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Iowa men to open conference season at Purdue Podhajsky 08/25/16   The 2016-17 conference season will start in Mackey Arena for the Iowa men’s basketball team. The Big Ten released the conference schedule on Thursday, with the Hawkeyes traveling to Purdue on Dec. 28 to ope
Johnson County taking steps toward bike friendly status Podhajsky 08/25/16   Johnson County may soon be deemed bicycle friendly though it won’t be considered a “Bike Friendly Community.” Becky Soglin is the county’s sustainab
Charges filed in rollover crash Podhajsky 08/25/16   Charges have been filed in a crash earlier this month at the Interstate 80-380 interchange. Tenille Sulzberger’s vehicle rolled multiple times after colliding with a semi at the interchange
Corridor students fare better on ACT than national average Hunter 8/25/16 National Testing company ACT released data yesterday showing that a record number of students took the test last year. And those from Iowa are outpacing the national average. Nearly
Iowa City man accused of abusing dog pleads not guilty Podhajsky 08/25/16 A man accused of abusing a dog in his care at his family veterinary business has pleaded not guilty to one count of Animal Abuse.   Online court records show Davis Foster, the attorney for 22-year-old Lucas Van Orden V, entered his client’s written plea of not guilty prior to a scheduled arraignment hearing on Thursday. A trial date has not yet been set.
UI researcher gets grant to study effect of diet on MS Podhajsky 08/24/16   A University of Iowa researcher has received a major grant to study the effects of diet on multiple sclerosis patients. The National MS Society has awarded a $1 million grant to Terry Wahls to compare a diet she cre
IC man arrested for biting a woman last August Podhajsky 08/24/16   An Iowa City man has been arrested for a nearly year-old incident during which he allegedly bit a woman. Police say 30-year-old Roody Vieux confronted the woman, with whom he had been romantically involved, at
Coralville city council approves rules for 'short term rentals' Podhajsky 08/23/16   The city of Coralville has set some restrictions on short-term rentals.   The city council on Tuesday voted unanimously on the new rules for rentals of
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