Kehoe found guilty on all counts

A jury deliberated less than two hours before finding Michelle Kehoe guilty of killing one son and trying to kill the other.

After fire, Iowa House Hotel may not open for Family Weekend

Hotel staff said they’re working feverishly, hoping to be fully operational before the busy weekend.

Legislators upset over UIHC’s trip to Disney World

Due to low patient satisfaction rates, some UIHC employees will learn from a business powerhouse.

Homicide probe still active

A month after a homicide occurred in an apartment building on the South Side of Iowa City, police have yet to press any charges.

Bracing for old age

By 2030, the number of Iowans over the age of 65 will increase by 55 percent to almost 700,000, according to the UI Center on Aging. In that year, one of every four citizens will be considered elderly, and by 2040, older Iowans will outnumber children and youth.

Expo covers off-campus questions

Twenty-five university and community vendors were in attendance to answer questions answer student questions.

Family Weekend: Mom of the Year took care of daughter after car accident

Floods, accidents, and tragedies, Mother of the Year Karla Stout’s optimistic outlook endures.

Family Weekend: Dad of the Year honored for leading family during tough times

UI dad recognized by his daughters for picking up the pieces after their mom died.

Insanity defense rare, often unsuccessful

Juries tend to be skeptical about pleading insanity, experts agree.

Spotlight Iowa City: Still mining that metal

After roughly four decades, Sievers has amassed what is, arguably, the largest personal collection of primarily heavy-metal music in all of Iowa.

Man charged with 3rd OWI

Police charged a North Liberty man for drunk driving for the third time after he allegedly drove “all over the road.”

Supervisors OK repaving projects

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors approved bids for two large-scale repaving projects at its Thursday meeting.

Man who stabbed himself with knife dies

A 26-year-old man who cut his throat downtown late on Oct. 31 died Wednesday from the injuries, according to the Iowa City police.

2 women to donate quilt

Two local women will donate a quilt they made in honor of their sons who are serving in the military to the UI at the Second UI Veterans Day Reception next week.

Hughes Institute reaffirms 2 UI profs

Two UI researchers, Kevin Campbell and Michael Welsh, have been reaffirmed spots for the next five years as investigators at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Maryland.

Oral to speak on protecting Turkish children

Resmiye Oral, clinical director of the UI Child Protection Program, will speak today about efforts to help protect Turkish children from abuse and neglect.

Diwali approaches

The UI Indian Student Alliance will host Diwali, commonly known as the “Festival of Lights,” on Nov. 14 from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

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