Iowa City School Board's controversial diversity policy passes after long discussion

The Iowa City School Board passed the third reading of the controversial diversity policy in a 4-3 vote.

Iowa City School District's revenue-purpose statement passes citywide vote

Roughly 8 percent of Iowa City voters turned out Tuesday for the special election.

Iowa City City Council supports SEATS program

The Iowa City City Council expressed their support for the SEATS program amidst Johnson County cuts.

Jurors now deliberating verdict in Marshall first-degree murder trial

After hearing closing arguments, the jury is deliberating the fate of alleged murderer Justin Marshall.

Democrats in Iowa Senate push for in-state tuition for DREAMers

Eleven Democratic Senators are co-sponsoring a bill that would allow DREAMers to receive in-state tuition in Iowa.

Lt. Colonel Darling talks terrorism threats at UI

Students in ROTC programs were inspired to lead in difficult situations.

FilmScene's Scene 1 85-seat cinema to open in September

Iowa City City Council sets budget hearing date

Entertainment venues pass second test at Iowa City City Council

Man accused of attacking emergency room worker

Miller files lawsuit against S&P alongside other attorneys general

Regents to discuss River Landing Clinic expansion among several topics today

Former patient files lawsuit against UI Healthworks

UISG expecting competitive student elections this year

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