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Dubuque Police looking for shoplifting suspect


Dubuque woman accused of taking over $48,000 from elderly aunt


UPDATE: Dubuque Police identify theft suspects from tips through KCRG post


Dubuque police asking for help identifying wallet thief


Police seek suspects after flash mob robs Iowa store


Police: Dubuque man said he started fire to "get three hots and a cot"


Man who escaped prison 37 years ago heading back to Iowa


Iowa woman sentenced to prison in fentanyl trafficking death


Moline police investigate officer-involved shooting, suspect hospitalized


Illinois man arrested in Iowa for stealing car


Suspects in custody after armed robbery in Iowa City


UPDATE: Dept. of Public Safety says server error caused delay in Amber Alert notice


Missing South Carolina child found in northeast Iowa, parents arrested


Stench leads neighbors to body in Fort Dodge backyard shed


Man mistakenly dials 911, arriving deputies find 2 men making meth


Suspect accused of murdering Gina Frederiksen pleaded not guilty


4 killed at Waffle House in Tennessee- UPDATE


Iowa Court: Hugs from teacher not ok


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