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Well known Iowa author, Mike Chapman, has teamed up with fellow Waterloo native, Don Huff, to write a new book called Stars in Waterloo. The 122-page book is full of
Iowa Secretary of State, Paul Pate, stops by the KWWL studio to talk about Iowa’s Voter I-D law. A judge recently upheld the I-D portion
The Steele Report has discussed the often controversial Ban the Box topic several times. This week, another perspective. This time from no-vote Waterloo City Councilman,
Dr. Todd Holcomb is only the 8th President in the history of Hawkeye Community College. He took over in July, following the retirement of Dr.
Cedar Valley’s Promise is launching a new website to help answer mental health questions and guide residents to qualified doctors and counselors. http://cedarvalleymentalhealthconnections.org Carole Gustafson,
Hundreds turned out recently to honor Kevin Dill, outgoing Executive Director of the Black Hawk County Veterans Affairs Office. KWWL covered this emotional event a
The $ 1.4 million renovation to the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, Dan Gable Musuem, in downtown Waterloo is nearing completion. The renovated building on
Though the donation for this year totals won’t be announced until late March, the Cedar Valley United Way campaign ends this week, on Thursday, January
Anna Mae Weems, one of Waterloo and Iowa’s most recognized civil rights activists, talks about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior, on The
Iowa civil rights icon, Anna Mae Weems, talks about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior, on this week’s edition of The Steele Report.
Waterloo Mayor Quentin Hart looks to the future and talks about the renovation of the downtown convention center on The Steele Report. The Mayor also
The Iowa Legislature begins its new session next Monday, January 14. Governor Kim Reynolds has her agenda ready to go and will present it to
Ron Steele talks with Sen. Jeff Danielson, Chris Larimer before the legislative session
Ron Steele talks with owners of a local fun safe company.