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Jameson's mother came to the United States on a nursing exchange program after World War II.
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Willie Lee Rollins, 21, of 1545 Aber Ave. No. 12C in Iowa City was arrested for possession of a controlled substance at 8:22 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at 209 Holiday Road in Coralville.
The trial for the 62-year-old Iowa City man accused of pulling a gun on 12-year-old boy has been rescheduled and a guilty plea hearing set.
While biking to work, Terry Wahls occasionally plucks wild berries for a snack from shrubs outside.
The son of Boyd and Jean Dunbar, he was born July 4, 1942 in Washington county. He attended the Keota school.
White foam stacked several feet high below the Burlington Street dam on the Iowa River in Iowa City isn't caused by a shampoo spill.
IC Man Who Crashed into Scheels Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison Hughes 3-10-14 An Iowa City man who crashed his SUV through the front door of Scheels at Coral Ridge Mall in December of 2012 has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.
IC Woman Accused of Keeping Meth, Marijuana in Presence of 6-Year-Old Son Lang 3-10-14 An Iowa City woman faces charges that she kept methamphetamine and marijuana in the presence of her six-year-old son.
According to Iowa City police criminal complaints, around 2:35 a.m. July 7, the alleged victims told police they were outside in the 2100 block of Davis Street when a gray van with no headlights drove past.
COLD AND EXPENSIVE: Our long, cold winter is driving up street maintenance costs in most Iowa communities.
Peeping Landlord Begins Serving Sentence Lang 3-9-14 An Iowa City landlord who was found guilty of secretly watching female tenants in the shower has begun serving his sentence.
Community ID Cards to Be Discussed Sunday Lang 3-8-14 Supporters are meeting Sunday to discuss a plan to provide municipal identification cards to Iowa City residents who are in the country illegally and others who lack documentation.
I recently realized that all of the TV shows that I currently love are productions of the BBC.
A new microbrew from Zipline Brewing Co. of Lincoln, Neb., is now distributed in Iowa.
In what could be the biggest overhaul of a downtown Iowa City block since the urban renewal era of the 1970s and '80s, a group of stakeholders is discussing the possibility of razing a row of century-old buildings to make room for a new development.
Bermet Nurbekova, an exchange student from Kyrgyzstan, says she loves dresses and can't wait for prom this year.