We’ll have more on the proposed local option sales tax, including how Cedar Rapids would spend the money and what oversight the funds would be subject to.

We’ll also have a look at the digital television transition. Three stations in the region will be switching to all digital broadcasts on Tuesday, even though the deadline for the switch has been pushed back to June.

We’ll have a story about the 21 juveniles sentenced to life in prison in Iowa. Under a new proposal, they would be eligible for parole after serving 15 years of their sentence.

We’ll also have a look at how the proposed local option sales tax would affect families with different income ranges.

We’ll have a story about the effort the U.S. Post Office puts in to deliver Valentine’s Day mail, especially for the University of Iowa.
We’ll also have the latest on the stimulus package, which is expected to pass the U.S. Senate tonight.

We’ll have a story about the declining revenues school districts are seeing from SILO taxes.
We’ll also have more about the layoffs at Yellowbook in Cedar Rapids.
We’ll cover a meeting tonight where homeowners affected by the flood ask for more buyouts from the city.
And we’ll have a short story about some things you should avoid doing this Valentine’s Day.

We’ll have a look at how the new federal courthouse in Cedar Rapids will get art to adorn the walls.
We’ll also have a look at some planned temporary flood control methods.
And we’ll have a look at the agreement reached for a stimulus bill in Washington.

We’ll have a couple of stories about the stimulus and bailout bills working their way through Congress now and how they could affect Iowa.
We’ll also have a story about private colleges in Iowa, many of which are keeping tuition increases small to attract students.
And we’ll have a look at how many companies are still charging fuel surcharges, even though the price for gas and diesel is down sharply.

We’ll have a story about how some businesses in Cedar Rapids are booming after the June floods, including self-storage businesses.

We’ll have a look at how the downturn in the economy is affecting people in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. They’ll tell their stories in their own words and explain what they will and won’t give up.

We’ll also have a story about what’s next for the rebuilding effort in Iowa and some of the planned projects.

The Linn County Supervisors agreed to revert back to their part-time status, effectively reducing their salaries from more than $87,000 each to $70,000 each, after public outcry. You can read columnist Todd Dorman’s take here.
We’ll also have more news on the downtown steam system and the city’s plans.
And we’ll have a look at a program in Iowa City designed to help improve student behavior and increase school safety.

We’ll have a story about the transition from analog to digital television. Congress approved a delay, but stations here are going forward with the switch.
We’ll also have a look at local law enforcement agencies who use Twitter, the popular micro-blogging service, to reach the public.