Linn County voter eligibility challenge raises questions about election misconduct

A cancelled voter eligibility challenge hearing set for Wednesday would have questioned the current citizenship status of a Linn County resident who voted as a non-U.S. citizen in 2012.


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Neighboring property owners have filed an appeal with Iowa City Board of Adjustment in an effort to stop an Iowa City couple's plans to build a home designed to resemble Kinnick Stadium.



Some Iowa City classrooms will have fewer students starting this fall.


Dozens of flags retired at ceremony in Robins


Waterloo schools approve Central Middle School renovations


The surprising origin of Dippin' Dots


Iowa doctor attends Cancer Moonshot Summit


Law enforcement, researchers look to halt drowsy driving in Iowa


Ambulance service redistricting to preserve response time


Boy with mysterious illness walking again


Mausoleum at Muscatine cemetery again vandalized


Man rides out storm on roof after attempting to rescue woman


Police: Officers shoot, kill Iowa bank robbery suspect


Court upholds dismissal of Keokuk schools sex abuse lawsuit


Council Bluffs woman dies after being hit by truck


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Transgender woman arrested in Iowa settles lawsuit


Traveling the Mississippi River on plastic bottles


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Dubuque police make multiple arrests in recent disturbance


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