City Council agrees to consider reducing 21-only fine

Councilors Regenia Bailey, Connie Champion, Ross Wilburn, and Mike Wright expressed some interest in lowering the fines and fees.

UI to adjust response to sex assault after federal rules released

The move comes after the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights sent the 19-page “Dear Colleague” letter to institutions of primary and secondary learning as part of a new administration initiative to address sexual violence on campuses.

UI College of Pharmacy celebrates 125 years

Founded in 1885 as the Department of Pharmacy, the pharmacy school is the nation’s fourth-oldest program in a public university.

Proposal may require law schools to increase transparency

Law schools would have to report whether students landed full-time, law-related, or jobs unrelated to law under the American Bar Association’s proposal.

Protesters rally for workers, civil rights

The rally in Iowa City on Monday was part of the national We Are One campaign.

Spotlight: Reading with relish the inner organs

Jason Burke’s book club focuses on the works of James Joyce.

Downtown businesses evacuated after reports of fire

Police: Man rolled client’s Jaguar while intoxicated

Man charged with taking prescription drugs as nurse

Dvorsky opposes 2-year budget

Education Association opposed to zero percent growth rate

Coralville man charged with burglary, theft, and identity theft

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