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ICPD Following New Lead in Attempt to Find Second Suspect in Ped Mall Shooting Lang 7/28/14 Iowa City Police are following a new lead in an attempt to find a second suspect believed to be involved in an early Sunday morning shooting on the Ped Mall.
The Pedestrian Mall is a popular place for kids to play in Iowa City. If they get too hot on the playground, they can head over to the fountain.
An American woman suffering from paralysis volunteered for experimental surgery at Hospital de Egas Moniz in Lisbon, Portugal.
Alleged Chronic Masturbator Charged After Drug-Related Incident at Sex Shop Lang 7-26-14 An Iowa City man with a history of allegedly masturbating in public has been arrested again on a new charge.
Recently, Register reporter Rick Brown and photographer Charlie Litchfield spent a day with Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff.
The Iowa City Attorney's Office says a soon-to-open local restaurant has applied for a waiver, which would allow them to install a self-serve beer machine.
A small group of volunteers spent much of the last year getting drunk and stoned on marijuana furnished by the federal government before getting behind the wheel.
Arrest Made in String of Car Burglaries Lang 7/25/14 Iowa City Police have arrested a man accused of being behind a string of car burglaries.
Mary Carol Shey has left this world but not our hearts, passing away peacefully on July 23, 2014.
The John Paul II Medical Research Institute of Iowa City has announced partnering with Cellular Engineering Technologies, Inc. , a biotechnology company based in Coralville, Iowa, to help deliver personalized medical care and research to cancer patients.
Gov. Terry Branstad appointed a new District Court Judge for the Sixth District on Wednesday.
Officials in Iowa City say they're optimistic every bus in the Iowa City Community School District will be equipped with external-facing video cameras when school resumes next month.
There are 97,000 DOT-111 tank cars in use carrying flammable liquids, including crude oil and ethanol, across the United States.
HESCO barriers erected to protect the University's Mayflower Residence Hall from the rising Iowa River are shown in Iowa City on Tuesday, July 01, 2014.
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 02:19 pm
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