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Taxi companies talk regulations

City officials along with several taxi companies and community members discussed enacting safety measures.


Branstad, Hatch differ over higher education vision

In recent visits to Iowa college campuses, Gov. Terry Branstad and Democratic challenger Jack Hatch have made higher-education discussions a priority.


Regents push back renovations

The state Board of Regents voted to wait for another year on renovations for Seashore Hall.


UI, Big Ten arrests fall

University of Iowa police have seen a drop in the number of citations and arrests for the first couple of football games, mirroring Big Ten peers.


Board approves attendance regulations

Iowa City School Board moved to have students automatically enrolled in specific schools based on zones.


UI student group sees increase in participation

The University of Iowa Wish Makers have seen a jump in members, something they hope will bring more funds for the cause.


EPA urges states to reduce pollution

A recent Environmental Protection Agency report encouraged Midwest states to decrease Mississippi runoff.


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