IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Federal prosecutors are seeking the equivalent of a life sentence for a former elite Iowa youth basketball coach who sexually abused and exploited 400 boys
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Federal prosecutors are seeking the equivalent of a life sentence for a former elite Iowa youth basketball coach who sexually abused and exploited 400 boys over a decade.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (KWWL) — A new 40-bed rehabilitation center, focused on providing care to people suffering from severe and tramatic injuries, will begin to
A local art exhibit aims to humanize people beyond the clothing and to eliminate stigma about people of color wearing hoodies and it’s part of a larger movement.
FLOYD COUNTY, Iowa (KWWL) — An Iowa City man is facing charges of intoxicated driving and running from police among others after a Friday evening chase.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (KWWL) — Iowa Hawkeye football players Levi and Landon Paulson said goodbye to their long locks to support pediatric cancer patients. The
CORALVILLE, Iowa (KWWL) — During the polar vortex, the Iowa Department of Transportation Highway Helpers were putting in long hours to get stranded drivers out
The Iowa Department of Transportation says emergency crews are responding to several crashes and cars in the ditch along a snowy Interstate 80 in the Coralville area on Thursday afternoon.
For 24 hours, students will stand, dance and raise money for pediatric cancer research.
Iowa City Police Department is asking groups and individuals to join them and help support a good cause.
You can also contact the Iowa City Area Crime Stoppers.
IOWA CITY, Iowa—Crews will remove the snow piles in downtown Iowa City overnight on Friday, February 1st. Vehicles parked next to the snow piles will be removed in order to clear the area. Street division staff will begin removing the snow piles at 2 A.M.
Vehicles parked near the snow piles may be towed if they prevent crews from completing their work. The piles are located next to metered spots, which do not permit parking signs from 2 A.M. to 6 A.M. Follow all posted parking signs to prevent your vehicle from being towed.
The City of Hills posted to Facebook saying, “all is well with the water. Everything is back to normal. You may use water as usual. Thanks for your patience.”
The cause of the fire is still being investigated.