UI community celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The celebration of Martin Luther King Day is extended into a celebration to give more students the ability to partake.

Lack of snow doesn't affect Iowa City employees

Snowplow drivers said they do not rely on the extra money in the winter to balance their budgets.

UI struggles with sexual-assault controversy despite grants and programs

The UI received a $300,000 grant last year to improve its response to sexual misconduct on campus, but former Iowa running back Marcus Coker was the subject of assault allegations as recently as October.

FEMA awards UI $6.5 million for IMU flood recovery

Additional funding will support the reconstruction of the IMU lower level and outdoor flood-mitigation plans.

13 UI students experience Cuba following lifted restrictions

Thirteen UI students went on a two-week study-abroad writing program, the first since the U.S. eased restrictions.

Children read aboard the Hawkeye Express

Reading the rails was the final event in a month-long winter children's literary festival.

Local man reaches out to hungry in the community

A coordinator with Table to Table, Wellendorf joined the organization when he came to Iowa City 10 years ago.

Woman allegedly falsely reports an abduction to police

Woman charged with child endangerment during visit to UIHC

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