Even though the baseball season has been delayed by the pandemic, the Clinton Lumber Kings want to celebrate what would have been their home opener. So on Thursday some of the food available during games will be available for pickup at NelsonCorp Field.

Dylan Batton

The state wants to help create more than 150 jobs in Clinton. Friday the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board approved awards for Nestle Purina PetCare and Timken Drives. 

You won't have to go far to find a Democratic presidential candidate this weekend. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, John Delany, and Tom Steyer all plan to visit eastern Iowa.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

This week, people can give their input on how to rehabilitate a stretch of the Mississippi River. 

The Clinton Regional Development Corporation is well on its way to raising the money it needs for the next five years. Thursday leaders announced donations from the private sector exceed one million dollars, and the public phase of the campaign will begin in December. The overall goal is 2.5 million dollars.


Montana Governor Steve Bullock will campaign in eastern Iowa this weekend.

Clinton Lumber Kings

Some new signs will soon go up at the minor league baseball stadium in Clinton. Last week, the Lumber Kings announced it's now called "NelsonCorp Field," thanks to a new naming rights deal with NelsonCorp Wealth Management.

Bullock 2020

Two days after announcing his campaign for the Democratic nomination for president, Steve Bullock is coming to Iowa. The governor of Montana will visit eight counties, including several in the eastern part of the state, during his three day campaign trip.

National Weather Service

The level of the Mississippi River has fallen slightly during the past few days, but it remains several feet over flood stage from Dubuque to Muscatine.

National Weather Service

After cresting earlier this week, the Mississippi River has started to fall from Dubuque to Muscatine. But it won't fall very much more, and then will hold for several days at least, a couple of feet or more above flood stage.