Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier - Members

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Most loved this week

UPDATE: One dead in shooting in Waterloo

The shooting is the eighth homicide in Waterloo for the 2022 calendar year, which is the second highest going back almost 30 years

Deere reports $2.25 billion earnings for fourth quarter, $7.13 billion for fiscal year

Deere & Co. on Wednesday reported net income earnings of $7.44 on a per-share basis, exceeding Wall Street expectations.

Emerson Green's last-second 3-pointer lifts UNI past Vanderbilt

CANCUN, Mexico – Emerson Green hit a 3-pointer with .5 seconds left on the clock as Northern Iowa p…

Leibold sworn in as Waterloo's new police chief

Joe Leibold will head the Waterloo Police Department after he was appointed and sworn in by Mayor Quentin Hart at Monday’s City Council meeting.

Forest City woman claims $2 million Powerball prize

A Forest City woman spent about a month after winning a $2 million Powerball prize gathering details and making a plan before she claimed the winnings.

Iger back on top in a Disney plot twist that few saw coming

Bob Iger, the enterprising entertainment executive who brought Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel under the Disney marquee and challenged the streaming dominance of Netflix, will replace his handpicked successor, CEO Bob Chapek, whose two-year tenure has been marked by clashes, missteps and a weakening financial performance. The stunning development comes two weeks after Disney’s quarterly financial performance fell well short of Wall Street expectations on both profit and revenue, a rarity, sending shares tumbling 12%. Shares of The Walt Disney Co. are down 40% this year. The company’s stock jumped almost 9% before the opening bell Monday, with the appointment of Iger effective immediately.







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