Week in Review: News you may have missed

Each Monday, The Daily Iowan will provide a recap of the prior week’s local news in brief. Here are four local news topics from this past week that you may have missed or want to read again.     Hawks in the NFL: Clayborn enters pivotal season in contract year Four years ago, Adrian Clayborn became the […]

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New information: Weekend Pedestrian Mall shooting

One suspect believed to be involved in a weekend shooting on the downtown Pedestrian Mall remains at-large, while another was arrested Sunday, police said. According to an Iowa City police report, at 1:36 a.m. law enforcement officers on foot heard the sound of gun shots on the Ped Mall. Iowa City police Sgt. Chris Akers […]

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Prime Time: Larson, Nove advance to finals

By Kyle Mann kyle-mann@uiowa.edu Top-seeded Dan Ahrens’ team entered the night as the favorite to win the league title. Led by Hawkeye Jarrod Uthoff, Ahrens’ squad was versatile and deep with talent, but they had their hands full when they ran into the league’s hottest team. Anchored by Adam Woodbury’s 24 points and 17 rebounds, […]

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Baseball: Clement to coach Iowa

Former Major League Baseball player Jeff Clement has joined Iowa head coach Rick Heller’s staff as a volunteer assistant coach, the team announced Thursday. Clement was the No. 3-overall pick in the 2005 MLB Draft. “We are excited and fortunate to add Jeff to our coaching staff,” Heller said. “Jeff will do a great job […]

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Marble signs with Magic

After competing in the NBA Summer League, former Iowa guard Devyn Marble has signed with the Orlando Magic. The details of the contract were not disclosed due to team policy. Marble — who will wear No. 11 with Orlando — averaged 12.5 points per game, 3.4 rebounds per game and 2.4 assists per game during […]

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North Liberty starts a new farmers’ market

Starting this August, North Liberty will hold a new farmers’ market. This is the first time the city has had a farmer’s market since 2011, which was ran by the city’s recreation department. The new Penn Landing Market will kick off with live music and food on noon at Aug. 3, and will continue from […]

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Basabe looking to continue career in Europe

The following is an excerpt from a Q&A session with former Iowa basketball player Melsahn Basabe. Pick up a copy of Wednesday’s Daily Iowan or go to dailyiowan.com to read the full story. DI: So you are staying focused on basketball; do you want to play overseas or something like that? Basabe: Definitely, yeah. I signed with […]

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Four Iowa airports receive $7 million total from DOT

Four Iowa airports received more than $7 million total from the U.S Department of Transportation. Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, announced Tuesday that the money for the four airports will be for various rehabilitation and planning projects. The Cedar Rapids Airport received the bulk of the funding, with about $6.05 million going towards renovating the main […]

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Heat index expected to reach in the triple digits

With heat index reaching the triple digits, the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Tuesday. The advisory, which will last from noon to 7 p.m., is a result of the heat index reaching a range of 100 to 105 degrees. As a result, a number of Iowa City facilities are available for […]

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NEW: Iowa City Community School District Board names new member

The guiding body of the Iowa City Community School District unanimously voted to appoint its newest board member Monday, roughly one month after its president stepped down. Members of the Iowa City School Board voted 6-0 to appoint Orville Townsend, Sr. to fill the vacated seat of current board president Chris Lynch. Lynch left his seat […]

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