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Johnson County sees increase in number of beef cattle despite Iowa's low numbers

Nine heifer development clinics are being held to restock Iowa's beef supply.


Iowa policymakers: Eliminating tuition hikes challenging

Iowa policymakers agree with President Obama that making higher education affordable is important, but leaders have stopped short of promising to halt tuition increases.


Iowa City City Council not fazed by state bill to ban red-light cameras

The City Council will vote on the red-light cameras ordinance for the third and final time on Feb. 21.


Grant funds shuttle from Mason City to UIHC

A $55,000 grant will go toward the creation of a shuttle program between Mason City and the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City. The service is scheduled to begin on Feb. 1.


Some protest voter ID bill

A bill in the Iowa Legislature would mandate stricter voter-identification rules, but some Iowa lawmakers and interest groups have questioned whether it's necessary.


UI to use online system for dropping classes

With a new online system scheduled to be implemented later this year or early next year, UI officials are looking to make the class drop procedure easier.


Small flood damages six Hancher and UI School of Music pianos


Fight reported at Occupy site


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