Eastern Iowa

Hy-Vee discloses possible data breach involving payment processing


Camanche pipe-making plant laying off 101 workers


Man charged with indecent exposure, contact with child at North Liberty park


Body found likely missing man


Near drowning happens at Coralville Reservoir


Former eastern Iowa bank president faces 15 fraud counts


Former first lady Laura Bush to speak at U. of Northern Iowa


Eastern Iowa native, Dubuque students in Paris during Notre Dame Cathedral fire


Operation Quickfind Canceled: Gentile Kahungu


Lisbon horse farm takes in retired racehorse displaced by Nebraska flood


Trump approves disaster declarations for flooded Iowa counties


University of Iowa student found dead in Utah


Avionics for Boeing 737 Max planes made by Cedar Rapids company


Defense alleges misconduct at trials in girl's 1990 Davenport slaying


Family: Former Hawkeye was hit by car during fatal crash near Dallas


University of Iowa Community Credit Union to change name to GreenState Credit Union


Digital petition created to 'reinstate' Gary Dolphin after suspension


Cedar Rapids traffic cameras to issue tickets again "soon"


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