We’ll have a look at the plans for a new, rebuilt Theatre Cedar Rapids.
We’ll also have stories about President Barack Obama’s proposed budget and more about the local option sales tax and why Cedar Rapids doesn’t already have one.

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We’ll have a story about how the state has not increased the tax on alcohol and the rationale for that.
We’ll also have a story about eager golfers who were out on the links at St. Andrew’s in Cedar Rapids today.
And we’ll have the latest on arrests of executives in New York accused of mishandling pension fund money, including some from the Iowa Public Employee Retirement System.

We’ll have a story about Obama’s speech before a joint session of Congress tonight, along with reaction from Iowa’s Congressional delegation.
We’ll also have a story about the challenges facing the Cedar Rapids Convention and Visitors Bureau, which moves back to downtown this week.

We’ll have a look at a decidedly non-standard job fair set for later this week. Its goal is to get ex-convicts and other people who might not have good employment prospects into the job market.
We’ll also take a look at what some people say could happen if the proposed local option sales tax fails to pass.
And we’ll have more on a controversy involving the Iowa Public Employee Retirement System. The fund is demanding more than $300 million from a California fund.

We’ll have a story looking at whether discretionary spending on children — things like dance classes, among others — are being affected by the economic downturn.

We’ll have a look at how the proposed local option sales tax could affect the smaller towns in Linn County. Those towns get all the sales tax money from any online purchase by Linn County residents, so they could see their revenues fall if the tax passes in Cedar Rapids.

We’ll also have a look at how the towns in Linn County would use the sales tax money.

We’ll have a look at how buyouts of flooded properties are likely to proceed and the controversy that’s causing.