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Looking beyond assault numbers

Experts said an increased number of reported sexual assault does not mean a university campus is unsafe.


Oz, the cheerleader

If you Google 'Iowa Cheerleader,' nearly half the results come up as images of Onazi Agbese, a raucous member of Iowa's spirit squad.


City mulls more one-way conversions

City officials say turning Market and Jefferson Streets into two-way streets would improve traffic flow and attract people to downtown.


Heart attack survivors to future benefits to prevent heart failure

University of Iowa heart and vascular specialists are currently conducting clinical trials to improve heart health after patients experience a heart attack.


Exhibit highlights African-American achievement in health care

Black Health Legends, an exhibit that travels the country, highlights African-American contributions to health care.


Lower taxes for commercial and rental properties could hurt homeowners

Johnson County officials implement methods to delay the increase in taxes homeowners will have to pay as a result of commercial tax-reduction bill 295.


Local woman accused of stealing laptop


UISG holds informational meeting for spring elections


Two Iowa City schools identified as low-achieving


Local man accused of stealing car


Democrats eye Latham's House seat


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