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Source - City Of Waterloo
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The 2016 Bridge Awards Mayoral Ball To Be Held In Waterloo

The 2016 Bridge Awards Mayoral Ball is a gala intended to bring Waterloo together to celebrate the city by honoring those that have contributed to the community by building bridges a better place to live and work.

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Photo By: Elwin Huffman - Waterloo Broadcasting
Photo By: Elwin Huffman - Waterloo Broadcasting
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Motorcyclist Injured When Chase Ends With Crash

A high-speed chase in Black Hawk County ended when a motorcycle crashed into an Iowa State Patrol car and sent one man to the hospital Saturday night (April 16, 2016).

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Conditions Spark Burn Concerns In Northeast Iowa

Dry and windy conditions have increased the potential for grass fires in Northeast Iowa.

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Category: Cedar Valley News
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Accident Sends One to Iowa City Hospital

The Black Hawk County Sheriff's deputies responded to a serious two vehicle accident that sent one of the drivers to Iowa City Hospitals via AirCare.

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Photo By: Elwin Huffman - Waterloo Broadcasting
Photo By: Elwin Huffman - Waterloo Broadcasting
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New Convenience Store Being Built In Waverly

A new convenience store is scheduled to open this summer in Waverly.

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Steven Rechkemmer.    Photo from Fayette Co. Sheriff
Steven Rechkemmer. Photo from Fayette Co. Sheriff
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Arrest for Drunk Driving in Quarry, Assaulting Deputy

Fayette County authorities have arrested a Waterloo man for allegedly driving drunk at a local quarry, then assaulting an officer.

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Daryl Jones.  Photo from Fayette Co. Sheriff
Daryl Jones. Photo from Fayette Co. Sheriff
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More Charges in Rural Drug Arrests

Two rural Hawkeye men, arrested for illegal drugs last week, now face more charges.

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Kalkidan Hefel.  Photo from Fayette Co. Sheriff
Kalkidan Hefel. Photo from Fayette Co. Sheriff
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Care Facility Resident Assaults Five Staff

A resident of a Northeast Iowa care facility has been arrested for assaulting several staff members.

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Courtesy: Black Hawk County Sheriff's Dept.
Courtesy: Black Hawk County Sheriff's Dept.
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Sheriff’s Officials Helping Iowans Dispose Of Old Prescription Medications

Sheriff's officials in each of Iowa's 99 counties are providing a drop box for residents to dispose of their old prescription drugs.

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Photo from Bremer County Sheriff
Photo from Bremer County Sheriff
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Area Hay Barn Destroyed by Fire

A rural Waverly barn has been destroyed in a fire.

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Category: Cedar Valley News

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