Gingrich in Iowa City calls for cuts to environmental and labor programs

The presidential hopeful called the National Labor Relations Board a “rogue operation,” during his visit Monday.

Dvorsky accuses Branstad of “petty politics” over Miles’ resignation

Gov. Terry Branstad requested Miles and Regent Jack Evans step down. The Board will elect a new president today.

Gingrich won’t commit to controversial Family Leader pledge

Former gubernatorial hopeful and vow promoter Bob Vander Plaats said Gingrich’s past can be forgiven.

UIHC completes first artificial heart implant

The UI Hospitals and Clinics is one of the few hospitals in the country to use a device that allows patients to go home while awaiting a transplant.

Johnson County seniors discuss agency redistributing

Legislation will cut the number of state aging agencies — which provide information and resources to the elderly — from 16 to six by next July.

Appropriation to target rural teens

For the first time, the UI Belin-Blank Center received appropriations for the 2011-12 school year to allow high schools across Iowa get funding for Advanced Placement courses.

Woman dedicates life to saving animals

The Barkley Foundation focuses on fundraising and caring for special animal needs cases.

Police use Taser to subdue suspect

Deputies: Coralville woman drove intoxicated with child

IC man drives into house under influence of marijuana

UI assists Braille school damaged in storm

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