My baby, not my child: The journey from an unplanned pregnancy to adoption

"One of the first things people say to me after hearing my story is that I'm a strong person. I'm not strong. I've never been a strong person. People who haven't gone through this heartbreak don't understand the helplessness you feel, the loss."

Iowa City first responders don't anticipate drastic effects from sequestration

Automatic spending cuts set into effect on Friday known as the sequester may have larger impacts on the national level, but local responders don't feel it's too drastic.

Iowa legislature considers legalizing raw milk

The Iowa legislature is considering passing a bill to legalize the sale of raw milk on farms in Iowa.

Arrest rates lower among UI sororities and fraternities

After a new policy was implemented in fall 2011, sororities and fraternities have regulated their arrest rates to be lower than UI men and UI women arrest rates.

Iowa City group seeks signatures on red-light camera petition

The group needs 2,500 signatures to submit the petition and currently have almost 1,000.

UI avoids controversy with Confucius Institute contract

Despite the controversies at other universities the UI says the Confucius Institute here will not suffer the same scrutiny.

Iowa City's high school AP test scores trump rising national average

Last year, 179 City High students took 287 AP exams.

Three events held in Pentacrest Museum postponed

Latham not running for Senate

2012 Iowa graduation rates increase

Iowa City looks for unused prom apparel for 'Project Prom'

UISG and ECGPS accepting applications for committee positions

ECGPS approves nearly $470K to nine on-campus organizations

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