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- Boil Order in Effect for North End Neighborhood (12/8/2016) - A handful of residents of Dubuque’s North End have been placed under a boil order due to a failed water main. According to the city, the break happened on East 30th Street between Jackson and Washington Streets. A total of 25 city water customers are within the impacted area. Those residents are being urged to
- Cell Phone Video Leads Police to Charge Dubuque Man with Sexual Abuse (12/8/2016) - A Dubuque man is facing a sexual assault charge after police say they discovered a video of him having sexual contact with an underage girl. 36-year-old Decarlos Matlock was arrested on Tuesday night. He’s been charged with 3rd Degree Sexual Abuse. According to police, their investigation of the incident began in September when a 15-year-old
- Reynolds in Line to Become Iowa’s First Female Governor (12/8/2016) - Kim Reynolds is set to become the Iowa’s first female governor. Current governor Terry Branstad has accepted an appointment to be the US Ambassador to China in the Donald Trump administration. He’ll have to be confirmed but the US Senate. If so, Branstad would resign his post as Governor, and Reynolds would assume his duties.
- Area Scoreboard (12/7) (12/8/2016) - College Men’s Basketball Buena Vista 92, Loras 90 (ot) Central 73, Dubuque 64 College Women’s Basketball Buena Vista 69, Loras 63 Central 64, Dubuque 51
- College Basketball Round-Up (12/7) (12/8/2016) - No. 17 Wisconsin routs Idaho State for 4th straight win MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Bronson Koenig scored 21 points, Ethan Happ had 12 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 17 Wisconsin rolled past Idaho State 78-44 on Wednesday night. The Badgers (8-2) scored the first 10 points and opened up a 21-3 lead as the
- The Latest Sports News From Associated Press (12/8) (12/8/2016) - Warriors handle Clippers UNDATED (AP) – Klay Thompson didn’t come close to matching the career-high 60 points he dropped on the Indiana Pacers on Monday, but he still led the Golden State Warriors’ offense in their seventh straight win over the Clippers. Thompson finished with 24 points and Draymond Green added 22 as the Warriors