Iowans who witnessed 9/11 attacks reflect

All said they remember the fear and confusion in New York City that day. 

Ten years into War on Terror, student-vets discuss effects of war

There are approximately 500 student veterans at the UI, 35 of whom are on active duty — up from 360 last spring. 

Daily Iowan journalists reflect on covering 9/11

Since 9/11, experts say the media have focused more on foreign policy and less on domestic issues. 

Since 9/11, interest in Islam increases locally

Several Muslims in the Iowa City community said they do not feel they are discriminated against.

Two veterans share poetry about war

Human Rights Commission submits immigration proposals

The commission’s proposals hope to improve the lives of immigrants, both legal and illegal in Iowa City. 

Johnson County to fund ambulance facility

With a new facility on the West Side, supervisors say the department will respond to calls more efficiently. 

Iowa Hospice holds ISU vs. UI food drive

Officials hope to collect more than 20,000 nonperishable food items statewide. 

City councilor has passion for cycling

Ross Wilburn, former mayor of Iowa City, teaches a spin class at Core Fitness twice a week.

UI will host reception for Butler 

County supervisors approve wind-energy facility 

Two Iowa City residents rescued from fire

Case against deceased UI prof extended

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