Iowa legislators reflect on women's contributions to politics, set goals

Iowa has never elected a female governor or sent a women to Washington D.C., but legislators remain optimistic that current progress could change that fact.

Iowa’s debt increase not concerning to officials

While Iowa’s debt has increased by 4 percent, some officials say the state does a good job of managing and paying debt down.

Finalists for Iowa City building site present proposals

Five developers presented their vision for the College Street-Gilbert Street site, with most targeted to residents.

Local union donates toys to Salvation Army

Despite Johnson County not having a Toys for Tots drive, a union still donates toys.

Iowa Hillel aims to spread Israel conflict awareness

Iowa Hillel offered individuals the opportunity to write letters to U.S. senators and congressmen thanking them for supporting Israeli efforts Monday.

Trial for alleged Pentacrest rapist begins today

Iowa schools had highest graduation rates in 2010-11

Iowa City Police Department welcomes new officer

Man charged with willful injury

Iowa resident sues state Board of Regents


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