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Press Citizen endorses Clinton, Judge Hunter 10/24/16 The Iowa City Press Citizen has thrown their support behind Democrats in the two biggest races on state ballots. In Saturday’s edition, the paper wholeheartedly endorsed Hillary Clinton for Presi
Three arrested in North Liberty burglary Podhajsky 10/23/16  Three people have been taken into custody in a North Liberty burglary.  The alleged incident took place about 2:45 Saturday morning at an apartment on Sugar Creek Lane. That’s where police say 33-year-old Shaneice Snipe of Broadway Street in Iowa City, 28-year-old Lorenzo Seals and 24-year-old Victor Curry, who live
Arrest made in September assault with bottle Podhajsky 10/23/16   Iowa City Police have made an arrest in an assault with a bottle last month. Police asked for the public’s help in identifying the man who struck another person in the head with
Trial set to start for man accused of lying about HIV status to sexual partners Podhajsky 10/23/16   A Coralville man will stand trial this week on charges he lied about his HIV status to women with whom he had sex. Adam Musser faces multiple counts
North Liberty city council to again take on minimum wage Podhajsky 10/23/16   The local minimum wage is again up for discussion in North Liberty.   The city council on Tuesday will debate going forward with the third increase in the minimum wage
Committee chooses new name for Highway 965 in North Liberty Podhajsky 10/23/16   Highway 965 through North Liberty may soon be known as Ranshaw Way. That’s the name a committee set up to go through recommendations for the renaming of one of the city’s main thoroughfares has ch
High School Football Scores Hunter 10/22/16 In a game you heard here on KCJJ, Iowa City West has an easy time with Ottumwa, rolling to a 63-14 win. In other games around the listening area; Cedar Rapids Xavier 48, South Tama County, Tama 12 Cedar Rapids,
UI Art Museum director to step down Hunter 10/22/16 Dr. Sean O’Harrow, who has been director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art, will be steeping down from his position later this year. The announcement from the University Friday announced that
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