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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 residents face child endangerment, numerous drug charges after DHS visit

A visit from the Department of Human Services earlier this year has led to the arrests of a pair of Iowa City residents. 34-year-old Matthew Stewart Stoneking and 23-year-old Kathryn Ann Lincoln were booked into the Johnson County Jail just after midnight Tuesday.

Coralville woman berates officer, insults officer's wife, uses racial slurs during OWI arrest

A Coralville woman faces charges that she berated an officera including using racial slursa during a drunk driving stop Monday night. An Iowa City Police officer pulled over 27-year-old Mary Davis of 20th Avenue Place for speeding almost 20 miles over the limit on Scott Boulevard east of 1st Avenue just before 5:15pm.

Wrong-way driver arrested on weapons charge

Iowa City Police observed 20-year-old Clayton Thomas Brecht of Cedar Rapids driving northbound on North Dodge Street near Bloomington Street just before 9:30pm Monday. Brecht was pulled over, and officers noticed his vehicle smelled of marijuana.

Coralville leaders don't expect parking problems with new arena

After years of planning, the city of Coralville broke ground on the $190-million Iowa Arena project last month. But city leaders say the question keeps coming up.

Solarize Johnson County reaches first goal

Johnson County officials are calling a new program to add more solar power in the area a success, at least in part. A pair of Iowa City residents recently signed contracts to add solar panels to their homes, officially pushing the county past its first goal of reaching 50 kilowatts of solar power in the county.

Second person charged in theft of - abandoned' vehicle

A second person has been charged with the theft a vehicle in Iowa City last summer which they thought was legal because the car was abandoned. Police on Saturday officially charged Sharolyn Evans-Robi, 70, of Timber Wolf Drive in North Liberty, with 1st Degree Theft and Forgery.

Man accused in theft of 40 pounds of marijuana agrees to plea deal

A second person accused in the theft of several pounds of marijuana in Iowa City has agreed to a plea deal. Details of the deal for Benjamin Brewer, 30, of Cedar Rapids, have not been released.

ICPD charges transient for camping and defecating on Shelter House property

Iowa City Police were called to the Southgate Avenue shelter twice on Thursday after reports that a male subject who had been banned from Shelter House for theft had been trespassing on the property, including defecating on multiple occasions. An investigation determined that 44-year-old Jose Antonio Tollinchi Rivera had built a camp on the property.

IC man arrested after fighting his own reflection

Iowa City Police were called to Bo James on East Washington Street just before 2am Wednesday after a report of a male banging on the glass windows. 23-year-old Joshua Job Brausey of North Linn Street was found leaning against the door.

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Second person charged in IC fight involving knives and pepper spray

A second suspect has been arrested in connection with a fight involving knives and pepper spray last month in Iowa City. 27-year-old Ryan Douglas Bacon was booked into the Johnson County Jail earlier this week on a Disorderly Conduct charge.

Friday marks 10th anniversary of 2008 floods for Iowa City and Coralville

All this week, Iowa communities have looked back ten years after the 2008 floods hit city by city. On June 15, ten years ago, the flood struck Johnson County, putting Coralville and Iowa City underwater.

Riverside Road work on track for July completion

Washington County Engineer Jacob Thorius said today that work on the Riverside Road project has been slightly delayed due to equipment issues beyond the contractors' control, but the project still is on track to be completed in about a month. He said this morning that on the south end, the majority of pavement was down, but there still is some shoulder work to do.

Iowa Wave shirt back in gold, organizers hope to raise $1 million for children's hospital

Instead of "Back in Black", The Iowa Wave is back in gold and has a big goal set for this year. On September 2, 2017, nearly 70,000 people stood together at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City and waved to children staying at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.

ICU telemedicine reduces interhospital ICU transfers of critically ill patients

Only a minority of intensive care units in smaller, community, and regional ICUs in the United States hire intensivists to provide advanced critical care, but many employ ICU telemedicine to help fill the gap. The Veteran's Administration has implemented a Tele-ICU program to provide remote access to comprehensive acute care expertise for smaller, community, and regional ICUs in its health system.

Child rescued from drowning

A child was saved Wednesday afternoon after being found unresponsive in the Columbus Community Swimming Pool, a news release from the Columbus Junction Police Department said. According to the report, at 4:09 p.m., Wednesday, June 13, a 911 call was made to the Louisa County Sheriff's Office reporting an unresponsive child at the pool.

IC man accused of attacking girlfriend, throwing man's head into wall

An Iowa City man faces charges that he attacked his girlfriend and threw a man's head through a wall. 29-year-old Alan Clayton Myers was booked into the Johnson County Jail just before 12:30 Thursday morning.

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Woman accused in death of infant at IC daycare pleads not guilty

Trial is scheduled to start in August for an Iowa City woman after she pleaded not guilty to charges she was drunk the day an infant died in her care. Court records show Wendy Young, 49, of 3rd Avenue, entered the written plea on Tuesday.

Spirit Ride stops in Washington

About 30 first responders - police, paramedics, rescue personnel and tow truck drivers - attended the Spirit Ride in Washington Tuesday morning and every one of them had a story of a close call they had with a motorist while responding to an emergency. Sgt. Doug Rupe of the Iowa State Patrol recalled an incident that happened recently when he was removing tire debris from Highway 218.

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