Gray fired from Coastal Carolina for “unsatisfactory working results”

Records obtained from Coastal Carolina University indicate Peter Gray was fired after less than a year of employment at the university.

Report: International students bring more than $306 million to Iowa economy

For the 2011-2012 academic year, the University of Iowa contributed to roughly one-third of the state’s income from international students.

Local students write to legislative officials for food stamp support

More than 8,000 Johnson County residents are part of the SNAP program.

Officials: Prescription drug abuse on the rise in Iowa

There were 62 deaths in 2011 died in 2011 from drug related overdoses involving controlled prescription pain relievers, which an official says is a growing concern

Friendly blood drive competition fizzles following Iowa football losses

The Corn Bowl Blood Drive is the first one between the University of Iowa and the University of Nebraska.

UI student starts brightly colored taxi company

Lorelei Coffin, a UI student, helped start a growing taxi company while balancing school.

Baha’i Campus Organization pushes for UI support

The UI Baha’i Campus Organization hopes to raise awareness for the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education, including acceptance of student credits at the UI.

Man accused of resisting officers while intoxicated

Man accused of threatening ex-girlfriend

Man accused of selling marijuana to keep business open pleads guilty

Appeals court dismisses former general counsel’s case

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