The Burlington Fire Department extinguished two car fires this morning within just 30 minutes of each other.
There are several places to see some fireworks and to celebrate the 4th of July in our area.
As the waters of the Mississippi River get higher-and-higher, residents of Gulfport are being urged to pack up their valuables and prepare to leave.
*Governor Terry Branstad has issued two disaster proclamations, for six counties, two of them in our area: Des Moines & Lee.
If you haven’t been through downtown Burlington today(Weds), Main Street is now closed from Valley to Division until further notice.
Local Congressman Dave Loebsack paid a visit to the Burlington Library yesterday(Tues) to talk to veterans about their health-care concerns.
As the river marches toward a predicted crest of 23.7 feet on Saturday and Front Street is now closed from Washington south, the City of Burlington is putting out an immediate call for volunteers to…
As the river marches toward a predicted crest of 23.7 feet on Saturday, the City of Burlington is putting out an immediate call for volunteers to fill sandbags.
As the Mississippi River continues to rise, Des Moines County’s Engineer is digging out the “Road Closed” signs.
The search is continuing for a 17-year-old boy after authorities in Cedar Rapids say he fell into a storm drain and was swept away.