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Its crackdown will involve both computer programs and an expanded group of people dedicated to identifying videos promoting terrorism so they can be blocked from appearing on YouTube or quickly…
06.19 / 22:17
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All three suspects have been charged with two counts of first degree murder and two counts of conspiracy to commit first degree…
06.19 / 22:17
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Clock ticks on future of 700 construction…
06.19 / 22:17
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The World Health Organization recommends at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity a…
06.19 / 22:17
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DES MOINES,Iowa- At mid-day Monday the skies over Des Moines saw a WWII vintage B-17 Bomber, “The Flying Fortress.” The workhorse aircraft was built in 1944 at the end of WWII. The Liberty Foundation is brining the B-17 back to Des Moines Sunday, selling 30 minute flights in the plane as a way to raise funds to keep the aircraft flying. “The Madras Maiden” aircraft will be at Signature Aviation at the Des Moines International Airport this coming Sunday June [……
06.19 / 22:16
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By Mike Thayer The burger, specifically the cheeseburger with all the classic toppings, is perhaps my favorite food. It's a predictable choice, a typical choice, a go-to food for a lot of bachelors. I like burgers because they're relatively…
LitFlicks is a film series for adults showing movies adapted from books. In June the Library is showing Arrival.… Read on Date June 21, 2017 Time 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location Coralville Public Library 1401 5th St. Coralville, IA 52241 Cost…
Join us at the Library for an entertaining jump rope show with Guinness World Record holder David Fisher, AKA the Rope Warrior!… Read on Date June 21, 2017 Time 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Location Coralville Public Library 1401 5th St. Coral…
The Kroger Co. has begun rolling out video telematics to its fleet of more than 1,200 tractor-trailers, and has already seen a significant reduction in collisions, handheld phone use, and unbelted drivers. John Lobenberg, Kroger's safety manager, began adding…
Wayne Hols December 20, 1930 – June 17, 2017 Eddyville, Iowa | Age 86 (Lester) Wayne Hols, 86, of rural Eddyville, died Saturday, June 17, 2017, at the Vista Woods Care Center in Ottumwa. Wayne was born December 20, 1930, in rural Mahaska County, the son of Jacob and Helen Chilcote Hols. Wayne graduated from…
06.19 / 21:38
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OSKALOOSA — The Oskaloosa Downtown Facade Improvement Project is successfully underway with several buildings being worked on. The city of Oskaloosa has officially launched into the construction phase that will rehabilitate e18 downtown buildings on the north side of t…
06.19 / 21:38
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OSKALOOSA — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mahaska County is just taking its first baby steps toward being a fully-fledged p…
06.19 / 21:38
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OSKALOOSA — Employees and customers of the Mahaska County Outreach Thrift Store said farewell to two long-time managers on Friday, June 1…
06.19 / 21:38
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Otto Warmbier, a U.S. citizen who was freed last week after more than a year in North Korean detention, has died. Doctors said last week that he had "extensive loss of tissue" in all parts of his brain. Warmbier, 22, has been in a coma since he returned to the United States last week. His parents, Fred and Cindy, said in a statement that Warmbier died on Monday afternoon. "Unfortunately, the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans ensured that no…
06.19 / 21:33
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQnt95QGtbY There's a good chance something you've bought online has been in the hands of a "picker" first. These are the workers in warehouses who pick, pack and ship all those things we're ordering. At Amazon and other companies, they're working side by side with robots. Experts say while the robots are replacing some human workers, the machines aren't quite ready to take over completely. To keep pace with a growing hunger for fast delivery, more pickers…
06.19 / 21:33
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Otto Warmbier, a U.S. citizen who was freed last week after more than a year in North Korean detention, has died. Doctors said last week that he had "extensive loss of tissue" in all parts of his brain. Warmbier, 22, has been in a coma since he returned to the United States last week. His parents, Fred and Cindy, said in a statement that Warmbier died on Monday afternoon. "Unfortunately, the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans ensured that no…
06.19 / 21:29
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQnt95QGtbY There's a good chance something you've bought online has been in the hands of a "picker" first. These are the workers in warehouses who pick, pack and ship all those things we're ordering. At Amazon and other companies, they're working side by side with robots. Experts say while the robots are replacing some human workers, the machines aren't quite ready to take over completely. To keep pace with a growing hunger for fast delivery, more pickers…
06.19 / 21:29
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"When somebody is newly ill, they're more likely to be receptive to treatment," said Mary Brokaw, detailing her son's struggles with mental…
06.19 / 21:18
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Mason City Police Chief Jeff Brinkley provided update information Monday on the investigation into a fatal crash April 10th that left five young people dead. Brinkley says the blood alcohol of the driver, 20-year-old Zachery Hartley, was above the legal limit and the Jeep he was driving was going more than twice the posted speed…
06.19 / 21:18
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The sky is mostly clear overnight with a slight chance of storms…
06.19 / 21:18
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