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Iowa City was once the capital of both the Iowa Territory and then later the state of Iowa. Today the Old Capitol building stands in the center of the University of Iowa as a tourist attraction and an integral part of the University. Hamburg Inn is a local landmark that has been featured on The West Wing and is considered to be a campaign stop for political candidates such as Bill Clinton and Ronald Regan. Notable residents of Iowa City have included politician Bob Barr, guitarist Brian Bell (Weezer), and candy maker Russell Stover.

Population: 62220
Local Newspapers: Press-Citizen Cedar Rapids Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Cedar Rapids Kernels Cedar Rapids RoughRiders Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: University of Iowa

Zip Codes associated with iowa city, iowa: 52240 52241 52242 52245 52246
Towns/Cities near iowa city, iowa : North Liberty West Branch Williamsburg Coralville Tiffin

Iowa City News
IC Man upset over noise arrested for Domestic Assault

An Iowa City man upset that a woman in his home was playing music too loud has been arrested for allegedly assaulting her. Police were called to the residence in the 200 block of Washington Street on Sunday at 10:30pm on reports of an assault.

Cone Zone: Iowa City Gateway Project Update

Still, traffic can get tight in the area and drivers have to be very aware in this stretch of Iowa City. On Monday southbound traffic on Dubuque Street will shift to the new, elevated pavement beginning just North of Kimball Road.

JoCo EMA, IC Animal Services hold animal rescue training in Swisher and on Coralville Lake

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals sponsored animal water rescue training this weekend at the Swisher Fire Station and on Coralville Lake. Training sessions were held Saturday and Sunday.

3 Arrested in Ped Mall brawl

Iowa City Police were called to the 100 block of South Dubuque Street just before 1:30 Sunday morning for a fight in progress. Online records show 23-year-old Jacob James Lester and 18-year-old Saivon Jaquan Lester, both of Benton Drive, were arrested for Disorderly Conduct and Interference with Official Acts.

Transient accused of threatening staff, patrons of IC restaurant while begging for money

Allegedly threatening the customers and staff of an Iowa City restaurant while begging for money has led to a local transient's arrest. Iowa City Police were called to Little Caesar's on Hollywood Boulevard just before 1pm on July 25th after Hunley allegedly began threatening staff and customers.

Report of dog in hot car leads to Riverside woman's arrest while on a fireworks run

Iowa City Police initially made contact with Spears on July 1st after receiving reports of a dog locked in a hot car in the Walmart parking lot on Highway 1 West. When Spears returned to her car, she told officers she did not have her driver's license with her.

IC man who shot himself in the testicle arrested on firearms charges

Iowa City Police pulled over 25-year-old Dante Tyrone Beard just before 3:45 Friday afternoon as he was driving on the 500 block of South Gilbert Street. Investigators say Beard had an expired registration, as well as valid search warrants for his vehicle and residence.

Iowa City man leads police on high speed overnight chase

Police say that about 12:15 Friday morning, 20 year-old Timothy Ryan of East Burlington Street was observed making a u-turn on his motorcycle while traveling on I380 from northbound to southbound. He then passed the officer, who was stationary, at a high rate of speed.

Pedersen's lawyer asks for hearing on competency

Washington County Attorney John Gish said Friday morning a competency hearing will be scheduled for Clarence Dean Pedersen, 64, who faces charges of first-degree murder in the death of Ed Jones, after Pedersen's attorneys filed a motion for the hearing. While a hearing listed in court documents as "further proceedings" was scheduled Friday morning, it did not occur.

Randall (Randy) Eugene Cain, 64

Randall Eugene Cain, 64, died Sunday, Aug. 12, in the comfort of his own home. Randy was born May 14, 1954 in Iowa City, Iowa the son of Edward Eugene and Jane Lee Cain.

Cedar Rapids prepares to open city's second roundabout, says more to come

Engineers in the city of Cedar Rapids say it is behind, compared to other nearby cities, when it comes to transforming streetlights into traffic circles. On Wednesday, the city held a "mobile open house" outside of Hoover Elementary prior to the opening of the city's second roundabout.

Early voting set in IC council primary

Early voting for the September 4th Iowa City primary will begin Wednesday, August 22nd at the auditor's office, 913 S. Dubuque St. In-person early voting will be available at the auditor's office weekdays 7:45 to 5:30 through Friday, August 31st. The office will be closed Monday, September 3rd for Labor Day.

Suspect sought in assault on East Washington Street

Iowa City Police say the incident took place a little after 1 a.m. in the 700 block of East Washington Street. Police say the victim reported being grabbed and tackled by the perpetrator before getting free and running to safety.

Teen Fights for Survival at Iowa Hospital After Headache Leads to Life-Changing Diagnosis

An Illinois teen is fighting for his life after what he thought was a headache turned out to be a life-threatening condition. Christopher Bunch, a 14-year-old aspiring YouTube personality about to start his freshman year in high school told his family that his head started hurting after a football practice last week.

Some eastern Iowa schools face special education teacher shortage days ahead of new school year

Most students will be back in school next week but a teacher shortage could set some districts back, most notably on special education. The Iowa Department of Education says this type of shortage isn't just happening in Iowa, it's happening across the country.

Teen fighting for life after headache leads to life-changing diagnosis

An Iowa teen is fighting for his life after what he thought was a headache turned out to be a life-threatening condition. Christopher Bunch, a 14-year-old aspiring YouTube personality about to start his freshman year in high school, told his family his head started hurting after a football practice last week.

Farmer stays hopeful amid U.S.-China trade war

On the Walton farm near Iowa City, Iowa, this year's soybean crop is as good as it gets. But out here, most days are not easy, but Dave Walton finds the good in most days.

(Earle) Allan Robinson II

Allan Robinson, II, 66, of Des Moines, died Sunday, August 12, 2018, at the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City. He was born July 24, 1952, in Des Moines, the son of Skip and Peggy Carmichael Robinson.

IC mayor pens second draft of letter against I-380 expansion

Iowa City Mayor Jim Throgmorton has presented a second draft of his letter to the Department of Transportation asking it not to expand Interstate 380 to six lanes. Throgmorton says in the letter to Mark Lowe, Iowa DOT director, the city has "serious concerns" about the proposal, which would add one lane in each direction between the soon-to-be built Forevergreen Road interchange and Highway 30. He says the city praises and strongly supports other modes of public transit the DOT tries, saying they need to move from "transportation planning" to evaluating alternative land development and transportation scenarios for the Cedar Rapids-Iowa City corridor.

Motion to dismiss denied, trial delayed in Coralville man's sexual assault trial

A judge has delayed trial for a Coralville man accused of sexually assaulting a teenager after denying a motion to dismiss the case entirely. Court records show Judge Ian Thornhill last month sided with the prosecution in its resistance to the motion to dismiss the case against Terrence White, 36, of 5th Street.

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