Summer of the Arts invites you to come celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Iowa Arts Festival, presented by Veridian Credit Union, on Friday, June 7 through Sunday, June 9. More>>
Warm weather has many Eastern Iowa taking their boats to the water for the first time this year. More>>
As the graduates receive their diplomas marking years of hard work, many are excited for what the future holds. More>>
The new Dunkin' Donuts currently under construction in Coralville will host a job fair this weekend. More>>
A cab driver and his wife face charges in connection with the theft of $15,000 worth of jewelry in Iowa City. More>>
Bruce Hagenow served his country with the United States Air Force. He travels to Iowa City a handful of times a week for his disability, but on Monday he got his questions answered a little closer to home in Cedar Falls. More>>
An Iowa City man is accused of robbing a boy who was looking for lawns to mow. More>>
An Iowa City man found guilty of murdering an Iowa City landlord is appealing his life sentence. More>>
Some Iowa City residents have actively fought back against red light cameras. Opponents have argued they violate civil liberties and are nothing more than a money grab for local governments. More>>
Johnson County voters have turned down a proposed justice center once again. More>>
Back in November, 56 percent of the county's voters said yes to a Justice Center, falling just short of the required 60 percent.
Monday the fire department held a blood drive in hopes of restoring the area's blood supply. Parker's been a volunteer firefighter in North Liberty for 40 years. More>>
Three out of every four college students in the state are graduating with debt- according to a report from Iowa Watch, a non-profit investigative organization. University of Iowa student Carrie Kulp More>>
The University of Iowa says a white powder that was found leaking from an envelope in the Mayflower Residence Hall mailroom was deemed not hazardous by a postal inspector. More>>
Many spent Sunday outdoors at Coralville Lake. Some were surprised to learn there's some new rules in place this year. More>>
Saturday was a special one for some area campers as the Hawkeye football team hosted a group of people from Camp Courageous, which serves people of all ages with disabilities. More>>
The University Of Iowa Thursday announced the largest fundraising campaign in state history. More>>
The allowed entry age into Iowa City bars is once again being debated. In 2010 voters said yes to a 21 and over ordinance, banning patrons under 21 from drinking establishments after 10 PM. More>>
The Ladies Auxiliary of American Legion Post #17 is hosting a fundraiser that will benefit Eastern Iowa Honor Flight. More>>
A bill in the Iowa legislature looks to legalize the use of licensed all-terrain vehicles on county roads. House file 619 overwhelmingly passed the house and now waits to be taken up by a Senate subcommittee. More>>
Iowa City police say an Illinois teen has been arrested in connection with a stabbing in Iowa City on Sunday morning. More>>
One of three men arrested after an Iowa City shooting death will spend the rest of his life in prison after he was convicted of first-degree murder. More>>
At Thursday's meeting in Cedar Falls, the Board of Regents accepted the recommendations for a new center focusing on mental health, approved a new upgrade at Kinnick Stadium and said goodbye to the Board President. More>>
Five former Hawkeyes are hoping to hear their names called during the 2013 NFL Draft which begins Thursday night in New York City. More>>
The 2013 FRY fest concert will be headlined by country star Chris Cagle with special guest Dustin Lynch. More>>
Dedicated teachers and a successful after school program are making a positive difference in the life of 9th grader, Adrian Diaz.
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