Trump to meet with Cabinet members at Camp David

This comes before an expected vote from Congress on the tax bill.

The picks include some unique activities for the holiday season and to get your Zen on.

The funds will be used to cover extremely expensive medical bills.

The calendar features all seven dogs apart of the unit.

24th Annual Genesis Shootout

Families pick up toys at Toys for Tots Quad Cities pickup

Iowa cruises against Drake at the Hy-Vee Classic, 90-64

United Township picks up 44-39 win against Assumption

North Scott clinches Genesis Shootout for Iowa with 63-50 win

Iowa State uses strong 2nd half to beat UNI, 76-65

Dozens honor fallen heroes for 'Wreaths Across America'

Is there a real benefit to gifted programs?

Elk shot in Dubuque County

Village Inn talks holiday pies

Army of firefighters takes on still-growing California fire

'This is happening': GOP revels in all-but-certain tax deal

Iowa justice blocks newspaper from reporting court records

Davenport Police chase two suspects after armed robbery near Five Points

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Group works to start municipal internet in Dubuque following Net Neutrality repeal

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Winter fireworks season is underway in Iowa

AAA predicts record year-end travel

Spurlock's 'Super Size Me' sequel pulled from Sundance fest

WIU Campuses see a sharp decline in enrollment, what officials are doing to get back on track

Council Bluffs sues over tribe's plan for Carter Lake casino

Fulton police combat rise in meth-related arrests

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