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The good news: After decades of Mediacom being the lone cable company with a municipal franchise agreement to service Iowa City, another cable company -- Alliance Technologies -- has added Iowa City to the list of cities it will service under its franchise with the state.
23, at North of Hancher Foot Bridge in Iowa City. Alekh Meka, 18, of N221 Currier Hall in Iowa City was arrested for possession of marijuana at 10:30 p.m. Monday, Sept.
John Mulbah came to the U.S. as a 15-year-old to escape a bleak future in war-torn Liberia.
Services and visitations will be held in Iowa City on Saturday, December 7th. at the Zion Lutheran Church with visitation beginning at 9am with the services at 11 a.m., followed by a luncheon.
<![CDATA[Al Dawson, Iowa City Genealogy Society member, will present the program "Census Tips for Good Girls and Boys Who Want to Find More Ancestors Under the Tree" at the 9:30 a.m. Saturday meeting of the Iowa City Genealogy Society at the Family History Library at 2730 Bradford Drive in Iowa City. Guests are welcome to attend.
A Des Moines food pantry is seeing a big jump in demand, with 10 percent more people served in November than in the same month a year ago.
In Washington, D.C., dozens of people carried signs and marched while singing "Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, it's no fun, to survive, on low low low low pay."
Johnson County is closer to starting construction to replace a facility damaged by fire earlier this year.
John Bloomfield will be back in Iowa City in a matter of weeks to face accusations he killed his wife there 16 years ago.
An Iowa City woman has been accused of opening two different bank accounts under fake names and stealing money.
More than two dozen protesters rallied over the current minimum wage outside a McDonald's on Riverside Drive in Iowa City Thursday.
An Iowa City woman accused in the death of her 20-month-old son is negotiating a plea deal and won't likely go to trial, according to her attorney.
The charity organization Lights for Tikes is spreading the Christmas spirit through its annual holiday attraction at 11 Church Street in Sherburne from Nov. 29 at 5:30 p.m. through Dec. 29 at 9:30 p.m. Donations collected by Lights for Tikes this holiday season will be used for Megan Viera, a Sherburne teen who suffered severe injuries after being ... (more)
Under pressure to cut costs, state universities and lawmakers across the nation are going after one of the oldest traditions in the academic world: the professor's cherished sabbatical.
The Johnson County Drug Task Force continued a busy end to their with a marijuana bust Tuesday in Iowa City, less than a week after arresting multiple people on various drug charges around the Thanksgiving holiday.