$7.8 million given to Carver College of Medicine

Following a large donation, the University of Iowa will be able to more greatly fund genetic research.

Food insecurity in Johnson County crowds local Food Bank

Johnson County has the highest level of food insecurity in Iowa and the busiest food banks.

Johnson County supervisor candidates hold forum

Johnson County Board of Supervisor candidates discussed the importance of aging in place for county residents.

UI officials discuss music diplomacy

Officials from across the nation discuss the effectiveness of music in diplomacy.

E-cig use in public may be prohibited

Iowa City city councilors will discuss banning the use of e-cigs on city-owned property.

Influential tech developer talks with UI students

Highly successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur Andy Grignon recently met with students who hope to follow in his footsteps.

Animal Shelter makes adjustments

Animal Center in Iowa City is in transition after the longtime director resigned.

Officials met to discuss flood prevention

Iowa City and national officials come together to discuss projects in place to prevent future flooding.

North Liberty pilots curbside compost program

Composting in North Liberty is a much simpler process as a result of a new curbside program.

Council to vote on Sabin School memorandum

The Sabin School memorandum of agreement among various agencies will be voted on by the City Council today.

Two sexual misconducts reported

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