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Most Big Ten presidents not getting bonuses

At other Big Ten universities, institutional heads are not offering, or accepting, performance-based bonuses.


Iowa City’s first tweet-up

Local residents signed off the Web to meet up in person.


HIV/AIDS act expires today

The Ryan White Act will no longer be available to Iowans with HIV/AIDS unless Congress reenacts the legislation.


City Council delays curfew ordinance

The Iowa City City Council plans to reconsider the curfew ordinance after the community searches for alternatives.


Aphids invade Iowa City

Cold weather is the best remedy for the millions of aphids swarming in Iowa City.


iPhone application delves into authors’ lives

Bookworms will soon be able to learn more about UI Writers’ Workshop authors on their iPhones.


City Council election: Jeff Shipley

UI Student Government liaison Jeff Shipley runs for the Iowa City City Council.


Spotlight Iowa City: Sword play for him is serious business

Nestled in the confines of his basement workshop, surrounded by swords and enough tools to make Bob Vila jealous, Ron Herman twiddles away on a broken épée — a dueling sword for fencing — for an Iowa fencing club team member.


Man charged with 3rd OWI

A Hiawatha man was charged with drunk driving for the third time after he allegedly struck another car in Iowa City and caused significant damage, according to Iowa City police.


Woman charged in crack bust

An Iowa City woman was arrested after allegedly selling crack cocaine to a person working with police during a narcotics investigation Monday, according to Iowa City police.


Flu vaccine delayed

Because of a shipment delay, the UI’s seasonal-influenza program will be conducted in phases, said UI spokesman Tom Moore.


Satterfield seeks delay

The attorney for a former Hawkeye football player accused of raping a female athlete in a Hillcrest dorm room filed paperwork Tuesday asking the judge to further delay the pretrial conference and trial.


Council backs passenger train

The Iowa City City Council unanimously voted in favor of a resolution supporting a passenger rail service between Iowa City and Chicago at its meeting Tuesday night.


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