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After 103 years, Oakdale Hall to come down

Oakdale Hall once served as the largest tuberculosis sanatorium in Iowa, where patients and employees came together in seclusion to face one of the world's deadliest diseases of the time. After over a century of existence, the building's history will come to an end next month when it is demolished.


Officials say UIHC escapee was a flight risk

Several sheriff's offices said they wouldn't leave inmates unattended at a hospital, and those who have dealt with Anthony Koehlhoeffer agreed.


Audit of accused professor finds no wrongdoing

Gary Hunninghake, who was arrested last spring, was not misusing departmental funds, an audit found.


Student interest in sign language grows

The University of Iowa added a minor in American Sign Language this semester after seeing a steady increase in popularity among students.


Former Hawkeye football player to see trial, three years later

Cedric Everson, a former Iowa football player accused of sexually assaulting a UI student in Hillcrest, will go to trial in January nearly three years after the alleged incident.


Local groups brings families holiday cheer

This holiday season marks the 22nd year for Project Holiday — a collaboration among four Johnson County agencies to ensure local families receive some holiday cheer.


Spotlight: New grad looks to political path

UI graduating senior Cassie Creasy has been involved in politics throughout college.


NRA wants looser gun laws

Proponents of gun-rights want more freedoms for gun-owners, but local law enforcement officials have concerns.


Alfredo Parrish to represent DJK


Supervisors to send letter over JECC concerns


College of Nursing receives $2.2 million gift


Downtown shuttle to take break


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