UI suspends sharing student information for gun permits following investigation

A Des Moines Register investigation into the University of Iowa's disclosure of confidential information to the Johnson County Sheriff's office for gun permit cases has prompted officials to suspend the practice.

Downtown Iowa City space set for complete renovation

The owner of the last remaining vacant building along a two block portion of S. Clinton Street hopes a $650,000 renovation project can help continue the wave of recent downtown redevelopment projects while preserving a piece of Iowa City's past.

Johnson County officials skeptical of mental health regionalization plans

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors expressed speculation about the state of Iowa's plans to regionalize mental health care systems in a meeting Thursday.

Iowa officials eye funding sources beyond gas tax for road repair

A combination of factors, including higher fuel efficiency and rising construction costs, has led to a decline in the condition of Iowa roads and bridges. Without a major change, that is only expected to get worse.

UI medical student's proposal for loans makes headway with legislators

With a struggling economy, many students now find it difficult to pay for college. Freezing tuition has been one of the many discussed items to help alleviate the cost of attending a university.

Lunch With the Chefs honors late Louis Szathmary

Szathmary donated more than 15,000 recipes to the University of Iowa Libraries.

Eastern Iowa man's business creates product to replace shaving cream

One local businessman hopes his product will improve shaving, help the environment, and bring more jobs to Iowa.

The Daily Break

Your daily diversion, with horoscopes, The Ledge, and Sudoku...

Privacy Policy (8/15/07) | Terms of Use (4/28/08) | Content Submission Agreement (8/23/07) | Copyright Compliance Policy (8/25/07) | RSS Terms of Use

Copyright © The Daily Iowan, All Rights Reserved.