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UI DeGowin Blood Center High School Scholarship Recipients
The following local students have been awarded UI DeGowin Blood Center Scholarships for 2013.
Thu May 23, 2013
Albany Times Union
Investigator: Missing Iowa girl's blood found
This photo provided by The Iowa Department of Public Safety shows Kathlynn Shepard, 15.
KEYC Television, Mankato, MN
Review clears Davenport priest accused of touching
IOWA CITY, Iowa - A suspended Catholic priest in Davenport will return to the ministry after a diocese investigation did not substantiate an allegation that he inappropriately touched a minor in 1990.
GOP questions IRS scrutiny of anti-abortion groups
Coalition for Life of Iowa president Sue Martinek holds a sign in her home, Tuesday, May 21, 2013, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
News Minute: Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press
An eastern Iowa startup that tries to help businesses find cheaper Internet service has been awarded $100,000 in state assistance.
Visual arts notes: New Bemis fellows come from as far away as London
In a blind jury process, a panel made up of Bemis Center alumni - Angela Fraleigh, Wendel White and Yinghua Zhu - selected 19 artists, 2 percent of the total applicants.
Wed May 22, 2013
Jacquelyn Regan's long connection with the military
Roy H. "Doc" Wheat, at the beginning of World War II. While her father qualified her for membership, Regan's family affiliation with the military actually dates all the way back to the American Revolution.
The Washington Evening Journal
One bad decision'
Washington County Deputy Sheriff and Drug Task Force member Eric Weber shows the audience some examples of synthetic marijuana, which is sold in Iowa City.
Iowa City proposes cuts to SEATS transit for elderly, disabled
Robert Coleman, a driver with Johnson County SEATS, helps Rachel Villhauer over some uneven concrete as he walks her to her door after driving her home Wednesday, Jan.
Man who kidnapped 2 Iowa girls had long record
This photo provided by The Iowa Department of Public Safety shows Michael J. Klunder.
Peeping trial of accused Iowa City landlord moved to July
The invasion of privacy trial for an Iowa City landlord accused of spying on several female tenants in his buildings through peepholes in bathrooms has been reset to July.
Tue May 21, 2013
Eastern Iowa lawmakers offer compromises on eminent domain, passenger rail
A pair of Eastern Iowa lawmakers are hoping to help the Legislature toward adjournment by offering a bipartisan compromise on two key issues that have generated interest in recent years.
Iowa City debates whether police officers belong in schools
Cedar Rapids Police School Resource Officer Charity Hansel watches as students leave Kennedy High School at the end of the school day on Monday, May 20, 2013, in Cedar Rapids.
Mon May 20, 2013
Iowa City police make third arrest in Regina bomb threats
Kashawn Supreme Deas, 21, of Allentown, Penn., was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of calling the K-12 school numerous times on both Aug.
BWW Reviews: What Makes a Man Explored at Actors' Summit
What makes a man a man explored at Actors' Summit Roy Berko Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle Until the late 1960s and 70s, the age of women's liberation, the writings and speeches of Gloria Steinem , Betty Friedan, and Bella Abzug, MS magazine, and the National Women's Caucus, men knew what it was like to be a ... (more)
Five juveniles arrested in fight at Iowa City High
According to a press release from the Iowa City police department, police sent an officer to the high school for extra patrol as a precaution following an incident over the weekend that police anticipated might spill over into school.
Sun May 19, 2013
Homers - What's going right
BICYCLE FRIENDLIER: Iowa City recently moved a step ahead on the bicycle friendly path.
Staff wrote a new blog post: Summer: Time to dig in to reading
Learning to read takes practice, and summer is the perfect opportunity for kids to "dig into reading" because it's a chance to read for fun in a relaxed setting.
Sat May 18, 2013
Opinion Staff wrote a new blog post: Students landfill diversion is wise move
Congratulations to the students and faculty at Regina Elementary School in Iowa City for being involved in using our resources in order to keep from supplying our misused landfills.
Endometriosis more common in lean women: study
Researchers following more than 116,000 women found that morbidly obese study participants were 39 percent less likely than normal-weight women to develop the chronic condition - in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus and causes painful periods and bleeding.