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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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Ex-Houston police officer charged with murder after deadly drug raid

Former narcotics officer Gerald Goines was charged with two counts of murder, while former partner Steven Bryant was charged with tampering with a government record.

David Koch, billionaire conservative activist and philanthropist, dies at 79

He and his brother, Charles Koch, helped to build a massive conservative network of donors to support libertarian-leaning economic policies.

Trump associate proved invaluable FBI source, records show

Sater's name appears dozens of times in special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference.

Is your teen's cough linked to vaping?

"Everybody needs to be on alert," one doctor said.

North Carolina police officer fired for following the 'Billy Graham Rule,' lawsuit says

The officer said he was fired after he requested a religious exemption from training a female deputy, conduct he believed to be "sinful."