UPDATE: DHS says CVRS owner never billed Medicaid

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KWWL) - According to the owner, Cedar Valley Recovery Services is closing its doors due to a decline in reimbursement from Medicaid and other insurance companies. 

ANIMAL HOARDING: A potential cause

(KWWL) – Cases of animal hoarding are often hard to look at with dozens of animals living in poor conditions that are unsuitable for anyone. We often report on how those animals recover but we wanted to look at it from another perspective.

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Update: Name released in fatal lawnmower accident

LINN COUNTY, Iowa (KWWL)— A juvenile male is dead after a lawnmower overturned on top of him.

Authorities arrived to the 5600 block of east Cemetery Road in Fairfax to find the lawnmower overturned in a ditch with the male underneath it.

Linn County, Iowa  (KWWL)  The body of a 38-year old drowning victim has been recovered from the waters of the Cedar River downstream from Palisades-Kepler

STORMTRACK 7 FORECAST
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Cedar Rapids
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Iowa City
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Dubuque
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Decorah
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Charles City
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Washington
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TRACKING: Pleasant weather continues

TRACKING: Pleasant weather continues

The next chance of rain tracks in early next week.

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