Simulator tests local bus drivers

A study will look into the effects of sleep-aids taken by drivers who work odd shifts.

Summit liquor license on line

Bar employees say they will fight the expected license-renewal denial.

Applications for law school rise

The economy and more aggressive recruiting efforts push application numbers up at the UI’s law school.

Mason on cuts, student services

The Daily Iowan sat down with UI President Sally Mason to discuss how the budget reduction plan is progressing and what it means for staff and students.

Candidate knows crises

Fires, hostage situation prepared Paul Allvin for a career in communication.

Women innovators honored

Dinner recognizes women leaders in male-dominated fields.

School Board eyes homeschool rules

Homeschooled students in Iowa City may need to attend a district high school for at least two years to receive a diploma under a newly proposed policy change.

Spotlight Iowa City: Down to the river

Nancy Purington, a local accomplished artist, found her inspiration in the river.

Defecation brings charges

An Iowa City man faces two charges after he allegedly defecated on the floor of a local pharmacy last week.

Recount doesn’t change U-Heights vote

A supervised recount of the Nov. 3 University Heights city election found no changes in voting results, officials announced Monday.

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