INDICE DE GALERIAS
DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — The skies over Dubuque will be buzzing with dozens of World War II era trainer planes this week.
The Telegraph Herald reports (http://bit.ly/14ybPSn ) that 60 of the AT-6 Texans will operate from the Dubuque Regional Airport from Thursday to Sunday.
The North American Trainer Association is training in the planes at Dubuque for the seventh year.
The event is private, but people can see the planes at an observation area near the airport's entryway.
The planes were used to train hundreds of thousands of pilots during World War II. The plane was known for its versatility and easy handling.
Information from: Telegraph Herald, http://www.thonline.com
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
According to media reports in New Mexico, two local men have died in the crash of a small plane near Los Alamos.
A public hearing is being scheduled to discuss how to pay for tearing down a historic courthouse.
Dean Genth was told by Mayor Eric Bookmeyer that the city council does not approve of the direction that Genth has been taking with the Human Rights Commission.
As the Affordable Care Act continues to build on it's latest updates, in Mitchell and Chickasaw County, services for the mentally ill is in the process of making improvements around the state.
Police are asking for the public's help in the search for a driver who struck someone early Sunday morning.
From spending nearly three decades as a political prisoner to bringing an end to apartheid, Nelson Mandela has gone through what many could never imagine.
Eight percent of the U.S. population has diabetes and many of them are facing type 2 diabetes, or high blood sugar.
Iowa Rep. Bruce Braley is working to make jobs more accessible for unemployed veterans statewide.