Our 10 Most Read Stories Of 2016
2016 was a year filled with thrilling concert news and, in Cedar Rapids, another flood. This time it had a very different outcome. Here's a look at the 10 stories you were most interested in this year, in order starting with the 10th most read of the year.
Garth’s “late” show Friday night went ’til nearly two o’clock Saturday morning. Saturday night, he did it all again but what he and Trisha did in between makes it all the more amazing.
The photo entries for the ‘Mother-Daughter Look-Alikes’ are in! Now we need you to help us decide which duo looks the most alike and will take home the perfect Mother’s Day prize of TWO $500 Siebke Hoyt Jewelers gift cards (one for both mom and daughter!).
Get ready Cedar Rapids, a party is coming!
Cedar Rapids has had at least four drive-in theaters over the years, but these days you have to drive a little further in Iowa to enjoy a movie out the windshield of your vehicle.
A northeast side restaurant announced they were closing yesterday with no warning to anyone including employees, it appears.
It’s been 20 years since Garth Brooks played in the state of Iowa, but that drought ends next month.
The Cedar River in Cedar Rapids is under 10 feet now but torrential rainfall Wednesday night in the river’s basin is creating concerns downstream.
This was a story that we continually updated during the flood event as forecast crest levels changed for the Cedar River in Cedar Rapids.
Watch out if you plan to travel outside the Iowa state line this Halloween season.
If you've ever been cruising through Iowa City on eastbound I-80 and noticed three giant heads staring at you off in the distance, you should know that they're actually a work of art!
Just days before Christmas, an Iowa high school wrestler collapsed during a match and died hours later. During the school’s first home dual meet since his passing, an opposing wrestler forfeited his match and drew the adoration of everyone in the gym in the process.
This story went wildly viral early in the year all because of a special young man who realized it's about so much more than sports.