Mason interrupted by protesters

University of Iowa students and alumni protested Sunday at the 31st-annual Presidential Lecture to address the recent rise in reports of sexual assaults.

Iowa legislators discuss universal preschool

The Iowa Senate is hoping to pass Study Bill 3155 to ensure universal access to preschool for 4-year-olds.

Iowa City reaches milestone in wastewater plan

Iowa City has taken a large step in its continuing development of the Riverfront Crossings District by shutting down the North Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Bills die in Des Moines as procedural deadline passes

Bills regarding marijuana and tougher penalties for drunk driving died after the Legislature's first deadline, while firework legalization and increasing the minimum wage remain possibilities.

Faux taxis pose problem for Iowa City

Unlicensed taxi drivers may be responsible for theft and assault in Iowa City's nightlife, according to officials.

Human rights center rebounds

A move to the University of Iowa College of Law solved issues with the Center for Human Rights.

Man allegedly drives under the influence

Man allegedly uses counterfeit money

Man suing state and UIHC for alleged medical malpractice

Man allegedly steals truck from parents


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