Iowa How They Fared

Iowa How They Fared
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Dubuque woman tied to 2 drug overdose deaths gets 27 months

A Dubuque woman tied to two drug overdose deaths has been imprisoned
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Eyeing 2020, Brown tests pro-worker theme in Iowa towns

Democrat Sherrod Brown is making his first trip to Iowa as a presidential prospect
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The Latest: At least 3 deaths in New York blamed on storm

At least three deaths in western New York are being blamed on the winter storm that has dropped more than 20 inches of snow and inflicted subzero wind chills
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Latest: Deep freeze, fast thaw punishes Detroit water mains

As much of the Midwest begins a quick thaw from the deep freeze that dropped wind chill temperatures below minus 50, crews are preparing to clean up the mess ex
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Latest: More than 4K Chicago flights cancelled since Tuesday

More than 4,000 flights have been canceled at Chicago's two international airports amid a deep freeze that brought record cold temperatures to Illinois
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Latest: Health agency tallies Illinois casualties in cold

The Illinois Department of Public Health says at least 144 people made hospital emergency-room visits and one person has died due to cold-related injuries since
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The Latest: Utility eases conservation plea ahead of warmup

Xcel Energy has lifted a request to its Minnesota natural gas customers to lower their thermostats, as concerns about conserving gas eased with the warmup in th
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The Latest: Some Illinois low temperature records shattered

Authorities say two all-time low temperature records have been broken in Illinois
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The Latest: Woman found dead in unheated Milwaukee home

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office says it's investigating the death of a woman found frozen in her unheated apartment
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The Latest: Severe cold disrupts Detroit's light rail system

Detroit's light rail system suspended service due for a few hours due to the extreme cold after streetcar batteries struggled to remain charged
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The Latest: Amtrak restores Chicago service

Amtrak is beginning to restore service out of Chicago after cancelling dozens of trains this week because of the extreme cold
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The Latest: Coroner says Ohio woman died due to the cold

A coroner in Ohio says the death of a woman whose body was found in a vacant house was likely related to the dangerous cold gripping the state
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The Latest: UPS stalls deliveries in some very cold places

United Parcel Service says it has halted deliveries in about 250 zip codes in the Midwest and western New York because of concerns for the safety of those makin
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The Latest: More low temperature records set in Iowa

The dangerously cold weather is still setting low-temperature records in many Iowa communities
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The Latest: Deep freeze setting more Iowa records

The dangerously cold weather is still setting records for low temperatures in many Iowa communities. The minus 30 (negative 34 Celsius) Thursday morning in Ceda
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The Latest: Extra-cold weather brings out extra shelter help

The extra-cold weather brought out extra volunteers at an eastern Iowa shelter for homeless men
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Iowa to see dangerously cold conditions overnight

The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning for much of eastern Iowa, including Davenport, Iowa City, Dubuque and Cedar Rapids
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Man who battered woman sentenced to 40 years in prison

A man accused of punching a woman, hitting her with a baseball bat and burning her has been sentenced to 40 years in prison
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University of Iowa given $5 million for eye disease research

The University of Iowa has been given $5 million for research into treatments of eye diseases that affect and blind people worldwide
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Firefighters find woman's body in Dubuque County blaze

Firefighters have found the body of a woman inside the charred remains of a Dubuque County home
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Dubuque cooperative proposes $37M redevelopment project

A Dubuque financial cooperative is finalizing plans to spend about $37 million to redevelop an iconic building in the city's historic Millwork District
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Teacher arrested; suspected of being drunk at school

Authorities have arrested a teacher suspected of being drunk at her school in Dubuque
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Report says Iowa congressman likely violated ethics rules

An independent review found that Rep. Rod Blum likely violated a host of ethics rules in his private business dealings
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