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COGS displeased with contract proposal

The state Board of Regents presented its contract proposal Monday afternoon.


UI charges students a high price for laundry

Compared with Iowa universities and schools in the Big Ten, the University of Iowa's laundry services cost more than most.


Tax incentive off to slow start

The Farm to Food Donation Tax Credit Program will can be claimed starting in January.


City to vote on repealing body-camera funding

The City Council will decide today if the resolution approving funding for police body cameras will be repealed in order to explore other options.


Four developers presented ideas for Linn and Court space

Iowa City city councilors will decide on a development to fill the Linn/Court site at a Dec. 2 meeting.


Women charged with second-degree theft


Man accused with domestic abuse


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