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The trial for Justin Lee Dewitt, 38, began Monday after he was charged with three counts of attempt to commit murder on Dec. 27, 2016,... [Read More]
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See photos from a Campaign to Organize Graduate Students meeting with Iowa Board of Regents lawyers during a contract proposal on Dec. 12, 2018. [Read More]
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See photos from an evening shift on Halloween night with the Iowa City Police Department. [Read More]
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The UI graduates originally wrote 'A Quiet Place' while in Iowa City. [Read More]
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Iowa strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle sees a big benefit for younger players when the Hawkeyes reach a bowl game. [Read More]
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Iowa assistant coach Reese Morgan was the lead recruiter on Chariton native T.J. Hockenson, who this year won the John Mackey Award as a sophomore. [Read More]
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Fifty years ago, she promised her mother she would earn a college degree. Saturday, the soon-to-be UI grad will keep that promise. [Read More]
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Iowa City Mayor Jim Throgmorton wants to see council have paid interns in 2019. [Read More]
Bernadine Franks will graduate on Dec. 15 with a bachelors degree in social work, 50 years after promising her mother she would complete a college... [Read More]
An IC woman pleaded guilty Tuesday and agreed to a sentence of 15 years in prison after reaching a plea deal in connection with a Sept. 29... [Read More]
Now you can drink a Big Grove Sidehill Summer Jam while your family shops. [Read More]
The Transportation Department, the Medical Examiner's Office and the Information Technology Department all plead their cases for more money. [Read More]
Now is the time to take climate action, at the national, state, and local levels. [Read More]
The fellas down at Charlies have some thoughts about ped-mall benches, Gary Dolpin and the midterms. [Read More]
The Hawkeyes will be looking to repeat the success they had at the 2017 Pinstripe Bowl when they face Mississippi State in the Outback Bowl. [Read More]
From events at breweries to a Charlie Brown Christmas jazz concert, there's a lot of fun to be had ahead of the holiday. [Read More]
Ped-Mall benches, a correctional candy caper and another special election are on the minds of ICPC readers this week. [Read More]
Police arrested a North Liberty woman after she allegedly crashed into the Koser Park baseball dugout while under the influence, early Tuesday morning. [Read More]
Greetings Van Horne Area Residents! [Read More]
An man was arrested after allegedly pointing a gun at people who parked a car in his driveway Sunday. [Read More]
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