HawkAlert sent more than an hour after a possibly armed suspect reported near campus

Police apprehended the suspect in Muscatine, and a search determined he did not have a weapon.

Experts: candidates' books don't impact voter support

Circulation of candidates' books at the public library is low.

Johnson County: altered farm requirements may attract developers

Johnson County officials say farmland might be replaced by houses because developers can afford the land.

Legislators, UI officials stress student financial planning

At a higher-education summit today, officials said financial-planning initiatives are increasingly important as state appropriations decrease.

Johnson County seniors worried cuts will hurt health care

The Congressional Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction has to reduce $1.2 trillion from the nation's deficit to avoid automatic spending cuts across the board.

UI students create songs with local seniors

The group rehearsed songs based on conversations among UI students and Iowa City senior citizens Monday at the Senior Center.

IC officials: new lobbyist will boost state communication

The projected cost for the Iowa City lobbyist is $30,000.

IC retailer encouraging resale with new store

According to the National Association of Resale Professionals, resale shops saw a 12.7 percent growth in net sales between 2008 and 2009.

Former UIHC social worker's firing confirmed

Search committee works to find research VP

IC man charged after alleged knifing

Cedar Rapids man charged with downtown stabbing

IC couple charged after alleged child endangerment

Drum major and golden girl give final performances

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