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IC man accused of pointing firearm at girlfriend during domestic dispute

An Iowa City man faces charges that he aimed a firearm at his girlfriend during a domestic dispute. Iowa City Police were called to the Wayne Avenue residence of 28-year-old Isiah Bryant just after 5:45 Friday night. The alleged victim’s mother reported that Bryant had pulled a gun on her daughter. Bryant and the woman have been dating for 12 years and share a child together.
IOWA CITY, IA
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Car vaults, rolls off Highway 151 due to "medical event," Linn County Sheriff says

LINN COUNTY, Iowa - (Iowa's News Now) — The Linn County Sheriff's Office says one person was injured when his car vaulted over a road between Springville and Anamosa. The crash happened just before 2 pm Saturday. The sheriff's office, along with Linn County Rescue, Jones County Sheriff deputies, and first responders from Anamosa responded to the crash on Highway 151 near Taylor Road.
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One person hurt in Saturday crash in Linn County

SPRINGVILLE, Iowa (KCRG) - A crash involving one vehicle in rural Linn County resulted in injuries to one person, according to law enforcement officials. At around 1:56 p.m. on Saturday, July 2, the Linn County Sheriff’s Department was sent to a report of a crash near the intersection of U.S. Highway 151 and Taylor Road, located northeast of Springville. Deputies arrived and found a crashed 2012 Ford Escape, which they believe entered the south ditch, causing it to vault over Taylor Road and roll on nearby private property.
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Browning trial moved again

The trial for Roy Browning, an Iowa City man accused of killing his wife, will be moved for a sixth time. The decision was made after a judge met with the defense and prosecution attorneys behind closed doors. The trial, which was most recently set to begin on July 12,...
IOWA CITY, IA
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Iowa Football Recruiting: 5-Star OT Kadyn Proctor Commits to Hawkeyes

College football recruiting is a wild ride for all parties involved. Coaching staffs invest enormous amounts of time, effort and energy into identifying and courting the right talent to fit into their program. Players spend just as much time sending out film, attending camps, making visits and talking with coaching staffs. And for fans, there are varying degrees of interest in the world of recruiting, but there’s no denying fans want their team to have good players.
IOWA CITY, IA
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Vehicle stolen in Iowa City recovered after Washington County police chase

A vehicle stolen in Iowa City has been recovered following a police chase in Washington County. According to Washington County dispatch records, deputies were out with a stolen vehicle near the Riverside Casino and Golf Resort just before 12:30 Saturday morning. A police chase ensued on Highway 22 including multiple deputies from various departments and the Iowa State Patrol. The driver eventually abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot.
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Convenient Care expands hours

Residents of Eldridge and northern Scott County will have increased access to health care when Genesis Convenient Care, Eldridge expands to full-time hours beginning July 5, according to a news release. Convenient Care, at 301 N. 4th Ave. at the Eldridge Family Practice clinic, opened in October 2019 to offer...
ELDRIDGE, IA
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63 Days Until Iowa Hawkeyes Football: Justin Britt

Continuing with our countdown to the start of Iowa’s 2022 football campaign, we profile an offensive lineman who notched the first three starts of his career last season and who is hoping to solidify a permanent spot in the starting lineup during his junior year. Justin Britt – RS...
IOWA CITY, IA
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Iowa AD Gary Barta praises B1G's additions of USC, UCLA

The B1G’s expansion move in adding USC and UCLA set waves across college athletics Thursday. While the full fallout is yet to be determined, immediate reactions from within the conference have been positive. In Iowa City, Iowa AD Gary Barta praised the move while saying the two new programs...
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Iowa City Public Library stops charging overdue fines

The Iowa City Public Library will no longer charge fines for overdue books or other materials. ICPL eliminated overdue fines on books for children and young adults in May 2019. Now that no-fine policy will apply to everything on loan at the library. “Creating financial barriers to public library use...
IOWA CITY, IA
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Iowa City woman arrested after being allegedly damaging cars while naked

An Iowa City woman was taken into custody late Wednesday night after allegedly damaging cars while wearing no clothes. Police say they came upon 36-year-old Clare King of East Court Street in the 500 block of East Davenport Street a little after 11:30 pm, after getting a call about someone stumbling down the road and damaging vehicles. She reportedly fell into the grass, and had no clothes on. King allegedly had slurred speech, didn’t know where she was, made statements that didn’t make sense, had excited emotions, bloodshot watery eyes, and the odor of ingested alcohol.
IOWA CITY, IA
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Kevin Huerter Traded to Sacramento Kings

The Atlanta Hawks have traded Kevin Huerter to the Sacramento Kings for Justin Holiday, Mo Harkless, and a future first-round pick. Sacramento has prioritized shooting this offseason by drafting Iowa Hawkeyes forward Keegan Murray, signing Lakers guard Malik Monk, and now trading for Huerter. Atlanta was looking to shake up the roster and Huerter seemed to be the odd man out after the team drafted Duke Blue Devils wing, AJ Griffin. The Hawks pick up some draft capital for sending the talented shooter to the Kings.
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Jazz fest turnout shows the genre is alive and well

I arrived at the Iowa City Jazz Festival a little after 5:00 p.m., greeted by the sounds of the Crystal Rebone Trio — a band consisting of upright bass, saxophone, and guitar — and the site of thousands of people. While some might call jazz a dying genre, the attendance numbers show that the love is still there.
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