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We've got you covered in eastern Iowa, with newsrooms in Waterloo, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. Also @KWWLStormTrack7 and @KWWLCW

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Some House Republicans who oppose abortion rights are pushing legislation to implement a nationwide abortion ban at 15 weeks, coming just hours after the Supreme Court released its opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

One person was hit by a truck during a downtown protest in Cedar Rapids on Friday evening.

A man who has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor after seriously injuring a Marine with an air rifle when aiming at a squirrel last year has been fined $855.

NEW DETAILS: A witness describes what happened after someone driving a truck struck protesters in downtown Cedar Rapids. Protesters were rallying in front of the courthouse to support abortion access and reproductive freedom.

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Police: Iowa City man snaps city tree in half to impress girl, then asks for his mother:

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First degree murder charged in Mollie Tibbetts disappearance. 24-year-old Cristihian Bahena Rivera, 24. Rivera lives in Poweshiek Co. Authorities confirm "he is an illegal alien."

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Here's a look at Cedar Falls this morning. This was taken over the Cedar River by a drone. #kwwlwx  #Flood2016 

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Ashley Hinson, Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence and Lieutenant Governor, Adam Gregg just arrived in Cedar Rapids to tour the Hawkeye Area Community Action Program Facility to see how they've faired during the pandemic.

It will be a hot and humid afternoon for all Pokemon trainers so don't forget to stay hydrated. #kwwlwx  #iawx 

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Friends remember man killed on College Hill as, "a person with a big heart, he always looked for the good in every situation and he loved his family and friends."

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Pareen Mhatre has lived in the U.S. nearly her whole life. Her parents, both with masters degrees from the U of I, applied for a green card in 2012 and haven’t heard back. U.S. lawmakers are trying to make the residency process easier for people like her.

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