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I haven't used one of these food delivery services yet, and now I'm not sure I ever will!

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Animal organizations and city leaders in Cedar Rapids are working to put a stop to purchasing dogs from puppy mills.

Black is a timeless and extremely versatile color, one that goes with everything. At the same time it can also be a very intimidating color, even if much

The superstar's latest release was co-written by some familiar names: Devin Dawson and Hardy wrote the track, along with Jordan Schmidt.

Ten ideas to help you make the most of a small kitchen and transform it into a stylish, practical and useable space...

Nicolas Cage says he was too drunk to 'understand' he was marrying Erika Koike during their Las Vegas wedding.

(WKRC) - You probably sometimes have a thousand reasons why you would rather just stay in bed, so how about 19 thousand more? NASA will pay you $19K to spend 2 months lying in bed (CNN/NASA) NASA is looking to pay 24 volunteers who they want to participate in a sleep study, according to CNN. The participants will spend two months lying in bed. And when they say "lying in bed" for two months, they really mean it.

Twelve days after WarnerMedia launched an investigation into an alleged affair between Warner Bros. Chairman Kevin Tsujihara and a female actor, he was out.

A rightfully crisp Saturday for another Special Olympics Iowa Polar Plunge at Coralville Lake. Herky the Hawk was first in the water for this year's event. The Polar Plunges raise thousands of dollars for Special Olympics Iowa. That money is then used to help with other events like the Mid-Winter Tournament. It means athletes are covered financially for everything from their hotel stay to food.

IOWA CITY - Crowded Closet, Iowa City's longtime go-to thrift shop for gently used clothing, housewares, furniture, books and other merchandise, is launching its second 40 years at a new location.

Addressing Iowa's Board of Regents last month, a handful of students from the state's public and private colleges and universities voiced frustration over rising tuition rates and the barriers to higher education and additional debt they can create.

In the wake of disastrous flooding in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa earlier this month, officials have created an on-demand webinar to help people deal with the serious health dangers that remain after major flooding. The Central States Center of Agricultural Safety and Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health collaborated with the AgriSafe Network to create the webinar.

Even as the region enters comfortable spring temperatures, Calvin Yoder still is worried about frost.

A two-plus-year-old loan program designed for small businesses have helped more than a dozen entrepreneurs.