Nicole Agee, KCRG

Nicole Agee

KCRG

Cedar Rapids, IA, United States

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Recent articles by Nicole:

Iowan among first to receive newly-approved Alzheimer’s treatment

An Iowa man is one of the first in the U.S. to receive what could be a life-changing treatment for Alzheimer’s patients. → Read More

Local Afghanistan veteran reflects on end of military operations

A veteran who fought in Afghanistan a decade ago says the government offered him a contracted job to be part of the withdrawal. → Read More

Unvaccinated COVID-19 intensive care patient urges others to get the shot

From his ICU bed at Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, a Fairfax man is urging people to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Monticello memorial honors those who lost lives in 9/11

A memorial in Our Town Monticello honors the lives lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, now almost 20 years ago. → Read More

Iowa Supreme Court issues mixed ruling on Waterloo’s “Ban the Box” ordinance

The Iowa Supreme Court issued a mixed ruling on Waterloo’s “Ban the Box” ordinance on Friday, with the court striking down a portion of the city’s effort to reduce job discrimination. → Read More

School districts across Iowa set to receive federal coronavirus funding

Starting Tuesday, schools in Iowa can apply for financial relief from funding through the federal CARES Act. → Read More

Cedar Rapids man serves support for local restaurants

Joe Sample of Cedar Rapids has become known for his love of local food, grabbing food to-go and posting what he's eating online. → Read More

9 Who Care: Westercamp combines volunteerism and business savvy to help others

Jeralyn Westercamp learned to juggle school and her volunteer work at a young age. Now an employee at UIHC, she's learned how to combine her love of business, health care and helping others. → Read More

Two women focus on the good stories from Waterloo's North End in digital show

Two women have become the voices of the north end of Our Town Waterloo. → Read More

Our Town Anamosa: Pumpkinfest

Organizers of Our Town Anamosa's biggest annual festival are already planning for this fall's event. Pumpkinfest started in 1989. → Read More

May Student of the Month: Korah Robinson

At 10 years old, Korah Robinson has an impressive list of accomplishments. She's a standout at Washington Elementary in Mount Vernon and a leader in her fourth-grade classroom. → Read More

Vote for May's Student of the Month

Three area students were selected as finalists for the KCRG-TV9 Student of the Month for May. → Read More

March Student of the Month: Carter Spore

Faith is at the foundation of Carter Spore's life. The 17-year-old fills his day with practices, volunteer work and school, but never forgets the importance of family... → Read More

February Student of the Month: Allison Ryan

Through a very busy schedule, 17-year-old Allison Ryan never lost sight of her dream. The Tipton Senior shines in several activities, but it's the classroom that's become the focus of her future. → Read More

January Student of the Month: Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson knew when she started high school in Belle Plaine that she wanted to get involved. → Read More

Vote for January's Student of the Month

It's time to vote for our KCRG-TV9 Student of the Month for January. → Read More

November Student of the Month: Maggie Burke

17-year-old Maggie Burke is a master at moving from one thing to the next. The senior at Center Point-Urbana packs a lot into a day, from the rodeo ring, to the stage and the front of her class. Among... → Read More

October Student of the Month: Annie Johnson

Annie Johnson from Independence may only be 12, but she has lots of stories to tell about success and drive at a young age. → Read More

September Student of the Month: Riley Dolan

Riley Dolan loves to run cross country and track and enjoys navigating the field during marching band. → Read More

OUR TOWN: A look back as Quasqueton celebrates 175 years

Through fires and floods, Our Town Quasqueton has held onto what matters most; its people. → Read More