make sure to make a stop in Kansas along the way.

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Update On Suspicious Death Investigation In Iowa CityUpdate On Suspicious Death Investigation In Iowa City - Iowa City, IA - Both Smith and Rush died of their injuries caused by the handgun at the scene.

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New unemployment claims increase in Iowa last weekIowa Workforce Development is reporting a total of 6,601 initial unemployment claims were filed in Iowa between September 13 and September 19.

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PM Sports Page JET Physical Therapy Athlete of the WeekThe senior has posted many top five finishes this season including placing second at Mondays meet hosted by.

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MOC-Floyd Valley rents movie theaters for high school classesAs new cases of COVID-19 increase in some northwest Iowa counties, local school administrators say theyre doing what they can to keep students in class.

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Largest farms received most trade bailout, COVID-19 paymentsAnne Schechinger: USDA records show the largest U.S. farm businesses received the biggest share of payments from two federal subsidy programs.

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Grand jury says "no evidence to support a criminal violation of state law" in death of Breonna Taylor, woman shot by police serving warrantFRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Wednesday announced the completion of the Special Prosecution Unit’s investigation into the death of Ms.

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Eagle Grove schools cancel classes after COVID-19 outbreakA north-central Iowa school district has canceled classes for today and Friday due to COVID-19 cases being reported.

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SOC Heads North to Face Iowa StateWaco, Texas. Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Paul, 1999) Notes. BAYLOR at.

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SEPT. 24thAs of 9:00 a. m. Thursday, Sept. 24th, 83,342 people have been infected with the novel coronavirus in the Hawkeye State.

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Cass County Sheriffs Office details three recent accidentsOn September 19th at 1:35 p.m. the Cass County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a one-vehicle accident on White Pole Road.

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Civil service commission approves Iowa City police chief candidate Dustin ListonThe City of Iowa City is one step closer to hiring its next police chief.

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Northern Iowa to begin spring football play Feb. 20 as part of Missouri Valley Football Conference 8-game scheduleNorthern Iowa has an eight-game 2021 schedule locked in, beginning Feb. 20 versus Illinois State.

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CCHS Board of Trustees votes unanimously to close BHUa€”creating permanent location for AMC Rapid CareAtlantic, IA — The Cass County Health System. Board of Trustees voted on September 23, 2020, to close the Behavioral Health Unit and repurpose the space as a permanent location for AMC Rapid Care.

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Iowa warrant issued for Omaha man in officer shooting caseJames Lybarger, of Omaha, is charged in the warrant with assaulting a police officer and\u00a0leaving the scene of an injury accident.

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Northern Iowa releases spring football scheduleThe schedule has the same home and road opponents as the previously scheduled for MVFC teams' 2020 fall seasons, but the order of the games was rearranged to accommodate weather.

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New unemployment claims increase in Iowa as economic toll of pandemic continuesNew unemployment claims increased in Iowa from 4,652 to 6,601 between Sept. 13 and Sept.

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Iowa organizations receive funding to launch 'Iowa Go-To-Market program'Three Iowa Innovation Corp, Iowa State University Startup Factory and VentureNet Iowa—have received a $525,472 grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration's 2020 Venture Challenge program to launch the Iowa Go-To-Market program.

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Iowa State first to offer 2023 OL Austin BarrettSt. Charles. East 2023 OL Austin Barrett talks about his first offer, which came from Iowa State.

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Peterson: Kene Nwangwu is more than a talented Iowa State football player. He's a culture-changer.Iowa State's Kene Nwangwu sought out the player he replaced, after scoring the first touchdown of the 2020 season.

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White House tells Iowa universities to ramp up coronavirus testingIowa universities should increase COVID-19 testing to help slow the spread of the virus, the White House said.

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University of Iowa projects 'tens of millions' in athletics losses due to the pandemicAthletic directors at the University of Iowa, Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa presented their fiscal year 2021 budgets to the Iowa Board of Regents for approval on Wednesday - and projected grim losses in revenue and severely tightened budgets as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Laughing at kittensWent out yesterday with camera in hand to see what there was to take a picture of.

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Iowa meat plant fined less than $1,000 over coronavirus outbreakIOWA CITY, IOWA — Iowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large coronavirus outbreak that sickened its workforce — a $957 fine for a minor record-keeping violation.

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How to make your own pallet flag yard signEmilene Leone explains how to make a sturdy, eye-catching pallet flag yard sign that costs "next to nothing."

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Victim not found at scene of fiery rollover crash on I-380 near Cedar RapidsEmergency responders called to a rollover crash and subsequent vehicle fire early Thursday morning on Interstate 380 south of Cedar Rapids did not find any victims at the scene but soon after found a man from the vehicle seeking help at a nearby business.

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Ravens Fly to Central Lee for SEISC TourneyThe Hillcrest Academy Raven volleyball team is on the floor tonight for the annual Southeast Iowa Superconference tournament when they travel to Central Lee High School in Donnellson.

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WMU Hosts Pool Play of SEISC TournamentWinfield-Mt. Union High School will be one of six sites for pool play in the Southeast Iowa Super Conference volleyball tournament this evening with Columbus being the opponent.

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Warriors Host Superconference Tourney Pool Play ThursdayA pair of KCII area volleyball teams open the Southeast Iowa Superconference tournament tonight in Wayland with pool play.

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Savages Sweep Eagles in SICL Volleyball RivalryThe Sigourney and Keota rivalry returned to the volleyball court on Monday with the Savages earning area bragging rights in a sweep at home.

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Wildcats and Indians Meet on Gridiron TomorrowWeek Five of the high school football season is tomorrow and Columbus will look to build off of a win last week when they host Wapello for homecoming.

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Huskies Host Knights for HomecomingThe Highland football team will try to grab its first win of the season Friday when they host the North Cedar Knights for their 2020 Homecoming game.

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Iowa fines beef plant $957 after huge coronavirus outbreak fine company workers Workforce IowaIowa regulators have issued their first citation to a meatpacking plant with a large coronavirus outbreak that sickened its workforce.

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Iowa State's roster is now set. What can be expected of the new-look Cyclones?We know who Iowa State will have available this season, but how the Cyclones will look remains to be seen.

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Close races in Texas, Georgia, Iowa show Trump's vulnerability, suggest Biden has a formidable coalition, according to new pollPresident Donald Trump is on the defensive in three red states he carried in 2016, narrowly trailing Joe Biden in Iowa and battling to stay ahead of him in Georgia and Texas, as Trump continues to face a wall of opposition from women that has also endangered his party's control of the Senate, according to a poll conducted by The New York Times...

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IATC Team Cross Country Rankings 09/23/2020Boys 4A Rank Team 1 Dowling Catholic, WDM 2 Sioux City, North 3 Cedar Falls 4 Dubuque Hempstead 5 Waukee 6 Prairie, Cedar Rapids 7 Johnston 8 Pleasant Valley 9 Norwalk 10 Ankeny Centennial 11 South...

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Wellman Resident to be Honored with Little LibraryThe Wellman-Scofield Public Library is installing a free little library in honor of a community member who passed away last year.

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KCII Home Shopping Extravaganza Ends TodayItems can be purchased at discounted rates live on KCII as the three-day shopping event comes to a close.

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Watch for Machinery on Roads as Harvest Gets UnderwayIowa’s corn and soybean harvest are underway. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 66% of the state’s corn is mature and 52% of soybeans are dropping leaves with 7% of soybeans harvested.

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Louisa County Conversation Opening Newly Resurfaced Hoover Nature TrailThe newly resurfaced Hoover Nature Trail in Louisa County will have its grand reopening this weekend.

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Roofing and Parking Projects Planned at WCHCWashington County Hospital and Clinics will soon be seeing improvements to the facility’s parking lot and roof.

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Creston man dies in head-on collision on Highway 34A Creston man suffered fatal injuries following a head-on crash near Creston on Wednesday night.

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Demon Homecoming King and Queen to be Crowned TonightThe Washington Demons are celebrating homecoming this week. Spirit Night will be held at Case Field tonight starting at 7:30 p.m.

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Choir practice in Spain infects 30 of 41 members with virusMADRID — At least 30 of 41 members of a gospel choir in northeastern Spain have contracted the new coronavirus following a rehearsal indoors with air conditioning.

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Nebraska-Iowa talent gap: Will recruiting ratings ever translate to the field?Iowa's assured approach has led to domination against Nebraska, but the stakes could be growing for the Big Ten West series.

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CCHS Board of Trustees approve bids for remodel projectAtlantic, IA —The CCHS Board of Trustees approved bids for their upcoming remodel and construction project.

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Omaha woman arrested in GlenwoodThe Glenwood Police Department reports the arrest of 25-year-old Natalie Rogers of Omaha, NE on Wednesday for OWI 2nd Offense.

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Montgomery County set to fill a vacancy for Supervisor District 1On Wednesday the Montgomery County Auditor, Recorder, and Treasurer issued a Notice of Intent to fill a vacancy on the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors.

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Dear Donald, Dear Mr. President: A Trump-Nixon '80s taleWASHINGTON — There were two men in 1980s Manhattan who craved validation — one a past president, one a future president.

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Don't let Iowa GOP's election shenanigans keep you from votingIowa Republicans' obsession with restricting voting rights is not some harmless political science experiment. It has serious consequences, which are just now coming into full view.

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Drug companies work jointly to boost vaccine confidenceLONDON — Top officials of two firms developing COVID-19 vaccines say pharmaceutical companies are working together to see how much information they can release to the public about their testing regimes as drugmakers and public health officials try to boost confidence that any vaccine approved by regulators will be safe to use.

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Many more likely sought US jobless aid as layoffs persistWASHINGTON — The U.S. government will provide its latest snapshot Thursday of the pace of layoffs, which have remained elevated but have been declining as some sectors of the economy have rebounded in the six months since the viral pandemic erupted.

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Bach offers pep session for Tokyo Games and talks up vaccineTOKYO — IOC President Thomas Bach has delivered a pep talk to Japanese government officials and local organizers that included suggestions that "hundreds of millions" of doses COVID-19 vaccines would be available before the postponed Olympics open in July.

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Arrest warrant issued for Omaha man involved in incident at Council Bluffs Wal-MartCouncil Bluffs Police released updated information in regards to an Officer involved shooting at the Manawa Center Drive Wal-Mart this past Friday, September 18th.

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One dead in Union County crashTodd Murray was driving eastbound, and crossed the centerline, hitting William Caraway. Both cars left the road and ended up in a ditch.

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UN watchdog: 'Staggering' $36M embezzled in South SudanJOHANNESBURG — The United Nations commission on human rights in South Sudan says "a staggering $36 million" has been misappropriated by government officials and senior politicians since 2016 as widespread corruption continues to drain the world's youngest nation.

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Gov. Reynolds announces Coronavirus Relief Fund Employer Innovation Fund grant awardsToday , Governor Reynolds announced awards to 65 applicants for the Coronavirus Relief Fund Employer Innovation Fund Grant. The program will assist local employers, nonprofits, community colleges, high schools, private universities, and the University of Iowa provide postsecondary training and education to Iowans whose employment has been...

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Hong Kong activist Wong arrested over unauthorized assemblyHONG KONG — Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong says he has been arrested again for allegedly participating in an unauthorized assembly last October.

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Police say race not factor in killing of Black man in IowaKellogg, Ia — Police in Iowa have charged four people in the strangulation death of a man whose body was found burning last week in a rural central Iowa ditch.

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Loebsack Statement on House Passage of Government Funding BillWashington, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack released the following statement today after the House voted on the continuing resolution to keep the government funded and running after September 30....

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Audit finds Iowa prisons director appointment mishandledDes Moines, Ia — A state audit released this week asserts that Gov. Kim Reynolds appointed the director of the Iowa Department of Corrections in a process that violated state law.

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Home Equity Gives Sellers Options in Today's MarketHomeownership is one of the best ways to invest in your financial future, especially as your home equity grows.

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Judge to rule on absentee ballot lawsuit by FridayIowa City, Ia — A state court judge says he will rule before the end of the day Friday on whether to halt enforcement of a state law that prohibits county election officials from using information readily available in the voter registration database to fill in missing information on a voter's absentee ballot request form.

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Iowa State will allow 15,000 fans for next home gameIowa State kicks the ball off during the first half of the season-opener against Louisiana on Sept.

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Six businesses facing fines for breaking COVID-19 rulesThe Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division has filed complaints against six businesses in four cities for violating the COVID-19 social distancing rules in the governors emergency proclamation.

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Wanted: drivers for large orange trucks to plow snowDespite this weeks warm fall weather, the Iowa Department of Transportation is putting out the word its looking for hundreds of snowplow operators to help clear the roads during the winter ahead.

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Ex-US Rep from Florida under federal campaign finance probeMIAMI — The U.S. Justice Department is investigating a former Florida Congresswoman accused of spending at least $50,000 of campaign money on vacations and restaurant and luxury hotel bills.

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Seoul: North Korea shoots SKorean official, burns his bodySEOUL, South Korea — South Korea says North Korean troops fatally shot a South Korean government official who may have attempted to defect and set his body on fire, after they found him on a floating object in waters near the rivals' disputed sea boundary.

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Asian shares fall as caution sets in after Wall St retreatAsian shares have fallen as caution again sets in following a retreat on Wall Street driven by a decline in technology shares.

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Probe of gang rape case that shocked Egypt ensnares manyCAIRO — The high-profile case of an alleged gang rape of a 17-year-old girl at a luxury Cairo hotel in 2014 has morphed into a government crackdown and media campaign against potential witnesses to the crime.

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University of Iowa CLAS dedicating year to recognizing racial injustice, implicit bias on campusThe University of Iowa's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences centered its theme for this school year around pursuing racial justice with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Blind Iowa teenager inspiring friends, family and soccer star Lionel Messi18-year-old Bailey Martin has become an inspiration to family, friend and even soccer star Lionel Messi.

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Hong Kong journalists protest new accreditation rulesHONG KONG — Hong Kong's professional journalism association has protested new rules restricting who can provide press coverage during demonstrations, saying the government has no right to determine who is or isn't a reporter.

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Japan PM tells South Korea it's time to fix strained tiesTOKYO — Japan's new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has held his first telephone call with his South Korean counterpart since taking office, telling President Moon Jae-in that the neighbors should work to resolve their strained relations.

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Palm oil labor abuses linked to world's top brands, banksPENINSULAR, Malaysia — An Associated Press investigation into the invisible workforce of millions of laborers toiling in the palm oil industry in Malaysia and Indonesia found many of them suffering from various forms of exploitation — the most serious including child labor, outright slavery and allegations of rape.

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Iowa State's roster is now set. What can be expected of the new-look Cyclones?We know who Iowa State will have available this season, but how the Cyclones will look remains to be seen.

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Supporters of cut Iowa sports raise nearly $2 Million in pledge to save programs, Barta adamant that decision is finalIn about three days, the group of parents claim to have nearly #3 million dollars pledged in total in an effort to get the programs reinstated.

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Iowa Poll: Sen. Chuck Grassley's favorability is under 50% for second consecutive pollWhile Grassley's favorability matches a low point, he still has the widest margin of favorable to unfavorable feelings of Iowa politicians tested.

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Battleground polls show Trump up in Texas, Biden ahead in IowaA New York Times / Siena College poll published Thursday, 40 days from Election Day, shows Trump with a small lead of 3 percentage points in Texas, with 46 percent of likely voters surveyed supporting the Republican incumbent and 43 percent favoring the former vice president.

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IOWA STRONG: Photographer gives back with free school picturesOver 50 donations from 5 different states provided $2,000 in supplies to families affected by the derecho.

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Outsized support from women has Biden ahead or competitive in Iowa, Georgia, and Texas, poll findsOfficial site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.

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Former officer Lucas Jones says he was fired to appease protestersLucas Jones portrayed himself Wednesday as a sacrificial lamb, asserting during a city hearing that the timing of his termination from the Cedar Rapids Police Department - one day before city leaders met with Black Lives Matter protesters to discuss police reform - was meant to appease the public.

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Bo-James one of six Iowa bars cited for violating public health disaster proclamationBo-James Bar, a popular downtown Iowa City establishment, is one of half a dozen bars across the state now cited by the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division for violating aspects of Governor Reynolds' public health disaster declaration during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New wastewater treatment facility in Sioux Center, Iowa"It is amazing in how effective it is in treating the waste stream that is generated by our community."

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Iowa state epidemiologist talks increase in Siouxland COVID-19 casesDr. Pedati says its just as important now as it was back in March to follow public health guidelines.

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Iowa women's gymnastics back to work after unexpected months offGymnasts never take time off. They're in the gym almost every day of the week, maintaining and improving their craft.

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Swarmcast: Top Iowa target Payton Sandfort sets decision dateHawkeyeInsider keeps you updated on everything Iowa recruiting.

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Top Iowa target Payton Sandfort sets decision date, latest on top Iowa football targetsWhere does Iowa stand? The duo also dive into detail about top TE target James Carnie and discuss some of the state's top prospects.

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Police: 4-year-old hit by vehicle in MarionA 4-year-old child was hospitalized after being struck by a vehicle Wednesday in Marion.

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Iowa City's Bo-James among bars accused of violating COVID-19 orders27 order closing bars in six Iowa counties.

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Sicker patients now packing University of Iowa hospitalsDespite a massive drop in patients, surgeries and visits around last spring's arrival of COVID-19 to Iowa, numbers have rebounded at Iowa's only academic medical center, putting the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics to some degree back in pre-pandemic shape - but with key differences.

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Babes + Babies: A Virtual Event for New and Expecting MomsBabes + Babies will be a virtual experience to keep everyone as safe as possible while COVID-19 continues to be a threat, you will be provided with excellent resources and enjoyment of an event, and you still get to enjoy a wonderful experience from the comfort of your home.

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Top Iowa target Sandfort sets decision dateThe top target for Iowa basketball in the 2021 class has set a decision date.

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Four charged after burning body found in Iowa ditchFour people have been charged in the strangulation death of a man whose body was found burning last week in a rural central Iowa ditch.

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Iowa coronavirus grants awarded for new job skills trainingDES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced awards to 65 Coronavirus Relief Fund Employer Innovation Fund Grant applicants.

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Eicc Celebrates Gear Up Iowa Program This WeekThe long term partnership with 12 school districts, Iowa College Aid, and roughly 40 higher education institutions and organizations follow students from 7th grade through college to prepare them for a successful college experience.

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COVID-19 in Iowa: UIHC facing increased demand, sicker patientsThe number of patients trying to transfer to the university hospital system has returned to pre-pandemic levels,  Gunasekaran said, "but unfortunately,  those patients are a lot sicker now than the transfers we were having before."

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Iowa City nonprofits considered for Gannett Foundation grantEight companies, listed below, applied and were eligible. The program will award more than 100 grants nationally, at the discretion of Gannett and its local leaders, but will target communities served by Gannett papers such as Iowa City.

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Simpson partners with test Iowa to offer on-campus COVID testingIn an effort to track the spread of the novel coronavirus, Simpson College has partnered with Test Iowa to open an on-campus COVID-19 testing site. Operated by Simpson’s Health Services staff, the site is exclusively available to members of the Simpson College community, and all tests are free of charge.

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With Big Ten football back, Iowa's eliminated sports want answersInstead of being transparent about why Iowa cut four sports, the administration deflected criticism to the Big Ten.

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Tom Harkin: 2020 election about health careIt's not the names on the ballot. The 2020 election is about health care and finishing the Obamacare 'starter home' he helped build, according to former U.S. Sen.

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Theresa Greenfield seeks more pandemic help for Iowans, end of D.C. corruptionDemocrat Theresa Greenfield said Wednesday she wants more federal help for Iowans battling the COVID-19 pandemic, including direct payments to individuals and businesses, extended jobless benefits for idled workers and aid to biofuel companies and state and local governments facing revenue declines.

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Researchers at Iowa State explore the resilience of agriculture supply chainsA new project from Iowa State University will investigate how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted the US food supply chain, with an eye for short - and long-term solutions to prevent future disruptions.

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State cites six Iowa businesses for violations of COVID-19 rules for bars and restaurantsThe Alcoholic Beverages Commission took action against businesses in metro Des Moines, Iowa City, Waterloo and Council Bluffs.

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How an Iowa State student overcame adversity to find her passionLike any student right now, Leah Fifi is navigating through the American education system during a pandemic, a recession and a systemic racial revolution.

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Chew on This: Red Frog returns to Czech Village, 30 hop owners opening new restaurant in Iowa River LandingChew on This is a regular series featuring the latest news on area restaurants and bars.

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University of Iowa expects football resurrection will pare down deficit, but cut sports to remain eliminatedThe resurrection of Big Ten football - even in a limited capacity, with a truncated schedule and no fan revenue - could shave tens of millions off an anticipated $75 million University of Iowa athletics deficit during this pandemic-plagued year.

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The Fight Over The Supreme Court And Previewing The First Presidential DebateThe rush to fill a vacant Supreme Court seat has quickly changed the political landscape.

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New York Gyro owner says Marion has welcomed new restaurantWhen Rehmat Ullah opened New York Gyro in Marion in February, business was slow for the first couple of weeks.

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Greenfield says expanding US Supreme Court 'not a high priority'Theresa Greenfield, the Iowa Democratic Partys nominee for the U.S. Senate, today said adding more justices to the U.S. Supreme Court is not a priority for Iowans.

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"The White Man Who Stayed" Tells A Story Of Activism During The Civil Rights EraJim Autry talks about life in the Deep South and his cousin, Douglas Autry, who chose to live, during a time when segregation was the norm, in Mississippi.

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COVID-19 will not deter Iowa State blood driveIowa State is partnering with American Red Cross to host its biannual blood drive from 10 a.m.

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Iowa State students share their experiences with multicultural Greek organizationsStudents at Iowa State shared why having an enormous group of sisters, brothers or siblings in the same organization that are going to the same school might be compelling.

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READ: White House Coronavirus Task Force Report For IowaRead the White House Coronavirus Task Force's latest state report for Iowa, dated September 20, which says Iowa has the seventh-highest rate of new infections in the country.

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Supporters of cut Iowa sports raise nearly $2 Million in pledge to save programs, Barta adamant that decision is final'Absolutely heartbreaking' ruling in Breonna Taylor shooting sparks new wave of national protests for justice, racial equality.

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The Business News Headlines 23 September 2020The markets slid yet again today making this September, like many, rough on Wall Street.

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Mason City police investigating "loud booms" conduct search warrant and arrest man for possession of offensive weaponsThis morning the Mason City Police Department conducted a search warrant at a residence in Mason City.

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Expecting absentee ballot surge, Iowa election chief seeks emergency leewayExpecting a large volume of absentee ballots as many people avoid in-person voting during the pandemic, Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate is seeking emergency authority from legislators to give election officials some lead time in preparing and processing those ballots before Election Day.

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Iowa City schools work with Cedar Rapids company on climate action initiativesThe Iowa City Community School District will work with Design Engineers of Cedar Rapids on its climate action plan, which includes increasing the district's use of renewable energy, conducting an inventory of greenhouse gas emissions and studying the solar power feasibility of buildings.

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State reunites Iowa school district with lost moneySpencer Community School District located its lost money by receiving a letter from the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt.

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Chuck Grassley honors Ruth Bader Ginsburg, rejects hypocrisy chargesSen. Chuck Grassley paid tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a 'really outstanding jurist' whose work as an attorney, judge and justice 'is leaving a remarkable imprint on our country's history.'

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Expert: older tractors without rollover protection continue causing deathsWe are in the midst of national farm safety week and an Iowa expert says the use of older equipment poses one of the biggest dangers to farmers.

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Sen. Chuck Grassley urges more aggressive lending of pandemic relief fundsChuck Grassley is urging the U.S. Treasury to be more aggressive in pushing coronavirus relief funds into the economy to offset the impact of pandemic.

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Research shows quizzes likely to improve academic standingsThe Iowa State research team conducted a meta-analysis on quizzes utilized in higher education. Research found quizzes can improve students understanding of coursework.

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A pandemic surge in food delivery has made ghost kitchens and virtual eateries one of the only growth areas in the restaurant industryLike most restaurant groups around the country, BBQ Holdings' four restaurant brands got hit hard by the pandemic - shelter-in-place orders and limitations on dining-room occupancy meant sales plummeted in March, April and May.

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Iowa police agencies conducting speed sting FridayJohnston police leading speed sting due to rise in excessive speed.

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Iowa City school district asks Iowa Supreme Court to hear challenge to in-person class mandateThe Iowa City school district is appealing to the Iowa Supreme Court after a Johnson County district court judge denied its request for injunctive relief from Iowa Gov.

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Iowa warrant issued for Omaha man in officer shooting caseCOUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa — Police in western Iowa have issued an arrest warrant for a Nebraska man wanted in connection with a scuffle with a police officer last week that led the officer to fire his gun.

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Volleyball notes: Led by No. 7 Liberty, Iowa City teams set to resumeRandy Dolson is ready to rejoin his team. Beyond ready.

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