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Audit: UIHC missing $11 million

An internal audit identified $11 million in missing patient charges in areas of University of Iowa Health Care, officials told the state Board of Regents on Wednesday.


UIHC to raise rates by 6 percent

One key issue with the current fixed-reimbursement system comes with outliers — those payer groups which fall beyond the normal scale.


UI backs off dorm conversion

Regent Robert Downer said the conversion, which was to be discussed at today’s regents meeting, is no longer on the agenda.


Sororities to change recruiting

The sororities will move away from their current weeklong event to a setup that spans the first two weekends of the fall semester, said UI junior Taylor Fuerst, the vice president of recruitment for the UI Panhellenic Council.


Some Republicans discover lure of green

At a campaign event in Coralville on Wednesday, Terry Branstad, a former Iowa governor vying for the office again, touted his environmental record.


Summit may nix Comedy Night

Some bar owners say they might need to tweak entertainment options under the 21-ordinance.


UI works on ‘smart’ printing

University officials said they aren’t completely sold on Eco Fonts, a style that is perforated with holes in the letters to save on ink.


Spotlight Iowa City: Finding the fortunate life in books

Owner of The Book Shop Will Ingles mixes work with pleasure through reading.


Photos: Mock crash

A staged event at City High shows the dangers of drinking and driving.


Regulating high-test alcohol put on hold

Discussions related to the possible registration of Everclear alcohol will be put on hold, said Lynn Walding, the administrator for the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division.


Tabor appointed to Appeals Court

Gov. Chet Culver on Wednesday named Mary Tabor, a former editor of The Daily Iowan, to the Iowa Court of Appeals.


Material-witness case dismissed

The case of the material witness held in connection with the Oct. 8, 2009, shooting death of John Versypt has been dismissed, according to court records.


Police investigate reported hit-and-run

Iowa City police are looking for a driver they say hit a bicyclist and left the scene.


Brokaw to address liberal-arts commencement

Television new anchor Tom Brokaw is scheduled to give the keynote address at the University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony May 15.


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