DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL)--Starting Friday, May 17th, all schools in the Dubuque Community School District will cancel the scheduled Friday morning, one hour late arrivals.
DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL)–Starting Friday, May 17th, all schools in the Dubuque Community School District will cancel the scheduled Friday morning, one hour late arrivals.
The stage on the third floor of the Hotel Winneshiek has seen many performances over the years, but a play is something it has not had since around the 1930s.
UPDATE: The Iowa State Patrol has released the names of those injured in the accident.
Dubuque County health officials say dealing with flood water clean up can put people at risk for infection and other health complications.
While you’re rushing out of the door in the morning to get to work or take your kids to school, you might not be thinking about the extra time it will take to scrape ice off of your car windows. Police say if you fail to do so, you can be pulled over.
County officials are planning a grant program for rural fire stations in honor of Epworth Fire Chief, Tom Hancock, who passed away.
In an effort to continue to improve school safety measures, Dubuque Community Schools leaders are proposing staff be equipped with a so-called panic button app on their smartphones.
DUBUQUE, Iowa—According to the Swiss Valley Nature Center’s Facebook page, the carcasses of a deer, turkey, rooster pheasant, and three hen pheasants were found in a road ditch off of Kramer road, north of Farley Iowa.
A 16 year old from East Dubuque took her passion for helping others and started a project called “blessing bags” to reach out to the homeless community.
Many area schools are switching up their schedules this week to make up for an excess of snow days.
While dairy farms prepare for winter in advance, unpredictable conditions can make it hard for these farmers to complete day-to-day work.
PEOSTA, Iowa (KWWL) – The City of Peosta is calling on a portion of its residents to replace their water meters.
The Dubuque Area Masons will be holding an Iowa Safety Identification program at the Dubuque Masonic Temple.
Mom Decorah and Dad (DM2) laid their first egg last Friday and their second on Tuesday night. Over the past 10 years, Mom has laid three eggs, so they expect her to lay another any day now.