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Past articles by Brady:

Melvina Scott honored by African American Museum of Iowa

Melvina Scott has been selected as a 2016 History Maker. → Read More

1-on-1 with Donald Trump during Cedar Rapids stop

KCRG-TV9 spoke with Donald Trump before his rally in Cedar Rapids on a range of issues from Russian hackers to his strategy to win over Iowans. → Read More

Family and friends gather to remember Bob Brooks

A celebration of life was held at Veterans Memorial Stadium on Wednesday night to honor the life of Bob Brooks. → Read More

Cedar Rapids woman believes lithium-ion battery caused early July fire in home

Jen Matthews believes a batter - or possibly its charger - overheated and started a fire in the second floor of their home. → Read More

Kirkwood Community College shows off "tiny house"

The 'tiny house' is built inside the shell of a shipping container. → Read More

Iowa soldiers deploy from Davenport

Approximately 20 soldiers will deploy overseas to fly, maintain, and refuel Chinook helicopters. → Read More

Governor's proclamation kicks off 99-county Bible reading event

Governor Terry Branstad signed a proclamation in April, encouraging Iowans to take part in a Bible-reading marathon outside county courthouses. The proclamation also encourages Iowans 'to read through the Bible on a daily basis each year until the Lord comes.' → Read More

Linn County voter eligibility challenge raises questions about election misconduct

A cancelled voter eligibility challenge hearing set for Wednesday would have questioned the current citizenship status of a Linn County resident who voted as a non-U.S. citizen in 2012. → Read More

UIHC program allows remote monitoring of pregnant women with diabetes

Doctors say the program is more convenient for pregnant women who constantly have to monitor their blood glucose levels. → Read More

UI College of Engineering hopes ATV simulator will make riding safer

The University of Iowa Colelge of Engineering unveiled a new ATV simulator that puts riders in a virtual environment that researchers hope will tell them more about why riders lose control and fall from ATVs. → Read More

LGBTQ Prom invites seniors to dance their way into Iowa City's pride weekend festivities

The dance was hosted by the Senior Center, University of Iowa School of Social Work, Aging Studies Program and Just Living: A Social Justice Theme Semester. → Read More

City of Cedar Rapids asks for input on future of Mount Vernon Road

The city is asking for people to give their ideas about how they want Mount Vernon Road to look and feel. → Read More

OUR TOWN: Dubuque's 4th Street Elevator offers breathtaking sights, easy ride up or down a steep hill

The Fenelon Place Elevator is a highlight among Dubuque tourist stops. → Read More

Department of Education releases 2013-2014 statistics on chronic absenteeism

The numbers come from the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights. → Read More

OUR TOWN: Manchester celebrates 150 years with a local brew

MANCHESTER, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- Every year, KCRG-TV9 features several eastern Iowa towns. We call them Our Town. We start this year off with Manchester. This small town in Delaware County is celebrating a century and a half in existence. And as KCRG TV9's Brady Smith reports, what better way to celebrate than with a local brew. → Read More

Department of Justice hosts forum on hate crimes and bias in Dubuque

The U.S. Department of Justice hosted a forum to inform people how it investigates hate crimes on Wednesday night. → Read More

Mount Pleasant woman saved by wearable defibrillator

A Mount Pleasant woman's life was saved by a wearable defibrillator when her heart stopped in March. → Read More

Iowa GOP leaders say party will unify in time for November election

Jeff Kaufmann with the Republican Party of Iowa said Wednesday that Iowa Republicans will unify behind the presumptive nominee in time for the election. → Read More

ISU and Master Gardeners Push for More Produce for Food-Insecure Iowans

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and its Master Gardeners are getting grant money to local organizations that keep or are starting community gardens, to help them get more produce to Iowa's food banks and pantries. → Read More

County Salary Increases Raise Questions About Compensation Boards

A recent move by the Linn County Board of Supervisors to approve pay increases for its members and other county leaders raises questions about the role compensation boards play in the county pay raise process. → Read More