Tonight, the Waterloo City Council will consider giving grants and tax incentives to a South Dakota company that is planning on buying and remodeling the downtown Ramada Hotel.
October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and ‘Guiding Star Cedar Valley’ is giving families a space to heal.
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
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
According to Janelle Darst, the principal of Peet Jr. High did know about the rainbow stickers at last week’s ‘welcome event.’
Officers also found a .45 auto handgun that was allegedly used by Matlock in the shooting.
David Myers owns Heartland Farms in Waterloo. He said pumpkin farming is time-consuming. He has to watch out for disease, insects and weeds. This growing season, he also battled the weather.
The Waterloo Police Department implemented a new guideline the first week of October that discusses how an officer should determine if someone dealing with a mental health crisis should be taken to jail or to a facility for treatment.
WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) – Waterloo city officials are reviewing a contract bid relating to the Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center in downtown.
This is an opportunity for anyone to see Waterloo’s newest projects and businesses. There are 15 sites on this year’s tour.
A Waterloo neighborhood is now being recognized for its historical significance.
National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day is October 15, and special ceremonies will take place at both MercyOne Medical Center and UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital in Waterloo that evening.
The 2019 New Hartford Pumpkin Festival has been moved inside.
The walk starts at 2:45 p.m.