Housing markets on the rise in Iowa City, the state, and nationally

Despite a flurry of construction projects around the Iowa City area, the demand for real estate is still on the rise.

Two Iowa school districts say resource officers could be valuable for Iowa City

The Iowa City City Council voted Tuesday to apply for the grant with a 6-1 vote. Discussion will resume at the May 21 school board meeting alongside a vote to continue the application.

Pizza on Dubuque set to move to Iowa Ave.

Although it has gone through a variety of changes throughout its thirteen years on its namesake street, one downtown restaurant is set to undergo its largest change yet.

Two UI students create feminism advocacy group

Paige Pennigar and Madeline Fitzgerald created a group that circulates buttons to inform the community about what feminism is.

UI Donation Drive shoots to double amount of donations

Last year the drive raised more than 3000 pounds in donations but this year they hope to get around 6000 pounds.

More than 5,000 UI students set to graduate this weekend

Local man, woman accused of stealing several rings

Man charged after allegedly stepping on woman's neck

UI Student Health Service, Health Iowa renamed to UI Student Health & Wellness

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