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Past articles by Mollie:

Applications open for down payment assistance program in Cedar Rapids

The Cedar Rapids First Time Home Buyer Program is once again open for applications. → Read More

Linn-Mar parents protest proposed book removal legislation

A group of Linn-Mar High School parents is protesting proposed legislation regarding book bans. → Read More

Bill could offer ‘pathway other than closure’ for Iowa’s rural hospitals

A bill making its way through Iowa’s legislature aims to help rural hospitals stay open, but not everyone in the field agrees on how beneficial it will be. → Read More

Cedar Rapids Kernels looking for families to host players

It’s only January, but the Cedar Rapids Kernels are already preparing for the 2023 season, and that includes finding homes and host families for the incoming players. → Read More

Univ. of Iowa professor: Labor shortage due to lack of participation

"Employment rates in Iowa are high and they’re higher than they are in lots of other states, so in that sense, there’s not an employment shortage." → Read More

Iowa lawmakers share intentions for new legislative session

On Monday, the 90th Iowa General Assembly gets underway in Des Moines. → Read More

Cedar Rapids bar: bowl games good for business

Iowa won against Kentucky in the Music City Bowl Saturday, and bars back home in eastern Iowa won, too. → Read More

Some prefer to take their chances outside despite blizzard conditions

One woman experiencing homelessness said she stayed outside for three days in -20 degree temperatures. → Read More

Cedar Rapids School Board predicts September for delayed bond vote

School board members said Monday night they need to take more time to hear from the community. → Read More

Damages fighting C6-Zero fire could cost Marengo Fire Department $80,000

The Marengo Fire Department is taking stock after the explosion at a shingle recycling plant Thursday that injured at least 10 people. → Read More

State lawmakers, Dubuque school leaders discuss priorities ahead of legislative session

The new legislative session in Iowa hasn’t started yet, but the fight over school vouchers has already begun. → Read More

North Liberty jewelry store loses about $30,000 of merchandise after break-in

A jewelry store in North Liberty is facing its busiest time of the year without full shelves because of a break-in. → Read More

Cedar Rapids woman working to close organ donation loophole

The Family and Medical Leave Act offers job protection for donors who need to take off work to complete the process, but that protection doesn’t apply to all kinds of donations. → Read More

‘We are expecting a tough session’: abortion in Iowa after midterm election

Iowa had no abortion referendums on the ballot last week, but Megan Goldberg, Assistant Professor of American Politics at Cornell College, said it was “softly on the ballot.” → Read More

Community grieves at vigil for Marshalltown teens killed in crash

Hundreds of people filled the pews at St. Henry’s Church in Marshalltown to mourn for the four teens who were killed in a crash Nov. 4. → Read More

Community grieves at vigil for Marshalltown teens killed in crash

Hundreds of people filled the pews at St. Henry’s Church in Marshalltown to mourn for the four teens who were killed in a crash Nov. 4. → Read More

‘Strict scrutiny’ key to understanding proposed gun amendment on Nov. 8 ballot

A proposed amendment to Iowa’s constitution regarding gun legislation will be on the back of the Nov. 8 ballot. The legal phrase “strict scrutiny” is crucial to understanding the potential impact of the amendment if adopted. → Read More

‘Who’s going to be more honest’: Iowans share what’s driving them to the polls

TV9 spoke with people in Mount Vernon to learn what they're thinking about before they head to the polls on November 8. → Read More

Scoreboard dedicated to late Coe College football coach

For many years, the name Steve Staker was synonymous with Coe College football. Saturday, Staker’s family gathered on Clark Field for a special half-time ceremony to dedicate a scoreboard named in honor of the late head football coach. → Read More

Dubuque expanding network that already includes 1,300 cameras

The city of Dubuque is expanding its already-sizable network of cameras surveilling the city. → Read More