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Posted by Paul Brennan | Nov 2, 2017

Susan Mims’ eight years of experience on the Iowa City Council is evident as speaks about the issues. Mims can cite 15-point plans the council has adopted and weigh the...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 31, 2017

Ask Angela Winnike, a candidate for one of the two at-large city council seats, why she is running for the Iowa City Council and she talks about making the council...

Posted by Emma Husar | Oct 30, 2017

Mazahir Salih, a candidate for one of two at-large seats on the Iowa City Council, is focusing on building a more inclusive community in Iowa City by addressing affordable housing,...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 27, 2017

History played a big role at the meeting on the future of Iowa City’s Ped Mall on Thursday night. At the first public meeting on the Pedestrian Mall Improvements Project...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 25, 2017

An update on plans for the improvements to Iowa City’s Ped Mall will be presented on Thursday evening at the Sheraton Hotel. The improvements are the next step in the...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 24, 2017

On Tuesday, the Federal Communication Commission voted to eliminate a 77 year-old rule intended to ensure TV and radio stations serve the needs of their local communities. The vote on...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 24, 2017

Monica Lewinsky was 24 years old was she suddenly became internationally famous in January 1998. In a 2015 TED Talk, Lewinsky described what it was like when news broke that...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 19, 2017

Iowa City wants to know who its most prominent citizens are. Or were. And it wants to know by Nov. 1. As part of the Ped Mall improvement project, two...

Posted by Mike Kuhlenbeck | Oct 18, 2017

A free Oct. 23 screening of the documentary 'I’m Not Racist…Am I?,' followed by a group discussion, will address questions about the nature of racism and help viewers recognize and...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 18, 2017

Early voting in Johnson County for the Nov. 7 election started on Wednesday. Voters will be able to cast ballots at the Auditor’s office in the Johnson County Administration Building...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 17, 2017

The Iowa City Council will vote on a proposed ordinance banning the use of tobacco products in city parks at its Tuesday night meeting. In addition to prohibiting smoking, the...

Chuck Grassley
Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 16, 2017

Last week, the office of Sen. Chuck Grassley announced Iowa’s senior U.S. Senator had completed another annual tour of all the state’s 99 counties. But once again, he skipped town...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 14, 2017

Debbie the zombie is whole again, after her stolen upper body was returned to Zombie Burger.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 13, 2017

The Iowa City Police Department issued a warning about phony money of various denominations being passed in the Iowa City area.