Janet Godwin wants to bring her leadership experience to the Iowa City Community School District.
J.P. Claussen wants to make sure the teacher’s perspective is represented when policy is being created in the Iowa City Community School District.
Based on first impression, Wally Taylor doesn’t seem like a lawyer anyone would describe as a pit bull. But first impressions can be misleading. Sitting in the small, book-lined office...
Iowa City has joined the city of Chicago’s legal fight against a controversial Trump administration immigration policy.
A Wisconsin state official who doubts the existence of climate change and oversaw the elimination of the science bureau of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is the Trump administration’s...
Activate Iowa, a website created by two Iowa City activists, pulls together political news and events statewide.
Jesse Vroegh, a transgender man, is suing two state agencies and a major insurance company for violating Iowa laws prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity
There's a big story behind a little charge on Iowa property tax bills. It involves the Cow War of 1931.
Budget cuts are undermining a program intended to safeguard Iowans in nursing homes. And a rule change proposed by the Trump Administration could make things worse.
The company behind the Dakota Access pipeline is suing Greenpeace, the Sierra Club and other environmentalist groups as a vast criminal conspiracy engaged in terrorism.
The activists who admitted to sabotaged the Dakota Access pipeline will speak at the Iowa City Public Library on Saturday.
What happened to the water-level marker in the Iowa River, and is the city going to replace it?
Breaking down barriers between university students and the wider community, and between ideals and action is the goal of the Green Room, an upcoming lecture series at the Englert Theater.
It takes a special kind of politician to add a weird and possibly racist element to a spectacular natural event like a total eclipse, but Rep. Steve King did it.
Liana from Iowa City contacted Little Village to ask if the city has changed its policy on yard signs.