New legislation to drastically impact Iowa's economy

The recent passing of the Agriculture Act of 2014 will shape policy in an industry that brings upwards of $20 billion into Iowa's economy.

Iowa City moves forward with Gateway Project

Iowa City officials held a public input meeting Tuesday for the Iowa City Gateway Project.

Coffee drinks won't rise in price

Coffee drinks are not expected to rise in price in IC despite a crop shortage.

USIG votes in support of undocumented citizen tuition

The University of Iowa Student Government is looking to the future for undocumented citizens at the UI.

UI entrepreneurs joining Chamber of Commerce

Students and recent graduates join the chamber to network and gain advice.

City officials consider marijuana policing change

Iowa City officials have begun looking into a potential change to marijuana policing policies.

Black History Month comes to a close

University of Iowa officials focus on the first Black students' academic accomplishments as Black History Month comes to an end.

UI partners with digital lab

IMU footbridge closed from March 3 to 17

Local man allegedly sold heroin

Mason to hold listening post

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