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3 hrs ago | The Gazette
John Bloomfield makes his initial appearance before District Associate Court Judge Stephen Gerard via cctv at the Johnson County Courthouse on Friday, December, 13, 2013 in Iowa City, Iowa.
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7 hrs ago | The Gazette
The Kennedy High School junior is planning to graduate early. When she's not in class, tackling a schedule that includes Advanced Placement classes, she works at a restaurant so she can save money for that impending college tuition.
Jaron Rosien, who will be sworn in to his city council seat in January, and councilmen Bob Shellmyer and Merle Hagie take part in the council's goal-setting session held Wednesday in the Washington Public Library.
University of Iowa Department of Dance students will put their talent on display today through Saturday at the annual Graduate/Undergraduate Concert at Space Place Theater.
Local officials say they have plans in place to notify the public if winter weather turns worse this season.
He is currently making a name for himself studying experimental high energy particle physics at the University of Iowa.
A former Sioux Falls businessman and car dealer is facing sexual assault charges in Iowa.
Night owls adventurous enough to brave the cold can catch the Geminids meteor shower, which is supposedly the most intense t's like seeing the Grand Canyon," said Steven Spangler, a University of Iowa physics and astronomy professor.
When Louisiana State University squares off against the University of Iowa in the Outback Bowl on New Year's Day, Todd Timmerman will be watching closely from the 50-yard line at Raymond James Stadium.
In the cloistered federal appeals courts, where cameras are taboo and life-tenured judges toil in seclusion, Randall Rader relishes his persona as a hard-charging front man.
Just because Iowa City is sitting under a fresh dusting of snow, the temperatures hover around 20 degrees, and the wind bites at the face, doesn't mean it's not a good day for a bike ride.
NASA's Juno Spacecraft Hears Amateur Radio Operators Say 'Hi': Message Was First-Of-Its-Kind for an Interplanetary Spacecraft - Thousands of amateur radio operators around the world were able to say "Hi" to NASA's Juno spacecraft Oct. 9 as it swung past Earth on its way to Jupiter.
A former Sioux Falls man faces multiple charges in connection with an alleged sexual assault inside a porta-potty near Kinnick Stadium in September.
Gov. Terry Branstad said he and his staff won't finalize funding decisions under the state Revenue Estimating Conference meets on Thursday.
Um, something in my eye. This wonderful video details a what took place when the Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft swung past Earth on Oct. 9, 2013 for a gravity assist, and amateur radio operators around the world sent a Morse Code saying "HI" to the spacecraft.