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  • Historic Hamburg Inn sold

    - Jan 28, 2016
    The Hamburg Inn No. 2, 214 N. Linn St. has been sold; this will mark the first time the historic diner has been owned by someone outside the Panther family. Hamburg Inn was opened in 1948
  • Trumps spurns GOP debate

    - Jan 28, 2016
    By Matthew Jack matthew-jack@uiowa.edu With the eyes of the nation fixed securely on Iowa for the Feb. 1 caucuses, Fox News and Google will host the seventh GOP debate from the Iowa Events Center in Des
  • Dance Marathon races toward goal

    - Jan 28, 2016
    By Madeline Murphy Smith madeline-m-smith@uiowa.edu After surpassing the goal of $2 million last year, Dance Marathon has its heart set on raising $2.4 million. Its new goal is a 20 percent jump from last year, which
  • Zogby pushes Mideast awareness

    - Jan 28, 2016
    By Tom Ackerman thomas-ackerman@uiowa.edu Caucus season is in full swing for Iowans, and everyone seems to have an opinion. The American-Arab community is no exception. The Council for International Visitors to Iowa Cities hosted James Zogby
  • Walk explores privilege

    - Jan 28, 2016
    By Macey Spensley macey-spensley@uiowa.edu One group aimed to highlight social issues that people deal with every day. As part of Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week, members of the diversity committee at the University of Iowa
  • Poverty on the rise locally

    - Jan 28, 2016
    By Gage Miskimen gage-miskimen@uiowa.edu One in 10 children live in poverty in Johnson County. Johnson County has seen a 25.5 percent increase in the number of children living below the poverty line since the year 2000,
  • The Daily Break (01/28/16)

    - Jan 27, 2016
    HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19): You will need to give more than your normal effort. Don’t assume that those you encounter know what you are capable of doing. Money can be made and a good position
  • Man arrested for throwing tomatoes at Donald Trump in Iowa City

    - Jan 27, 2016
    UPDATE (1:57 p.m.): A GoFundMe page was created on behalf of Alemao to pay a potential bail or to serve as a legal fund. The tomatoes may have missed Trump, but they didn’t go unnoticed by the
  • Donald Trump hits Iowa City

    - Jan 27, 2016
    By Brent Griffiths brent-griffiths@uiowa.edu Hawkeyes for Trump signs abounded in Iowa City on Tuesday, as Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump spoke of his love for all things Iowa. Trump pronounced Hawkeye quarterback CJ Beathard the next
  • Trump raises local hackles

    - Jan 27, 2016
    By KayLynn Harris  |  kaylynn-harris@uiowa.edu Iowa City residents welcomed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump into the Field House on Jan. 26, where the business mogul found himself amid a crowd with shrill, yellow whistles, shirts declaring,

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