E-mails detail UI officials’ support of 21-ordinance

Mayor Matt Hayek made three specific requests of support from UI President Sally Mason, e-mails show.

City set to deal with house parties

Neighbors will have to step up complaints to help combat a potential increase in the number of house parties if the 21-ordinance is passed, Iowa City city councilors said Monday.

Health-care reform could help nursing crisis

The provisions may not be enough to replenish nursing instructors nearing retirement at the UI Hospitals and Clinics, officials said.

School Board to discuss membership with Iowa Association of School Boards, amid controversy

The Iowa City School Board is set to discuss this spring its membership in the Iowa Association of School Boards, which is under investigation for claims of mismanaged funds, later this spring.

No longer invisible

A 25-year-old man speaks of growing up in Northern Uganda where children are kidnapped every day and forced to fight as soldiers for the Lord’s Resistance Army.

International graduate student numbers rising

The UI has seen an increase of around 10 percent. Nationwide, applications are up 7 percent, according to a study released today.

Passover diet blues

I sat quietly, staring across a wooden table in Burge Market Place. On the other side, a friend quickly consumed a greasy cheeseburger and a piece of freshly baked bread.

Students aid counselors with college information

Students will give counselors feedback over lunch regarding the transition between high school and college.

Spotlight Iowa City: Alum gets more than a taste of the world

Andy Stoll returns to Iowa City after a trip around the world with a greater cultural understanding.

3 charged with third-offense OWIs

Local police arrested three men for allegedly driving drunk over the weekend.

Trial reset in slaying

The trial has been reset for a 17-year-old charged in the slaying of John Versypt, the landlord of an Iowa City apartment complex, for Sept. 20, according to court documents. According the documents, the parties decided to move the trial during a telephone conference on April 1.

Sex-abuse trial reset

The trial for Andre White, who is charged with second-degree sexual abuse, has been reset, according to court documents.

City urges people to respond to census

As of Monday, Iowa City had a 65 percent mail participation rate for the current census, 5 points above the national average, according to reports from the Census Bureau.

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