First openly gay bishop talks marriage equality in Iowa City

Robinson said inland United States will be the most difficult place to change people's perceptions of gay marriage.

Iowa Supreme Court ruling expands birth-certificate rights for lesbian couples

In another unanimous decision, the Iowa Supreme Court overturned a Department of Public Health policy to not include lesbian parents on birth certificates.

First spring carnival raises funds for Mobile Clinic

The Mobile Clinic is a free clinic that is available in Iowa City and several other locations in Johnson County.

UI College of Education launches new brand following fall controversy

Officials say the launch of the University of Iowa College of Education's new brand honors the past and looks forward to the future.

Cambus will add new late-night service for finals week

The new service will run until 2:15 a.m. to help students' safely travel to their dorms after studying for finals.

UI Foundation to promote research through new campaign

The $1.7 billion campaign hopes to raise money through December 2016.

King not running for U.S. Senate seat

Trial is set for a man charged with forcing a young girl to touch him inappropriately

Pi Kappa Alpha becomes official UI chapter

Jane Jacobs Walk facilitates discussion about downtown development

Branstad appoints City High student to non-voting Board of Education position

Man accused of depositing two fictitious checks

Man accused of strangling woman

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