Iowa City, University of Iowa police learn defensive tactics from Hawkeye wrestlers
IOWA CITY - Local police got a few tips on defensive tactics from the University of Iowa wrestling team.
Penn State football vs. Iowa: How to watch, what to look for in Iowa City
Here are the details on how to watch and what to follow in the Penn State Nittany Lions' biggest challenge yet at Iowa.
Iowa City police offer tips to prevent burglaries
IOWA CITY - With an uptick in vehicle and residential burglaries in recent months, Iowa City police are offering tips to help residents avoid being victimized.
Why Iowa City is leading a census information campaign
IOWA CITY - The city is hoping to find census volunteers to join its Complete Count Committee and reach people who may not be easily counted during the 2020 census.
6 questions for Iowa City's new 'nighttime mayor'
IOWA CITY - It has been a busy first few weeks on the job for new Iowa City Downtown District 'nighttime mayor' Joe Reilly.
Occupants escape from apartment fire in Iowa City, damages estimated at $10,000
IOWA CITY - No injuries were reported but an occupant needed assistance to reach safety after a kitchen fire went out of control Tuesday evening in Iowa City.
Top-ranked North Scott learns from loss to Class 3A No. 3 Iowa City West
North Scott and Iowa City West have both learned over the years that rankings in April don't mean much when it comes to June.
Report: Iowa City police sees positive trends in traffic stops
IOWA CITY - Iowa City police are as likely to cite whites as minorities following traffic stops, according to a new report presented to the Iowa City Council.
How Iowa City police, schools are ramping up to assess threats of violence
IOWA CITY - For more than a decade, the University of Iowa has employed a team trained to assess potential threats and prevent violence on campus.
Hoover school demolition shouldn't be on Iowa City ballot, Iowa Supreme Court rules
IOWA CITY - The Iowa Supreme Court has ruled unanimously in favor of the Iowa City Community School District, reversing a 2017 District Court decision saying the school district should have put on the ballot a question about demolishing the former Hoover Elementary.
Iowa City West girls' soccer quickly returning to winning ways
IOWA CITY - Iowa City West has a proud girls' soccer tradition.
What it would cost to replace 'hostile' benches on Iowa City Ped Mall
IOWA CITY - It would cost almost $150,000 to replace the new benches on the Iowa City Ped Mall with ones that are more conducive to the needs of homeless people who sleep on them.
Iowa City school board candidates on how to better support students
IOWA CITY - Seven candidates are seeking four seats on the Iowa City school board in Tuesday's election.
How renowned novelist Kurt Vonnegut Jr. wound up in Iowa City
How did renowned novelist Kurt Vonnegut Jr. wind up in Iowa City?
Prep report: Muskie cross country teams place in top five in Iowa City
Muscatine's Rylee Blake and Owen Hazelwood showed again Thursday that the Muscatine girls and boys cross country teams can continue to rely on the two for consistency.
Iowa City Regina boys' soccer wins seventh state championship in 10 years
Freshman Alec Wick scores twice as No. 1 Regals (18-3) claim 1A crown, 2-1, over No. 3 Des Moines Christian BOYS' STATE SOCCER 2018 ARTICLES 08:15PM | Sat, June 02, 2018 Iowa City Regina's Alec Wick (19) and goalie Josh Dutchik celebrate after the Regals' 2-1 win over Des Moines Christian in the 1A boys soccer state championship at Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines on Saturday, June 2, 2018. (Liz Martin/The Gazette) DES MOINES — Tasked with slowing the highest-scoring offense in…
Iowa City's cyclocross World Cup races draw top European, American riders to Midwest
IOWA CITY - The best of the best international cyclocross racers are expected to ascend Mount Krumpit once again next weekend.
Six months after rental moratorium, Iowa City approves new rules for rental housing
It's been nearly six months since new rental permits for single-family and duplex properties have been issued for residences in Iowa City's core neighborhoods.
Officer involved shooting (UPDATE: 05/20/15)
Roettgen Update Carl Clayton Roettgen, 31, has been arrested in Gulf Shores, Ala, according to a release from the Marshall Police Department Originally wanted for felony parole violation, Roettgen now faces three counts of first degree assault or attempted assault on a law enforcement officer, two counts of armed criminal action, one count of unlawful possession and one count of resisting arrest by fleeing and creating…
Elizabeth Warren addresses girl's concerns about school shootings at Iowa City stop
IOWA CITY - Six-year-old Avery Brower had practiced a question all day in case she met 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren at her rally on the University of Iowa campus Thursday evening.