Mason: UI officials won't give up on new art museum funding

Despite being previously denied FEMA funding, University of Iowa officials stress the art museum's importance.

UISG elections sees first multi-party year in three years

Members of the I Party and the # (Hashtag) Party say their main efforts during the campaigning, which begins Monday, will be contacting voters directly.

Local alcohol safety advocates discuss strategic plans for fall

One UI official said August through October are considered peak months for high-risk alcohol activity in Iowa City.

IC guest lecturer advocates Iowa's part in stopping nuclear crisis

Dr. James Zogby's speech Wednesday in the Old Capitol Senate Chamber urged Iowans to demand a peaceful solution to the Iranian nuclear conflict.

Parties in the Von Maur deal continued their arguments Wednesday

A ruling to be issued Monday will allow or stop the transfer of the department store from Sycamore Mall to Coralville.

UI professor dissects lifespan of a fact

University of Iowa Nonfiction Writing professor John D'Agata teamed up with a fact checker to write his newest book The Lifespan of a Fact.

Regents approve sales of $25M in bonds

UIHC officials present updates to Regents

Regents approve Field House modifications

Regents approve demolition of 109 S. Riverside

Regents approve increasing parking ramp violation fees

A Muscatine woman was charged with assault and interference with official acts

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