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Locals respond to Haiti

Galvanized by the recent 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti, a UI student now plans to travel to the impoverished nation to help with recovery.


Locals to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.

The UI is recognizing the civil-rights hero’s day by encouraging students, faculty, staff and community members to spend their day improving the community.


Iowa City remains Obama country

The glitz may have faded elsewhere, but President Obama is still popular here.


Spotlight Iowa City: Really back to school

Lemme Elementary Principal John Bacon balances a life of recess duty, discipline, and school lunch.


UI names communication VP

Tysen Kendig said he wants to ‘bolster the university’s brand.’


Hancher plan awaits regents

The state Board of Regents must approve the UI’s plan to split the locations of Hancher and the School of Music.


Hayek sets out his agenda

As Iowa City’s new mayor, Matt Hayek said he wants to prioritize combating local crime and balancing the city’s budget, along with recruiting a new city manager and pushing for economic development.


UI an educational deal

The UI was ranked 73 out of 500 public colleges or universities with the best educational value by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.


Not in every pot yet

The Iowa City City Council decided to move the urban-chicken initiative off its agenda at its first council meeting of the year.


Council turns down liquor-license request

The Iowa City City Council denied a request for a new liquor license from the former owner of a troubled Iowa City bar.


City appeals liquor-license renewals

The City of Iowa City requested an appeal to the Iowa Alcoholic Beverage Division on the state’s decision to renew two downtown bars’ liquor licenses.


Man charged in death

Iowa City police have charged a 26-year-old man with involuntary manslaughter for the December death of a 20-year-old Iowa City woman.


Woman sues ex-UIHC physician

A Crawford County woman has sued a former UI Hospitals and Clinics doctor, alleging that he sexually assaulted her in his office.


Judge denies UI motion in Jones’ suit

A judge has denied the UI’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former vice president for Student Services.


School Board to search for new superintendent

Iowa City School Board members are searching for a new superintendent after Lane Plugge’s December announcement that he will leave the district.


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