• Iowa starters heat up in summer league

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    Moss is knocking down shots at an astonishing rate this summer, and he hopes the success he’s seen so far translates to the regular season, while sophomore Tyler Cook hasn’t missed a beat. By Jordan Zuniga...
  • Baer revels in his role

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    By Jordan Zuniga jordan-zuniga@uiowa.edu Three years ago, Nicholas Baer was a relatively unknown freshman who made the cut and walked onto the Iowa basketball team. Now a redshirt junior, Baer is an integral part of the...
  • NBA Draft winners, losers

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    Who in the NBA had a successful draft and who could have done better? By Adam Hensley adam-hensley@uiowa.edu Three things in life are guaranteed: death, taxes, and LaVar Ball opening his mouth on national television. NBA...
  • Officials say Block Party event turn-out was largest in downtown history

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    The Iowa City Downtown District held the first Iowa City Block Party on June 24. By Madeline Deninger daily-iowan@uiowa.edu As large crowds gathered in downtown Iowa City for the June 24 Block Party, there was one...
  • UIHC employee to run 176 miles for multiple sclerosis awareness

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    A local woman will run seven-consecutive marathons in honor of her mother and sister. By Denise Cheeseman denise-cheeseman@uiowa.edu Amanda Scott, a University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics employee, will run from Des Moines to Davenport this...
  • Local urban farmer educates community on how to grow produce without breaking the bank

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    Iowa City community members learn about the business of urban farming. By Autumn Diesburg autumn-diesburg@uiowa.edu With urban farming continuing to take hold in communities, would-be urban farmers are considering the logistics of owning and profiting from...
  • Weigel: Reynolds wrap foils convention

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    Zach Weigel zachary-weigel@uiowa.edu Kim Reynolds’ taking over as Iowa governor marks a rather stark change in Iowa’s leadership. Former Gov. Terry Branstad holds the honor of being the longest-serving governor ever with six nonconsecutive terms. But...
  • Letters to the editor

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    Stop factory farms In his recent Letter to the Editor, former Environmental Protection Commission member Gene Ver Steeg is wrong: A moratorium on new and expanding factory farms is needed NOW. Telling us that we need...
  • Smith: Pride, rain, shire, or ‘conversion’

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    By Wylliam Smith wylliam-smith@uiowa.edu June is Pride Month, and Pride 2017 is off to an incredible start. I had the privilege of going to my first Pride festival, and as cheesy as it sounds, it was...
  • Briefs

    by - Jun 26, 2017
    Man faces domestic-abuse charge Authorities have accused an Iowa City man of committing domestic abuse. Arseno Silas, 28, 1601 Aber Ave., was charged June 21 with third/subsequent domestic-abuse/assault and trespassing resulting in injury/damage more than $200....

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