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Regents likely to increase faculty salaries 2 to 4 percent

Some faculty said they expect a conservative increase, given the current economy.


Lawmakers call Hamerlinck comments “appalling”

Johnson County’s Statehouse delegation had harsh words for Sen. Shawn Hamerlinck, who criticized lobbying students this week.


City moves to regulate Ped Mall noise, displays

The proposed permit system would control tables and amplified sound on the Ped Mall.


Low ridership puts UI Nite Ride on hold

The late-night transportation service will restart on Aug. 15.


Council lowers fine for 21-ordinance violators

The Iowa City City Council approved a reduction in the fine for first-time violators of the 21-ordinance in a 4-3 vote Tuesday night.


Funding cut could increase Eastern Iowa flood risk

Officials warn budget cuts could have adverse effects on Iowa’s flood prevention equipment.


UI student shows affinity for abstract art

The 19-year-old employs a cosmological theme for many paintings.


Grassley says N.Y. Dem Weiner should resign


Dvorsky calls out Branstad on budget bill


More than $1 million granted to Iowa for Transportation


Johnson County Supervisor districting dropped


$1 million Butler Bridge plans approved


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