Hayek wants search help with city-manager search

The mayor would like to look into hiring an outside search firm.

Fundraising that tastes great

Luncheon fundraisers raise more than $5,000 for Haitian earthquake relief.

IC train plans derailed

Plans for passenger rail service between Iowa City and Chicago hit a road block on Thursday, when White House officials announced the proposed line would not receive federal funding.

At UIHC, surgery goes robotic

A patient who underwent surgery with the robot says it was the ‘best experience.’

Vets may finally get money

Veterans awaiting financial aid for the past several months may finally receive the benefits they were promised.

Delving into the philosophy of ‘Arrested Development’

A UI graduate student is co-editing the latest in the philosophy and pop culture genre.

Spotlight Iowa City: An open, humanitarian heart

Meghan Hammen is compassion personified.

Official: UI has no eminent-domain plans

If authorized by the state Board of Regents, the UI will move ahead with plans to rebuild Hancher near its current location (but on higher ground) and relocate the School of Music to a downtown site.

6 percent tuition hike possible

UI students could see a 6 percent tuition increase next year if the state Board of Regents approves the proposal Feb. 4.

Man pleads not guilty in shooting death

An Iowa City man pleaded not guilty on Thursday to involuntary manslaughter, according to court officials.

Committee, consultants ponder school-boundary changes

The Iowa City School District boundary-change committee critiqued possible redistricting solutions Thursday in preparation for two public forums next week.

Judge denies delay in Spence case

A federal judge denied an attorney’s request for a delay in the trial of a Minneapolis man charged in connection with the 2004 break-in at the UI Spence Labs.

‘Suspicious’ briefcase sparks call to bomb squad

The Johnson County Bomb Squad was dispatched to Westlawn on Thursday evening after a suspicious briefcase was found in the hallway, said UI police Lt. Joe Lang.

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