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Johnson County officials reach agreement on Justice Center bond

The decision on the $46 million bond could go to voters as early as November.


Water quality advocates say policymakers are not diverting enough funds to Iowa's waters

Experts say Iowa's water quality funding dropped by $5 million in the last decade.


UI courses adapt to expanding job market

Programs at the UI are changing to incorporate technology that will assist students seeking jobs.


Common Cause president discusses campaign finance reform on UI campus

Bob Edgar said current political races put more emphasis on campaign funding.


UI officials split on whether U.S. visa standards contribute to increased international higher education enrollment

President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order in January to ease U.S. visa standards to promote more tourism and travel in the country.


Proponents of nuclear bill say amendment would prevent dramatic rate increases

One senator said that a new amendment will be added to the bill to ensure consumer protection.


Whittney Seckar-Anderson poised to be new Hawkeye Golden Girl

Seckar-Anderson began competing as a twirler when she was six-years-old.


Trial for Broadway Neighborhood Center director Freeman pushed back


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