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."

Debate over Johnson County SEATS funding heats up

Supervisors Janelle Rettig and Rod Sullivan criticized city officials for a lack of communication regarding cuts to SEATS funding.

UI moves forward with research on organ printing

The University of Iowa has the world's only multi-arm bio-printer.

UI Hygienic Lab looks to future expansion

$2.2 million expansion in the works will include 150-seat auditorium, wet labs, and upgraded video-conferencing equipment.

Iowa farmers wary of how sequester will affect them

As sequestration hits, the farming community remains uncertain of how it will be affected.

UI student groups rally support for Hawkeye Caucus Day, tuition freeze

Members of the Hawkeye Caucus are resolute to keep tuition steady at current rates for at least two more years.

Local Republicans and Democrats reflect on women's rights

March 3 marks the 100th anniversary of the 1913 women's suffrage parade.

Iowa City officials address bill regarding sex offenders in nursing homes

The introduction last month of a bill that would combat sexual abuse in nursing homes has sparked conversation of creating elderly care facilities specifically for sex offenders.

Iowa high-school students gather for STEM symposium

The Junior Science and Humanities Symposium is a program that supports the STEM initiative.

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