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Burlington is located in southeastern Iowa, in Des Moines County. The city hoses the Snake Alley Criterium, one of the toughest bicycle races in the Midwest. The course is 15 blocks, with an elevation change of 555 feet to 678 feet. The race takes place entirely on city streets, mostly located downtown. The race is most widely known for its one block stretch on an historic brick street named Snake Alley. Snake Alley is 276 feet long and has five switchbacks over the course of a 60 foot increase in elevation.
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington
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Happy ending for fowl story
The Mother Goose of nursery rhyme fame was neither a real person, nor a goose - at least not in her earlier depictions. Similarly, the motherly goose that has been hanging around Izaak Walton Lake in Burlington the past few years, tending to the annual hatch of goslings, may indeed be a gander.Burlington man arrested on multiple sex crime charge
A Burlington man has been arrested on multiple sex crime charges. Police say that charges brought against 21-year-old Jaydin Ramon Johnson stem from an ongoing investigation by West Burlington Police Department into a complaint of sexual misconduct.Man found dead in basement identified
Maj. Dennis Kramer, a spokesman for the Burlington Police Department, said the dead man has been identified as Ricky Wixom, 53, who lived at the residence on South Central Avenue where his body was found. Burlington officers began investigating the case after they were dispatched about 8:15 a.m. Friday to the residence at 704 S. Central Ave. They had received a telephone call minutes earlier indicating there was a dead body in the basement of the residence.Fifth man sought in river cabin burglaries
Four Burlington men are in custody in two states and police are looking for a fifth Burlington man in connection with a series of break-ins of homes and cabins on both sides of the Mississippi River. The latest arrest in the break-ins occurred Friday when Bryce Miller, 22, was taken into custody when he went to meet a probation officer in Mount Pleasant on an unrelated criminal conviction.Old Burlington police station sale delayed
Burlington City Council must hold off on its plan to sell the city's soon-to-be-vacant police station at 424 N. 3rd St. Developers aren't backing out of the deal with the city, but their deal to buy the adjacent property called the Moose building needs more time. "Over the weekend I think some issues came up with the process of completing the purchase of that property," City Manager Jim Ferneau said.Winter weather slows blood supply's holiday recovery
With winter weather and illnesses keeping people home, blood and platelet donations have yet to recover from the holiday lull. Kali Eastin, a donor relations specialist with Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, said MVRBC is several hundred units down from where it needs to be.Augmented Reality 'Sandbox' Shows How Gravity Works
Undergraduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy designed and built a sandbox where users can mold their own universe with sand and watch how gravity affects an object-a spacecraft or a comet, for example-as it travels through the imagined environment. Funded by a grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation , the augmented-reality sandbox, dubbed "Gravbox," is the first interactive system of its kind to be used for astrophysics.Rain, then ice changes Burlington road clearing techniques
Rain prevented Burlington from salting its roads prior to Thursday's ice storm, meaning the city is relying solely on a heavy dose of a salt-sand mix to make its streets safe. As Burlington's Public Works Director Nick MacGregor explained, the city ordinarily would coat the street with a salt brine before a winter weather event.Two arrested in cabin burglaries
Two Burlington men have been arrested and police are looking for a third man in connection with a series of residential burglaries last month on O'Connell Beach Road. Patrick Sanders, 26, 509 S. Central Ave., and Michael Jagerson Jr., 23, 1407 S. Seventh St., are each being held in the Des Moines County jail in lieu of $25,000 cash-only bonds on five counts of third-degree burglary, a class D felony.City Development Board orders Mount Union to pay claims
The City Development Board ruled Wednesday in Des Moines on how the former city of Mount Union must settle its outstanding debts. When Mount Union was dissolved in March 2017 it owed about $300,000 in court-ordered judgments and legal fees to Regional Utility Service Systems.County board set to forgive Harmony Bible Church's taxes
Harmony Bible Church missed its deadline last year to file for a tax exemption, but the Des Moines County Board of Supervisors seems ready to look the other way. The church bought its Burlington building, the former Tom's Market and Meats at 550 Division St., in August of 2016.Want a bigger trash can? Burlington plans to ask you soon
Burlington residents will get a survey attached to February's water bills asking if they would support a switch from 33-gallon trash cans to standardized, rolling 65-gallon cans. The City Council eventually will get final say, but this step is coming first to gauge if there is even a community interest.Police log - Jan. 9, 2018
An arrest is merely an accusation. All suspects should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.In freezing rain, scouts collect old Christmas trees
Despite a wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow Sunday, Boy Scout Troop 3 spent the afternoon outside for their third annual Christmas tree haul. The scouts collected 31 discarded Christmas trees for a donation, and made about $350 in an hours work.Army Corps of Engineers rangers show us how they count eagles
For anyone who's been out in those temperatures across the QCA, you've probably spotted more than one hundred eagles on the Mississippi River. But have you ever wondered who's counting them? Today a park ranger, Mike KcKean, with the Army Corps of Engineers at lock and dam 15 showed KWQC how the counting works.Moscow Festival Ballet dancer delight tiny dancers
Students at Cheryl's School of Dance in Burlington were treated to a master class by dancer Elena Khorosheva of the Moscow Festival Ballet Friday afternoon. The event was coordinated by dance instructor Lea Burke and Barbara McRoberts of Burlington Civic Music, who hosted the Russian company's performance of "Swan Lake" last night at Memorial Auditorium.Bald eagle sightings increasing along Mississippi River
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts weekly counts of eagles at lock and dams and the numbers have gone up in recent weeks since temperatures dropped. A lock and dam near Burlington, Iowa, saw 491 eagles on Wednesday, up from 156 a week earlier.Fairfield boys' scrimmage area teams over winter break
New Trojan Landon Kooiker, son of former Hawkeye lineman and new City Administrator Aaron Kooiker pushes the tempo for Fairfield during their scrimmage with Pekin. Friday morning in the FHS gymnasium, the Fairfield boys' basketball team scrimmaged three opponents, Pekin, West Burlington and Mid-Prairie.Record cold leaving Burlington, replaced by slightly less intense cold
There's a sharp cold cutting through anyone venturing outdoors, but it should grow slightly duller this afternoon. Unfortunately, temperatures will remain low.Kansas State ends 2017 with a horrifying scream
There are five primary items on the docket today. Three of them involve things which happened to Kansas State Wildcats yesterday; a fourth involves a nagging question from the fall, and the last has the benefit of having nothing whatsoever to do with the nightmare that was 2017.
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