Muscatine resident speak out at "Coffee with the Mayor"

Muscatine Mayor Diana Broderson held her first event Saturday, June 24 after being reinstated. Residents took the opportunity to speak out.


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Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced a trade and investment mission to Israel later this summer.


Illinois health officials say they're seeing an increase in tick-borne illness among residents in the state.


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Muscatine resident speak out at "Coffee with the Mayor"


Scott Co. Mental Health Court on track for its first year


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Trump signs 'historic' bill to transform VA


Carroll County man arrested for possession of child porn


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Illinois State Fair to offer mobile ticketing, parking pass


Scott Co. Mental Health Court on track for its first year


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Huge stuffed cow saves 2-year-old boy after fall out window


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London police considering manslaughter charges for high-rise fire


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Sen. Ernst to sponsor bill aimed at assisting low-income families


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