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Buffalo senior wrestler Justin Farmer was in the wrong place at the wrong time when he stepped on the mat Thursday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
Iowa City police say 38-year-old Tammy S. Kroemer, of West Branch, requested to pick up hydrocodone and nine other prescriptions from a pharmacy on July 3. She is accused of charging the prescriptions to a person's account and claiming to be the person's caretaker.
Whether you're craving a traditional chicken and matzoh ball soup, spicy Mexican stew, or zesty Thai tom yum, Iowa City has just what the doctor ordered.
A second man faces felony charges in connection with the August robbery of an Iowa City mother while she was home with her three children.
What would this time of year be in Iowa City without the annual Holiday Tubas concert on the steps of the Old Capitol Museum? It just wouldn't sound like Christmas without a little oom-pah-pah.
Local officials say they have plans in place to notify the public if winter weather turns worse this season.
David Farber rides his bicycle 50 to 100 miles per day. Yes -- even in winter weather.
North Liberty police say it pulled over a vehicle Tuesday night that was driving recklessly.
Iowa wrestler Tony Ramos talks about bouncing back from a rare defeat. The top-ranked 133-pounder's first loss of the season to Edinboro's A.J. Schopp.
The board voted Tuesday to have administrators check a rescheduling of activities planned for the holiday so the district could cancel classes that day, Jan. 20. At Tuesday's board meeting, some people criticized a decision the board made in 2013 to hold classes on the holiday.
The Iowa City Community School District now has a plan that will guide construction projects for the next decade.
Following an outcry from the public, the Iowa City school board will consider cancelling school on Martin Luther King Jr. Day next month.
The unexpected death of Wanda Ewing, a tenured associate professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, left the school's art and art history departments in shock Monday.
A Coralville man faces multiple charges in connection with an alleged sexual assault inside a porta-potty near Kinnick Stadium in September.
The day begins with staff recognition, where 21 library employees will receive service awards.