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Police ID body as missing ISU student

After identifying the body in a vehicle as Iowa State University student Tong Shao, police have named a person of interest, however they believe he fled to China.


Campaign promotes local options sales tax

Iowa City City Councilor Susan Mims is just one local official who believes the local option sales tax will be beneficial to the Johnson County area.


UI Law school sees enrollment increase, tuition decrease

Due to a sixteen percent decrease in tuition, enrollment at UI Law has increased by almost fifty students.


UI students compete against other schools to show they are the most "outdoorsy"

UI is competing with nine other schools in the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge to show that they are the most active and engaged in the outdoors.


UI computers experience suspicious activity Friday in possible connection to bug "Shellshock"

University Chief Information Officer Steve Fleagle says that the university servers flagged suspicious activity on Friday.


Iowa doctors can now access Nebraska records

A new system of direct messaging now allows interstate records communications.


State to pay for opposition's expert witness in Pfeifer appeal


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