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Judge overturns liquor-license denials

Two downtown bars will keep their liquor licenses, despite being denied by the Iowa City City Council for having high underage-drinking rates, a judge ruled Tuesday.


Kehoe gets life

Michelle Kehoe’s husband says “forgiveness is in order” for his wife, who will spend the rest of her life in prison.


Workers deal with furloughs

Some UI employees will be forced to take 40 unpaid hours off in the next six months in an effort to save the university roughly $2.5 million.


Closely knit bears for a cause

A UI student and knitter turns her hobby into charity for children in Africa.


Spotlight Iowa City: Cross-cultural man

Paul Worrell, who will graduate this month, hopes to return to South Africa some day.


UI Surplus keeps items from ending up in landfill

UI Surplus helps the UIHC and other parts of the university reduce their footprints.


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