Cost of arts campus flood recovery jumps by millions

UI officials now say replacing the flood damaged arts campus will cost $387 million, $55 million more than the original estimate.

Regent wants review of university tenure system

The state Board of Regents approved new procedures for University of Iowa tenured faculty evaluations during its monthly meeting Thursday in Ames. But one regent asked for a to see a review of the tenure system at all three state schools.

The Summit to get new owner

The pending owner of the downtown bar said he is waiting for a liquor license approval before moving forward.

Johns Hopkins dean is second provost hopeful

Yash Gupta also served as dean at the University of Washington and the University of Southern California. He is scheduled to have a public presentation on campus today.

Children come face-to-face with firefighters

About 130 children had the opportunity to meet firefighters, police officers, and deputies and learn about safety.

Phillips gets 7 years after pointing gun to landlord's head

Gregory Phillips, 57, was sentenced Thursday to seven years in prison — two years for assault with intent to inflict serious injury and five for going armed with intent.

UI outlines housing expansion

The new dorm will feature 450 beds divided into two parts. The first, a pod style of living will house 24 students in double rooms that will surround a common living and study space.

Men and women gather to 'Take back the night'

About 100 people gathered to march, listen to personal stories, and denounce violence.

UIHC: Raised rates won't cover increased spending

The state Board of Regents voted unanimously Thursday to approve a six percent rate increase at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. But officials said the hospital's expenses are increasing more than their rates.

Royal wedding draws local interest

An estimated 2 billion people will watch the wedding this morning from around the world.

Spotlight Iowa City: Local women collects sewing machines from all eras

More than 50 machines are housed in Rosenwinkel's Iowa City living room today, and the collection expands to nearly all other rooms of the house, except the bathrooms.

Man charged with sexual abuse of minor

Two charged after fight at McDonald's

County officials pass plan to sell land

Farmers' Market is back

City to conduct phone survey

City's flood efforts progress

City councilors to discuss downtown plan

Some concerned by Court Street safety

Police: UI employee stole carpet

Regents approve room and board increase

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