County center: more locals seek food, financial help

The Johnson County Crisis Center's Food Bank provided more than 4,000 individuals with food in the month of September.

Raj Patel withdraws as UI student

At-large City Council candidate Raj Patel said he plans to re-enroll at the University of Iowa after his campaign.

Iowa polling rule changes spark heated debate

Earlier this year, Gov. Terry Branstad rescinded an executive order that gave voting rights to felons who had served their time.

'Occupiers' balance work, school for protest

Protesters say they make time in their busy schedules because they think the international protests will effect big changes.

Locals tell IC school board to monitor spending

Several community members voiced their concerns during a public forum about the Iowa City School Board's recent audit Monday evening.

Rough economy sends local job seekers online

Online job searching through Craigslist has proven effective for Iowa City residents, despite online statistics that online job advertisements are decreasing.

UI homecoming adds 'recyclable boat' race

Roughly 14 students representing four UI residence halls competed in the first ever UI Homecoming Week recyclable-boat races Monday.

Attorney in IC murder trial requests change of venue

Alleged Iowa City shoplifter reportedly fights Hy-Vee employee

Drunk driver flees scene, hides from cops

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