The Human Rights Commission celebrated their 50 year anniversary on Thursday

In light of 50 years of service to the Iowa City community, the Human Rights Commission has launched a campaign to prepare for the future.

The Jail Alternatives program is saving Johnson County nearly two million dollars

Based on their report from fiscal year 2013, the Jail Alternatives program in Johnson County has potentially saved the county nearly two million dollars.

Officials optimistic on Iowa's potential

Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds stopped by the UI campus Thursday to see how students are benefiting the state's future in business.

Incumbent hoping for round two in council

Iowa City City Council Incumbent Susan Mims is hoping to be re-elected so she can continue her work in the city and benefit fiscal responsibility.

Tour aimed at conveying need for funding

Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds toured the current College of Pharmacy building in need of improvements.

Candidates touch on downtown improvements

Iowa City Chamber of Commerce hosts a forum for City Council candidates to discuss positions.

Board of Regents considered renewing an in-state tuition freeze amongst other tuition proposals

The state Board of Regents considered proposed tuition freeze and an out-of-state tuition cut for law students.

Area officials consider merging assessors

Student who was in TA's class who emailed nude pictures speaks out

Experts and a student from a TA's math class who sent inappropriate images to students in her class comment on the greater issue of "sexting."

Regents approve relocation of clinic

Regents ok Steam Line repair

Pediatrics Department to be renamed

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