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UI officials confused on how HawkAlert records are kept

UI officials send HawkAlerts using Blackboard Connect, and they are waiting to receive records from the mass-notification system.


GOP candidates push for cuts to environmental protection

Environmental advocates and experts say these cuts would be a mistake for air and water quality.


Mason talks debt, renewable energy, and campus safety

UI President Sally Mason said capital projects are a large contributor to the university's growing debt.


UI officials: Eliminating coal not currently feasible

The Sierra Student Coalition isn't happy with the response, and group officials said they will continue to advocate for renewable energy at the UI.


Widernet to provide data on disabilities

The UI project will send information encouraging the inclusion of people with disabilities to developing nations.


Johnson County Ambulance Service requests more funding

The requested ambulance, laptop, and cardiac monitors would cost more than $230,000.


Bruegger's may reopen after fire investigation


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