Finalists for open VP position visit campus this week

A University of Arizona official is the first visiting candidate looking to fill the position of vice president for Strategic Communication.

Locals react to House passing health-care bill

UI professors say the health-care reform bill passed this weekend by the House is “historic” — though it’s still far from a victory for the Obama administration.

Longtime medical shop to close

Financial constraints are forcing the 86-year-old UI Medical Laboratories Building to close.

ACT tests the waters at 50

Half of a century ago, two UI faculty left their lasting mark on the world: a series of lead-filled ovals with no stray markings.

School Board outlines boundary plans

School Board members specified areas of focus within their four main boundary change concerns.

Students prepare to teach immigrants their rights

A special training session educated students interested in helping immigrants learn their constitutional and human rights.

Wal-Mart reduces size of new store

After additional building onto the current Iowa City store at 1001 Highway 1 W., the Wal-Mart Supercenter will cover 150,000 square feet of land — around 40,000 feet fewer than the company originally planned.

Spotlight Iowa City: A passion for getting better

Andre Perry is a modest guy.

Man charged with 3rd OWI

Iowa City police charged a man with drunk driving after he allegedly backed into a parked car.

Man charged with stealing cigarettes

Johnson County sheriff’s deputies arrested an Iowa City man after he allegedly stole 350 packs of cigarettes from a Casey’s General Store.

Man charged with stealing debit cards

UI police arrested a Coralville man, charging him will stealing debit cards from a car and then using the cards to buy food.

Man charged with theft

Iowa City police arrested a man after he allegedly stole a vehicle from a driveway.

UI looking for wind funds

The Iowa Power Fund Board will consider a UI proposal Tuesday for $15 million in state funding to support a $78 million bid for the world’s first test site for large-scale wind turbines.

Culver announces buyouts

Gov. Chet Culver announced Nov. 6 that $150 million in federal funds will be made available for the purchase of 1,352 homes damaged in last year’s floods.

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