Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work.
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"It’s unsafe every day. It’s a scary moment coming here," an employee said. "But I got bills to pay, so it’s like — you have a choice, but it’s either be without a job or get sick."
While employees were being ordered to work despite an alarming rise in the number of COVID-19 cases at the Waterloo Tyson plant, their supervi…
Waterloo's Columbus High School and Dunkerton Community School will use virtual instruction around Thanksgiving to deal with staff shortages or potential COVID-19 spread.
In Iowa, you're much more likely to catch coronavirus now than at any time previously during the pandemic. On average, more than 4,000 Iowans are newly diagnosed each day, an average the state reached Nov. 13.
Duane Slick, of the Meswaki and Ho-Chunk nations, tells stories of history and heritage in paintings. The Waterloo native's work will be shown at the first-ever Native-owned gallery in the U.S.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds holds a press conference on Nov. 19.