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Dubuque lies at the junction of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin, which is known as the Tri-State Area. It is among the oldest settlements west of the Mississippi River, and also Iowa's oldest city. It was named after Julien Dubuque, a fur-trader and the first permanent French-Canadian settler. It's slogan is the "Masterpiece of the Mississippi," and has been called the "key city," because it symbolized the door to settler's dreams of a better life. Today it is a historical and cultural center of Iowa, as well as a major retail, educational and employment center of the Tri-State Area.

Population: 57686
Local Newspapers: Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Local Sports Teams: Dubuque Fighting Saints (US Hockley League)
Local Colleges: Loras College Clarke College University of Dubuque Emmaus Bible College

Zip Codes associated with dubuque, iowa: 52001 52002 52003
Towns/Cities near dubuque, iowa : Ashbury Dyersville Cascade Sageville Monticello Maquoketa

Dubuque News
Man charged with Dubuque 1st Degree Murder pleads not guilty

Garry James entered a not guilty plea to a charge of 1st Degree Murder last week in Dubuque County court. James was arrested that night for Public Intoxication, 1st Degree Harassment, Interference with Official Acts, and Unlawful Possession of Prescription Medication.

Iowa river traffic relies on aging lock and dam system

In this Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018 photo, a tow boat and barge go through Lock and Dam No. 11 in Dubuque, Iowa.

A movie idea ripped from the headlines: Minister of Culture

You know that expression "ripped from the headlines" to describe movies that are based on real events? I've got one for you. This was a news item out of Germany last week: Two old German dudes escaped from a nursing home and made their way to the Wacken Open Air Festival, which was described as the world's largest, four-day heavy metal concert.

Maquoketa Caves will be reopening soon

Maquoketa Caves State Park will reopen on August 24th. The park was closed for more than three months as it underwent extensive renovations.

Absentee voting has started for NICC bond issue

Absentee balloting has started for the special Northeast Iowa Community College election scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 11. Absentee ballots can be cast in the county auditor's office during normal business hours or through the mail.

Wayne Newton to perform show in Dubuque

The man known as "Mr. Las Vegas" will be coming to eastern Iowa on November 17 for his "Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal" production. Newton has released 165 albums and is known for his singles like "Red Roses for a Blue Lady," "Years," and "Daddy, Don't You Walk So Fast."

52 Faces: Coming home to the priesthood

A journey of faith marked an important milepost in May 2017, when Dan Dorau was ordained a Catholic priest and became a parochial vicar in the Davenport Diocese. In July of this year, Dorau took another step forward in that journey to Christ when he came to serve as a priest in Burlington's Divine Mercy Catholic Parish.

Dubuque artist regains inspiration through mural project

This photo taken July 24, 2018, shows artist Cynthia Nelms-Byrne who recently completed a mural as part of Voices Productions' growing downtown mural project in Dubuque, Iowa. Titled "Moon Goddess" and located above the garage of her Main Street building, it's the first piece of art Nelms-Byrne has created since the death of her husband, Bob Byrne.

Dubuque County residents plan to provide 'resistance' to proposed transmission line

The Cardinal-Hickory Creek Transmission Line would run 120 miles and carry 345-kilovolts from Dubuque to Dane County, Wisconsin. In an email, ITC spokesperson Rod Pritchard said the project, "will help improve electric system reliability, support access to renewable energy sources and provide economic savings to utility customers in the region."

Fire crews respond to hydrochloric leak in Dubuque

The Dubuque Fire Department took a call of a hazardous material spill at 2350 Kerper Blvd around 12:26 Friday afternoon. According to Dubuque Fire Chief Rick Steins, fire crews responded to a hydrochloric acid spill in the rear of the building.

Dubuque Police Department investigating stabbing on Angella Street

Hennessey said he went to meet Puccio on the 400 block of Angella Street when an altercation happened, causing Hennessey to allegedly be stabbed by Puccio. Hennessey said after he was stabbed he ran to his car and went to the address on Loras Boulevard, where he collapsed on the back-door step.

People concerned about gentrification as Dubuque plans to buy, rehab, sell 120 homes

People in Dubuque are worried about a project that will renovate 120 homes in the north end. It's a project the city is working to complete with the Greater Dubuque Development Corporation .

City of Dubuque creates ordinance that allows 'controlled livestock grazing'

One of the Goats on the Go goats eats weeds at a Dubuque County property on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. Controlled livestock grazing is a practice that uses goats or sheep to manage an area of land, usually to control invasive species.

In-Depth with Brad Byrd: Chris Donahue talks LST

Welcome to In-Depth. Tonight a question: Will LST 325 soon weigh anchor and find a new home dock in Downtown Evansville? The question may be settled next Monday when City Council considers a close to $3 million allocation to assist the great World War 2 landing ship to make the move.

Missing Iowa student's boyfriend: 'Just imagine if somebody had taken your Mollie'

It's been more than two weeks since Dalton Jack last saw or heard from his girlfriend, 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, before she mysteriously vanished in a rural Iowa town. Jack, also 20, said he doesn't believe there's a chance Tibbetts would have left on her own accord.

Charity donates specialized bike to girl with cerebral palsy

The surprise giveaway happened at Hy-Vee on Locust St. in Dubuque. Kristin's mom kept it a secret by telling Kristin they were going out to eat.

Mollie Tibbetts' disappearance a 'total shock,' Iowa residents say

Residents of the Iowa town where Mollie Tibbetts vanished told Fox News on Wednesday they're still trying to come to grips with the dramatic case as police hunt for the student who was last seen on July 18. Julie Weiss, an employee at BGM, the local K-12 school, said her son graduated with Mollie and that they were casual friends. According to Weiss, her son was in "total shock" when he found out.

Pilot shortage could affect eastern Iowa airports sooner rather than later

Boeing released its 2018 Pilot and Technician Outlook- showing the demand over the next 20 years will reach 790,000 pilots worldwide. 635,000 pilots are needed for commercial airlines, like American Airlines or Delta Airlines- and 206,000 of those pilots are needed in North America.

Jogging woman refused to give a man her phone number. He assaulted her, Iowa cops say

A Dubuque, Iowa, man approached a woman jogging Sunday and asked for her phone number, then grabbed her when she refused until she kicked him and got away, police said. Greg Thomas Langel has been charged with simple assault.

PHOTO: Democratic candidate Abby Finkenauer stands for a portrait in Dubuque, Iowa on June 4, 2018.

Iowa and politics go hand-in-hand, so it's not a surprise that the race between Republican Rep. Rod Blum and Democratic State Rep. Abby Finkenauer for Iowa's 1st Congressional District -- which voted for Barack Obama twice, but Trump in 2016 -- is gaining national attention. Blum, a former software company entrepreneur, is a two-term congressman and a member of the House Freedom Caucus.

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