The Daily Iowan

Bars’ fate in hands of judge

NICOLE KARLIS

October 26, 2009

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ANKENY, Iowa — After a seven-hour hearing, it is still unclear whether the state will uphold Iowa City’s guidelines for denying liquor licenses to bars with high underage drinking tickets. The intense discussion took place...

UI strives to reach out with degrees

KATHRYN STINSON

October 26, 2009

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Students at four Iowa community colleges can now earn a UI degree without ever setting foot on the Iowa City campus. As part of a new strategy, the UI is expanding its influence to the students unable to commit to the traditional...

UI plans on growing

EMILY BUSSE

October 26, 2009

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Even with massive budget cuts, the UI is looking to grow by the hundreds. With the Iowa Promise initiative, UI officials plan to add 100 new tenured faculty positions and increase enrollment by 100 students each year over a five-year...

Spotlight Iowa City: Hands-on experience guides artist

SARAH LARSON

October 26, 2009

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William Blair stepped to the door pulling off ink-blotted latex gloves, revealing his aged hands. These hands, which had been printing images from copper plates, were once used to perform intricate hand surgery. Blair is more...

Police probe assault

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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Iowa City police are investigating an assault inside a Panchero’s Mexican Grill over the weekend. According to police reports, the victim of the assault was ordering food around 1 a.m. Sunday at Panchero’s, 965 S. Riverside...

UI withholds building naming information

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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UI officials aren’t revealing any details about the proposed naming of a university facility. The agenda for this Thursday’s state Board of Regents meeting shows the UI is requesting to name a campus building, though it does...

Everson’s trial delayed

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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The trial for a former Hawkeye football accused of sexual assault has been delayed until next spring. But according to the judge’s order, it is the last time a continuance will be allowed in this case. Cedric Everson, who...

UI police probe reported assault

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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The UI police are investigating a reported assault in Burge. According to reports, the incident occurred around 4 a.m. on Oct. 21 on the 1500 floor of Burge. A woman said she woke up to find a man in her room, touching her leg....

Woman charged with endangerment

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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An Iowa City woman allegedly left her 4-month-old baby alone while she went to a bar. Arlene Green, 23, 240 Highway 6 E. No. 4001, was charged with child endangerment. According to reports, police were called to an apartment,...

Women face numerous charges

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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Iowa City police arrested two women on drug-related charges and child endangerment. Kenyatta Taylor, 20, 2502 Bartelt Road 1B, and Alicia Reed, 20, were both face numerous charges, including possession with intent to deliver,...

Woman charged with endangerment, possession

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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Iowa City police arrested a woman for allegedly possessing drugs in her home around her two children. Ruby Harden, 28, 1103 Hollywood Blvd. No. 11, was charged with endangerment and possession of a controlled substance. According...

Hospitals restrict visitors

DI STAFF

October 26, 2009

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Visitors to flu-stricken patients at local hospitals now face new restrictions by hospital officials. Officials from the UI Hospitals and Clinics, Mercy Hospital, and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center announced their decision...