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Iowa City Community School District students will spend the federal holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in their classrooms.
The Fiberight ethanol facility on Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013, in Blairstown, Iowa. The company plans to convert solid waste into ethanol and biogas.
Sixth District Magistrate Judge James Martinek said he likely will make a ruling later this week on the disposition of the fifth-degree theft charge against University Heights City Councilor Rosanne Hopson over a bag of dried fruit.
Despite numerous requests to keep Coralville's post office open in its current location, U.S. Postal Services officials are moving ahead with plans to close the city's centrally located customer retail services building.
3012 in Iowa City was arrested for assault causing injury at 1:39 a.m. Sunday, Sept.
Transient Who Bit Other Man's Nose Off Arrested Again Lang 6-28-13 A local transient who once bit another man's nose off during a fight has been arrested again.
Larry "Louie" Hanshaw Jr., 51, of Pleasant Plain, died Monday, Dec. 16, 2013, at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City after complications from a work injury.
Free Lunch Assault Leads to IC Man's Arrest Lang 12-17-13 An assault at the Free Lunch Program has lead to an Iowa City man's arrest.
IC Woman Accused of Purchasing Hundreds of Dollars in Food with Stolen Credit Card Lang 12-17-13 Allegedly charging hundreds of dollars in food to a stolen credit card has lead to an Iowa City woman's arrest.
Police said an Iowa City man set fire to his own garage in November, then lied to authorities about the cause of the blaze.
So says Waterloo reader Tom Leohr, whose 8-year-old granddaughter Kylie Teisinger suffers from leukemia.
For anyone interested in pursuing a law degree, now is the time and the University of Iowa is the place, UI President Sally Mason told a room full of faculty members last week.
Former Iowa football recruit Trevon Young has a scholarship waiting for him to be a Hawkeye again, but that wasn't enough to entice him this time.
USPS Announces Sunday Package Delivery in IC for Holiday Season Lang 12-16-13 While the United State Postal Service has been considering cutting Saturday delivery, Sunday deliveries are coming to Iowa Cityif only temporarily.
For many, the holiday season brings with it annual traditions that are unique for every family.
IC Man Accused of Holding Knife to Throat of His Girlfriend Lang 12-16-13 An Iowa City man faces charges that he held a knife to the throat of his girlfriend during a domestic dispute.