UI students help catalog history at Red Avocado

Students from the UI College of Law helped the Friends of Historic Preservation photograph, measure, and inventory from the soon-to-be demolished business on Sunday.

Iowa City's Broadway neighborhood center celebrates MLK

Community leaders said the day of service provided a positive way for neighborhood students and community members to learn about service opportunities.

UI Carver College of Medicine joins campaign to increase vet healthcare

The campaign aims to increase resources for research and education about post-traumatic stress disorder.  

UI includes incomplete applications in acceptance rate

The UI received 18,939 first-year student applications for fall 2011, of which 1,775 were incomplete.

City officials hope new lobbyists will help attack property tax issues

City officials said the $30,000 cost for the lobbyists as a good investment.

IC School District to hire new food director, improve food service

Following a recent audit, local parents expressed concern over eating time and food quality.

Local political parties gear up for March and November elections

Both parties are reevaluating their individual platforms and organizing voter registration events.

New Public Health building opens for classes today

Officials hope to achieve a high "green" rating within a year.

Local woman charged with writing faulty checks

IC man charged with possession of firearm, marijuana

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