Iowa minorities struggle with organ transplant matches

More than 640 Iowans every day wait for an organ transplant that could save their life. But minorities in the state wait longer than most.

Critics address flaws in Iowa's HIV criminalization law

Donald Bogardus is an accused felon, facing up to 25 years in prison and a lifetime as a sex offender, because he was afraid of losing a friend and kept a secret from him. Bogardus is HIV positive and gay.

UI public safety official adresses Hawk Alert concerns to staff council

A top campus safety official defended the university's HawkAlert system on Wednesday following complaints about the system's timeliness and usefulness this semester.

UI College Republicans mull new state GOP head

University of Iowa College Republicans cannot influence the election of the new Iowa GOP chair, but members say replacing Matt Strawn with someone who's just as involved with young voters is extremely important.

Local woman represents "royalty" of children's theater

Princess Maggie. At least that's how the kids at the Osage Summer Theater Program refer to Maggie Blake.

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