As the temperatures get warmer, the snow piled up around your home and roof can cause damage as it melts.
CourtSide Sports Bar and Grill has operated in the tri-state area for 15 years, but will now make way for a Stuff Etc. consignment store.
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL) — Dogs that were rescued from a meat farm in South Korea are on their way to Dubuque after landing in Chicago
24-year-old Drew Mangler was on trial for the first-degree murder of 59-year-old James Remakel on December 19, 2016. But jurors found him guilty on the lesser charge.
Funds raised that day go toward making the MDA Summer Camp at Camp Courageous possible, and also toward groundbreaking research, life-enhancing programs, and care at the MDA Care Center at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City.
As crews work to clear the 6 to 8 inches of snow that fell onto Dubuque roads today a new problem arises; getting rid of large snow piles on street corners.
An orange-tipped airsoft gun was confiscated at Fulton Elementary earlier today.
Stores in the Dubuque area are dealing with an ice melting salt shortage, but a local salt supplier is doing its best to keep up.
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL) — The Manchester office of the Iowa DOT said Highway 20 will close nightly for construction on the Dubuque Southwest Arterial.
Trooper Jon Stickney took to Twitter Thursday with a photo of him pulling over a driver who was going 96 miles-per-hour in a 65 miles-per-hour zone, noting the road was “100 percent snow and ice.”
While this weather is not favorable for us, it is favorable for power outages.
Here are some tips from experts on what to do before and during an outage.
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL) — This week marks the third week where bad weather has cancelled or delayed schools all across our viewing area, including in
DUBUQUE, Iowa–Due to the icy conditions, the City of Dubuque will be unable to complete some it’s trash, recycling and food scrap debris collections for Thursday, February 7th.