Iowa City residents, officials welcome Supreme Court decision anniversary, look to do more

The Iowa Supreme Court ruled on the Varnum v. Brien decision in 2009.

UISG presidential hopefuls spar over student safety, bike libraries

The UISG vice presidential candidate debate will be held on April 8.

Johnson County justice-center plans draw community scrutiny

Officials and area residents discuss plans for a new county justice center before May 7 vote.

New UI summer tuition scholarship may benefit local businesses

A new summer tuition scholarship could lead to more students staying in the city for the summer and contributing to the local economy.

Handicap equipment business provides resale options for patients

The UIHC and Iowa Compass offer a service for people who are buying and selling equipment for disabled people.

Local school district officials push to eliminate wheat, protein restrictions

The Iowa City Community School District has a waiver to the federal restrictions on protein and grains.

Research shows benefit to double majoring

School officials and researchers agree there can be a benefit for student who choose a second major.

Woman accused of buying multiple items with a stolen credit card

New funding leads to the reinstatement of the ECO Iowa City programming

Local fire injures one, remains under investigation

Man gets 30 years for armed robbery in Iowa City

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