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Holiday Shopping down to final days Hunter 12/22/14 If you were out picking up presents this weekend, you certainly were  not alone. Nationwide, Saturday was expected to be a busier  shopping day than Black Friday, with sales around 10 billion
Schools dealing with new start dates next year Hunter 12/22/14 Earlier this month, the Iowa Department of Education notified  school districts that the exemptions they've been granting to  waive the law that requires schools to start close
IC Police complete accidental shooting investigation Hunter 12/22/14 You may remember early last month two police officers were  injured at a police substation when a gun went off accidentally when they were cleaning their weapons. The internal inves
Flu taking hold in Iowa Hunter 12/22/14 Even though the temperatures have been relatively mild this winter  compared to last year, the flu is back with a vengence. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health, over the last few weeks the number
Civil War cottages may still get landmark designation Hunter 12/19/14 The Iowa City Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously  approved a motion to send a rezoning application from the Friends Of Historic Preservation to the Iowa City Council with
Iowa enjoys good recovery after recession Hunter 12/19/14 A new study shows that Iowa has had better success coming out of  the recession than other states. National growth is at 4.7 percent.  Iowa has a much better score of 5.9 percent in the s
UI President will work to overcome adversity Hunter 12/19/14 University of Iowa President Sally Mason released her end of the  semester address and says she will work with facutly and students to  make the balance between inclusiveness and free
Iowa Casino Study Released Hunter 12/19/14 Casino operations in the Hawkeye state generate 2 and a half  billion dollars in the states's economy, supports over 15,000 jobs and 726 milliion in tax revenues. That's according to a report conduc
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