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Past articles by Adam:

Sentencing set for Go Cedar Rapids fraud case

Two executives who defrauded a bank after putting on a failed festival that bankrupted Go Cedar Rapids have their sentencing dates set. → Read More

Univ. of Iowa Hospitals website possibly hit by cyber attack

UIHC has acknowledged its website is down Tuesday afternoon and its IT staff is investigating the cause but could not confirm whether it was the result of a cyber attack. → Read More

Iowa sets record for healthcare marketplace enrollment

Iowa set a record for a third straight year for enrollments in the Healthcare Marketplace under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. → Read More

Anamosa Prison ends days long lockdown

Days after an initial request for information, the Iowa Department of Corrections confirmed a roughly week-long lockdown at Anamosa State Penitentiary but is declining to give any other specifics. → Read More

Police: Ped Mall shooting suspect fired at “point-blank” range

Police arrested a suspect in the shooting on Iowa City’s Ped Mall, saying he fired at someone at point-blank range. → Read More

School Voucher Bill faces first public scrutiny in Tuesday hearing

Nearly 90 people have signed up to speak for and against Governor Reynolds’ School Voucher plan at a public hearing Tuesday. → Read More

Monticello intruder had history at home, faced allegation of domestic abuse

The intruder police say was shot and killed last week inside a Monticello home had previously lived in the home with a longtime girlfriend who had recently accused him of domestic abuse in court filings. → Read More

Hamburg Inn not closing, lawyer for owner says

An attorney representing the owner of the Hamburg Inn No. 2 in Iowa City says the iconic restaurant and political icon will not close in a week, despite statements from managers and employees. → Read More

Dog tied up, abandoned outside Iowa airport

The Animal Rescue League of Iowa says someone tied up and abandoned a dog outside the Des Moines airport this week because it wasn’t allowed on their flight. → Read More

Fire damages farm animal rescue in Linn County

The director of a farm animal rescue in Springville says recovery from a fire won’t be able to begin until Tuesday because of the Christmas holiday. → Read More

Firefighters revive cat after Cedar Falls fire

Firefighters were able to revive a cat found after a house fire the overnight after Christmas. → Read More

New Iowa Legislative committee a sign school vouchers are imminent

In a signal Iowa Republicans will look to implement a school voucher system in Iowa, a new Iowa House committee will tackle “significant reforms to our educational system”. → Read More

Iowa City considering expanding sidewalk cafes citywide

Sidewalk cafes may start showing up in more parts of Iowa City next Spring. → Read More

Unions, Iowa National Guard criticize Union Pacific for denying Veterans Day off for Vets

Iowa labor leaders and the head of the Iowa National Guard say Union Pacific may be violating a state law by denying Veterans Day holiday requests for veterans. → Read More

Iowa City man accused of killing wife to take plea deal

Court documents claimed financial issues may have been the motive for the murder in 2019. → Read More

Giraffe born at Blank Park Zoo, name search begins soon

The zoo will begin a naming contest and open bids to be the first to see the baby giraffe. → Read More

Cedar Rapids murder suspect found incompetent to stand trial

A doctor has ruled a Cedar Rapids man accused of beating a woman to death as incompetent to stand trial. → Read More

1 dead, 1 hurt as motorcycles crash in Cedar County

One motorcyclist is dead and another is hurt after crashing in Cedar County on Sunday. → Read More

Bird strike causes brief scare at Dubuque airport

A bird strike caused a passenger jet to have to abort a landing and declare an emergency landing Sunday night at the Dubuque Regional Airport. → Read More

Cedar Rapids Schools moves to ask voters for $312 Million Bond

The Cedar Rapids Community School District plans to ask voters to approve the largest school bond in state history: $312 million dollars to pay for a comprehensive plan to renovate, replace and redesign its middle and high schools. → Read More