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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.

Population: 26839
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington

Zip Codes associated with burlington, iowa: 52601
Towns/Cities near burlington, iowa : Mt Pleasant Fort Madison Middletown Beaverdale New London Danville Augusta Gulfport IL

Burlington News
Burlington police investigate after occupied car is shot at

Police say they were called to the area of Stone Gardens Apartments shortly after 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 10. in reference to gunshots. Upon arrival, officers discovered a car was shot at while two people were inside of it.

Grandad 'said sex attack on girl, 9, was caused by his sleepwalking hands'

A grandfather molested his nine year-old granddaughter then told her mother that 'he can't control where his hand goes while he's sleeping,' police say. Arthur Kenny, 67, is said to have offered the excuse after touching the child's privates while she slept in bed between him and her grandmother.

Review: No trouble with Trebles

Christmastime is the perfect time to remind yourself how fortunate you are to live in an off-the-main-road town like Burlington. Proof of that theorem appeared Sunday afternoon at First United Methodist Church when Burlington's Treble Clef Club presented its 32nd annual "Musical Christmas Card" featuring well-known area musicians, singers and presenters celebrating the season with a variety of music.

Cedar Rapids police ask for help finding four after Burlington thefts

Do you know who these people are? Cedar Rapids police are looking for help identifying four suspects connected to a series of thefts at the Burlington department store located on the city's southwest side, in the Westdale shopping area. "Citizens who can identify the individual in the surveillance photographs are encouraged to call the Cedar Rapids Police Department at 286-5409 or Linn County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-CS-CRIME or text CRIMES and in the message/subject, type 5227 and your tip," each of the posts read.

The Turf takes shape with dome's inflation

The 79-foot-tall dome enclosing the Greater Burlington Area Indoor Sports Facilities' latest project was inflated Friday, providing some mid-afternoon entertainment for onlookers. Known as The Turf, the 78,500 square-foot facility was built adjacent to the Burlington Regional RecPlex.

Congressman tours new family planning clinic

Family Planning of Southeast Iowa opened about a year after Planned Parenthood closed clinics in Burlington and Keokuk due to state funding cuts. U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack got an early look Monday at Burlington's new family planning clinic established in the wake of two Planned Parenthood closures in southeast Iowa.

Burlington man arrested on false reports after saying he was shot

UPDATE 12/4: The Burlington Police Department has released that 18-year-old Anthony James Kennedy has been arrested on False Report charges. Police say Kennedy originally told police he was shot during an attempted robbery in an alley, however, police discovered the shooting took place inside Kennedy's apartment.

52 Faces: Nicole Kindig is a mom on a mission

In many ways, Nicole Kindig is a typical young woman, working, raising her son and attending classes at Southeastern Community College. Kindig, 32, of Burlington lives with her parents while pinching pennies to cover her expenses and busy lifestyle, relying on her mother and father to help with her child-rearing responsibilities.

Toys needed to fill semi

No child deserves to wake up on Christmas day to empty stockings and a tree devoid of presents, and Toys 4 Tots is working to make sure that doesn't happen. That's why there's a semi-truck camped out in the Westland Mall parking lot in West Burlington.

City commission votes down Perkins proposal

A Burlington commission rejected a developer's plans Tuesday to turn the former Perkins Elementary School into an apartment building. Seven homeowners in the residential neighborhood attended the City Planning Commission meeting at City Hall to make their concerns known about the proposed development.

Campaign working to rejuvenate Mississippi River economy, ecology

About 40 people gathered Tuesday in downtown Burlington to learn about the efforts of a group working to link mayors of Mississippi River communities in seeking political and capital investment up and down the 2,500-mile waterway. McCampbell hasn't been one of the more than 80 mayors from 10 Mississippi River states who has taken an active role in the Mississippi River Cities & Towns Initiative, but after listening to the group's executive director, Colin Wellenkamp, during a lunch-and-learn meeting of the F&M Bank & Trust Navigators program, he plans to be.

Snow storm packs a punch

"This is one of the biggest snows we would usually get all year, but it's happening in November," said David Sheets, a National Weather Service meteorologist in the Quad Cities. The 13 inches dumped on the Quad Cities between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning set a record there, according to NWS data tracing back to the 1800s.

Winter Wonderland on full display

The spirit of the holidays was on full display Saturday in Burlington as locals filled the downtown streets for the annual Lighted Holiday Parade. Judging by the warm weather it seemed too early in the year to usher in the holiday season.

One person injured in Burlington shooting

According to Burlington Police, one person is hurt after a shooting in Burlington, Iowa. Reports say, on Saturday November 24th, 18-year-old Anthony James Kennedy arrived at a hospital in West Burlington in a private vehicle around 10 A.M. with a gunshot wound to his hand.

Police investigating after 17-year-old arrives at hospital with gunshot wound

A 17-year-old is recovering after being shot in Burlington. Police say the 17-year-old arrived at the hospital in a private vehicle on Wednesday, Nov. 21 just after 5:45 p.m. with a gunshot wound to "his lower extremities".

Feasting with family

It was just after 6 in the morning on Thanksgiving Day, and the kitchen at Burlington High School was a beehive of activity. Home deliveries would begin in a few hours, and there still was work to be done.

Brian Metzger inspires future scientists

Award-winning astrophysicist Brian Metzger returned to southeast Iowa Tuesday to tell area students and residents about his educational and professional journey before presenting an evening program on the science behind his most recent accomplishment. Metzger, a Burlington native and recently tenured associate professor of physics at Columbia University in New York City, recently was awarded the New Horizons in Physics Prize at the Breakthrough Prize Foundation ceremony, also known as the "Oscars of Science," for a prediction he made in 2010 about how light would appear following the collision of two neutron stars.

Steamboat Days postponed in 2019

Burlington's annual, multi-day music festival will not take place next summer. Organizers will take the time off to plot a new course.

Tama Complex to be demolished

Developer Doug Wells has said he intends to rebuild a new structure at the corner of Jefferson and Third streets. Eric Tysland, development and parks director for the city of Burlington, told city council during its Monday meeting that Tama developer Doug Wells had made the decision to tear down the two buildings rather than preserve the charred remains.

Burlington man arrested and charged in connection with September shooting

A Burlington man has been arrested and charged in connection with a shooting that took place in September. Police say Aaron Floyd Stanley of Oquawka, was shot in the area of Smith and Garfield Street.

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