Aaron Hosman, KCRG

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Past articles by Aaron:

Sale helps replace historic home damage

'Save CR Heritage' hosted a sale of items salvaged from historic Cedar Rapids homes. The group's vice president said they hoped to help the owners of historic and older homes trying to find rare items to make repairs, following the August 10th derecho. → Read More

CVS, Walgreens enact COVID precautions for in-store flu shots

CVS and Walgreens pharmacists will check temperatures, screen for other symptoms and wear face shields for the first time while giving flu shots. → Read More

Ride remembers Evansdale cousins, Lyric Cook and Elizabeth Collins

Bikers rode through parts of eastern Iowa making stops along the way, taking selfies to post online. It's part of a continuing effort to spread awareness for Elizabeth and Lyric, along with other Iowa families that still don’t have answers into their loved ones’ disappearance. → Read More

Clinton Co. Sheriff’s Office to begin using body cameras

The Clinton County Sheriff's office announced it will begin using body cameras. → Read More

Medical emergency takes place during Dubuque traffic stop

A person experienced a medical emergency during a stop by police on Friday night, requiring a brief hospitalization. → Read More

Death being investigated as suspicious after body found near road in Des Moines

Police are investigating after a man’s body was found in an industrial area of Des Moines southeast of downtown. → Read More

African-American Museum of Iowa hosts public art event honoring black lives

The African American Museum of Iowa in Cedar Rapids opened up temporarily Saturday for a public art event. → Read More

Police make arrest in shooting death of Des Moines man

Police have made an arrest in the fatal shooting of a man in a Des Moines city park. → Read More

Marion Pastor frustrated after corrupt COVID-19 test

A Marion man says he tried taking a COVID-19 test through TestIowa, but his test came back corrupt. → Read More

Face coverings required at Iowa State Univeristy starting July 1st

Face coverings will now be a requirement at Iowa State University. → Read More

Iowa City Fire Department responds to car fire at UIHC

Fire crews in Iowa City responded to a car fire at UIHC Sunday. → Read More

One killed in fatal accident in Bremer County

One person was killed in a two-vehicle accident in Bremer County Saturday. → Read More

Custom guitar from Prince’s 1980s prime sells for $563,500

A guitar played by Prince at the height of his stardom has sold for more than $500,000 at auction. → Read More

Health officials suggest caution when considering summer travel plans

As May turns into June, highways usually fill up with families starting their summer vacations. However, as states begin loosening Covid-19 restrictions, some people may wonder if it is safe to start traveling. → Read More

National Motorcycle Museum reopens with new safety rules

Staff at the museum will now wear masks and visitors are encouraged to do the same. The museum is also limiting the number of visitors in the gift shop at a time. → Read More

State campgrounds fully reopen for Memorial Day weekend campers

The campgrounds at Palisades-Kepler State Park were busy during Memorial Day weekend. Some campers say camping is the perfect summer vacation alternative during Covid-19 concerns. → Read More

Cedar Rapids COVID-19 nurse returns to family after weeks of separation

A Cedar Rapids nurse is looking forward to reuniting with family after working at the COVID unit for weeks. For six weeks, Marlaina Orcutt of Delhi worked as a COVID-19 nurse at Cedar Rapids’ St. Luke’s Hospital. → Read More

Cedar Rapids restaurants adjust to remain in business through shutdown

Café Saint Pio in Czech Village of Cedar Rapids will soon celebrate one year of business after remaining open through the shutdown. → Read More

Cedar Rapids museum takes financial loss, postpones fundraiser amid pandemic

Museums remain closed across the state as Iowa starts the process of reopening and those closures mean fewer visitors, and dollars, to help operate those facilities. → Read More

Belle Plaine schools planning drive-in style graduation ceremony

The Belle Plaine Community School District superintended said school staff wanted to provide as normal of a graduation as possible. Families will be able to drive on the football field to watch the ceremony. → Read More