Just after 3 am this morning, the Epworth and Centralia Fire Departments and the Dubuque County Sheriff’s office were called to a kitchen fire at a trailer on North Cascade Rd.
Fire fighters extinguished the blaze and the trailer sustained… Continue reading →
29 year old Kyle Cross has been charged with two counts of third-degree sexual abuse in Dubuque District Court.
Cross is accused of having sexual relations with a 14 year old girl who had run away from home. The girl’s… Continue reading →
Just before 5pm yesterday, Dubuque Police arrested 24 year old Martinez Brimmer for his alleged involvement in the July 2014 robbery at the Dubuque IHOP on JFK Rd.
Brimmer is charged with Robbery 1st Degree, a class B felony… Continue reading →
As temperatures head downward this week, the Wisconsin Public Service utility reminds low-income residents that government heating aid is still available. Officials say people do not need to be caught up with their payments in order to qualify. Aid… Continue reading →
A Bill to ban texting while driving in Iowa passed the Iowa Senate yesterday on a 44-6 vote. If passed by the Iowa House and signed by the governor, texting while driving would become a primary instead of a… Continue reading →
Grant County Circuit Court Judge Craig Day scheduled a May 14 plea hearing for 38 year old Ryan Barthel of Madison. Barthel is charged with felony armed robbery after authorities say he robbed the Platteville Domino’s pizza in the early… Continue reading →
21 year old Colton Hancock and 37 year old Lisa Patten, both of Dubuque, were arrested Monday after leading authorities in Marquette County, Wis., on a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle, and eventually crashing the vehicle.
According to the… Continue reading →
Three finalists have been named for the position of Southwest Tech’s next College President. Finalists Dr. Kevin Bernhardt, Dr. James Eden, and Dr. Jason Wood will participate in on-campus activities and interviews the week of March 30th. There… Continue reading →
It appears Highway 61 around Lancaster’s downtown square will remain two lanes – that’s after the Lancaster Common Council changed its vote from last month. The council agreed to support a plan that keeps both lanes in place. But now… Continue reading →