Biden pushes minimum wage hike

Vice President Joe Biden made a stop in Des Moines on Wednesday to promote a minimum wage hike and more voter participation.

Jazz legend and UI alum to visit

A world-famous musician returns to his alma mater for Soulfest, as well as to speak to students.

First-ever Human Rights fair held

Student groups set up tables along T. Anne Cleary to give out information to students on human rights organizations.

Food cart to start delivery services

Cornroc, a food cart located in the Ped Mall, has seen a dramatic increase in student customers seeking variety in their meals.

New citizens get naturalized

New American citizens were naturalized at Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum yesterday.

Discussion on Park and Ride continues

The Iowa Department of Transportation is holding meetings for public input on its Park and Ride System Plan.

IC school district falls short of national benchmarks

A recent State Report Card for No Child Left Behind showed grim results for Iowa.

IC officials maintain the city is ADA compliant

According to the Johnson County Task Force on Aging, Iowa City sidewalks and curb ramps do not meet current ADA standards.

Edible garden planned for Rec Center

The Iowa City Parks & Recreation Center and Backyard Abundance hosted an event for attendees to help prepare the new edible garden, which will be located at Robert A. Lee Recreation Center.

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