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The application deadline for stimulus checks in Johnson County passed Friday. Here's how many residents are seeking the $1,400 checks, and what comes next.

Matthew Peterson, commandant of the Iowa Veterans Home, will serve as interim director for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The one thing that seems clear is that in a country where anyone can buy a gun... just about anything can lead to the mass slaughter of ordinary people and innocent children, writes Mary Allen.

Verizon is the latest company to announce a price increase. Here are the price changes that will begin in June for Verizon wireless customers.

After leaving the bases loaded several times early, the #Hawkeyes  offense busted through in the middle frames for a big win over Penn State. Michigan next.

How do you grill your burgers? (And are you doing it right?)

Memorial Day is Monday, and you might be wondering if your bank is open or if you'll get mail on the holiday. Here's what you need to know.

Airline travelers across the country have faced a significant number of cancellations over Memorial Day weekend.

There are other things you can grill this weekend than burgers and brats.

Congratulations to the City High class of 2022 graduates! See photos from Saturday's commencement ceremony here.


#Uber starts service in Iowa City today; first rides at 11 a.m.

"We have a culture right now — and certainly a president — that specializes in pitting us against each other," Buttigieg said.

Mollie Tibbetts' brother had a request of the hundreds gathered for his sister's vigil: meet someone you didn't know before and make a friend out of them.

The union representing graduate student workers at the University of Iowa staged a "die-in" on the Pentacrest on Thursday to demonstrate their concerns over COVID-19 protocols they want to see strengthened on campus.

The Press-Citizen Editorial Board is looking to the Midwest for its champion. Here’s why:

As cases in Iowa continue to rise, board members said Tuesday that they didn't want to risk children and staff contracting the disease and spreading it around the community.