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Iowa-UNI breakdown: Defense defines both teams

DES MOINES — Outside of a blocked shot, there’s nothing less SportsCenter-worthy in college basketball than old-fashioned, sol ... »

Iowa City man charged with 18 counts of sexual abuse

IOWA CITY — An Iowa City man faces 18 counts of sex abuse for allegedly committing sexual acts with an “incapacitated” woman a ... »

Iowa City, three other area districts chosen for teacher leadership program

Four Corridor school districts will begin receiving state money for teacher leadership programs over the next two years, the Iowa Department of Edu ... »

Iowa City school district’s message about gifts to teachers still unclear

IOWA CITY — Iowa City Community School District officials are sending mixed signals about whether teachers are allowed to accept gifts from ... »

North Liberty to consider letting urban chickens stay for good

NORTH LIBERTY — Daniela Williams has been raising chickens at her home in a subdivision on the north side of town for about a year.

He ... »

U.S. listeria outbreak causing four deaths tied to caramel apples

Four people have died and 26 people have been hospitalized due to a listeria outbreak, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ... »

Mauer to return to manage Kernels in 2015

CEDAR RAPIDS — For his 36th birthday, Jake Mauer got a repeat gift. A third year managing the Cedar Rapids Kernels ... »

Cedar Rapids school board to start search for new superintendent

The Cedar Rapids school board will meet Monday to begin the search for a new superintendent, according to a meeting agenda released Friday.

A ... »

Arrest made in Thursday afternoon bank robbery

CEDAR RAPIDS — The Cedar Rapids Police Department is giving a hat tip to citizens who provide officers with information which led to the arre ... »

Iowa jobless rate falls to 4.3 percent

More Iowans were working last month, sending the state’s jobless rate down to 4.3 percent from 4.5 percent in October.

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Backroom workers critical for stores

Keep product stocked, properly displayed

By George C. Ford, The Gazette

As shoppers hit Corridor stores for the final weekend of ... »

Calendar call undermines local control

Deciding when a school year starts is a decision that should be left to local school boards, not the Iowa State Fair Board.

That seems like a ... »

A running game — UNI believes it can against Iowa

 

CEDAR FALLS — Because of the well-documented statistically-backed recommitment »

Manufacturers, craft brewery plan projects

Three Cedar Rapids business projects were approved Friday for state financial assistance by the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board.

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Taking aim at Olympics

IOWA CITY — Black ice skates — with a sharpened blade on both sides for clean edges, laced up tightly with swift fingers, fitt ... »

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