City officials re-examine bus route following downtown bus stop fights

One transportation director said possible changes to the bus routes could be in place as soon as fall 2012.

UI officials look for other options following denied FEMA appeal

FEMA officials have denied the UI's second appeal to fund reconstruction of the Museum of Art facility, damaged during the 2008 flood.

Alcohol crime shifts following 21-ordinance

Overall, alcohol-related crimes in Iowa City have decreased by almost 19 percent in these two academic years.

UI and city officials met to discuss plans for reducing alcohol consumption on campus for fall 2012

For the first time in a decade the UI saw a decrease in high-risk drinkers, decreasing by six percent from 2009 to 2011.

Locals applaud President Obama's declaration to support gay marriage

President Barack Obama is the first president to declare his stance on gay rights while in office.

Some still unclear on Freeman-Murdah's legal responsibility in failure to report

Officials from Health and Human Services said they felt the Broadway Neighborhood Center's mandatory reporting policies were thorough.

Local man charged with forgery

Man charged after allegedly possessing almost 70 grams of marijuana

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