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Johnson County, city officials to discuss future of SEATS funding

STACEY MURRAY

March 26, 2013

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Following months of discussion, city officials will meet today to discuss funding in a setting that one supervisor hopes will create honest, helpful information. City officials will meet with Johnson County Supervisors Janelle...

Iowa Regent President Lang interested in helping graduate student tuition

BRIANNA JETT

March 26, 2013

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While funding for an in-state tuition freeze is a hot topic in the Iowa Legislature, state Board of Regents President Craig Lang said he’s looking for ways to aid graduate students. Lang spoke to the University of Iowa’s...

Iowa City group prepares for next step in fight against ‘The Chauncey’ development

NICK HASSETT

March 26, 2013

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For an Iowa City group focused on fighting against a new 20-story development in Iowa City, a planning and zoning measure could be its last chance to stop it. The Iowa Coalition Against the Shadow, a group of Iowa City residents...

UISG student leaders look back at the year’s accomplishments

JONATHAN SOLIS

March 26, 2013

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The University of Iowa Student Government gaveled in its last Senate meeting on Tuesday. One year ago, the I-Party was in the same position. Its members campaigned on a platform that promised improvement to campus, academic, and o...

New leaders to direct Johnson County political parties into 2014

BRENT GRIFFITHS

March 26, 2013

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The new chairman of the Johnson County Democrats said the party is moving past its “major loss” in the Board of Supervisors election and getting back to the basics of campaigning. On the other side of the political...

VIDEO: Iowa City Top Chef winners announced

DI STAFF

March 26, 2013

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Trial reset for Iowa City landlord accused of peeping

CASSIDY RILEY

March 26, 2013

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The trial has been reset for an Iowa City landlord accused of peeping on his tenants. Elwyn Miller, 63, was charged with 11 counts off invasion of privacy for allegedly peeping at female residents through manufactured holes in...

UI medical student meets with Branstad to discuss tuition proposal

LAUREN COFFEY

March 26, 2013

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Shady Henien, a fourth-year medical student at the University of Iowa and the president of the Carver College of Medicine Student Government, met with Gov. Terry Branstad on Tuesday morning to gain his support on Henien’s...

Branstad writes letter in support of regent nominees

BRENT GRIFFITHS

March 26, 2013

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Gov. Terry Branstad expressed his support for his Board of Regent nominees in letter he wrote to all 50 members of Iowa Senate, who will vote on their approval. “There has been much recent discussion regarding the individuals...

Local man allegedly found at City High School with stolen jewelry

REBECCA MORIN

March 26, 2013

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A local man has been arrested after he was allegedly caught burglarizing City High. Forrest Weger, 29, was charged March 19 with second-degree theft. School officials reviewed surveillance cameras and allegedly found that Weger...

Top-seeded Notre Dame bounces Iowa women from NCAA basketball tournament

NICK DELAQUILA

March 26, 2013

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The Iowa women were bounced from the NCAA Tournament Tuesday evening after coming up short against Notre Dame. Iowa was no match for the Norfolk Regional’s top-seed, losing 74-57. The Fighting Irish, who led from start to...

Seniors’ Hawkeye story comes to an end with Notre Dame loss

MATT CABEL

March 26, 2013

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Jaime Printy sat alone on the bench. Her arms rested on her legs. Her head was down.  The announcer had barely finished announcing before the home crowd roared for the Marion native. She rose from her seat to take her place...