Iowa regents create task force to review state funding for universities

A new Board of Regents task force will analyze state allocations for each regent university.

FEMA denies UI's appeal for utility tunnels

UI students hold campus vigil for earthquake victims in China

On April 20, a magnitude of 7.0 earthquake hit the Ya'An, China, leading to nearly 200 deaths and thousands injured.

RVAP's 'Clothesline Project' shares assault victims' stories at UI

Multi-colored shirts fluttered in the wind on the Pentacrest Thursday, reading out phrases such as "You stole my spirit," "I was four years old," and "Not my fault".

Kinnick Stadium to receive new video screen, sound system

The state Board of Regents passed an $8 million budget for Kinnick Stadium sound system and video screen updates.

Iowa City officials praise surveillance after Boston Marathon bombing

The Iowa City City Council passed a red-light cameras ordinance in February 2012.

Johnson County officials: current jail technology "on its last leg"

Much of the current technology dates back to when the Johnson County Jail was built in 1981, officials said.

Iowa City police welcome new officer

Local police join national push to "take back" prescription drugs

Coralville and Iowa City police officials will be collecting old and unused prescription drugs on Saturday.

Coralville Iowa River Landing sees continued investment

The former Industrial Park has witnessed more than $313 million of mixed-use developments since opening in 2006.

Mason: UI attains 100 percent compliance in sexual harassment

Trial continued for man connected to trailer park shooting

Marshall faces sentencing for Iowa City landlord murder today

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