Two freshman members of the University of Iowa wrestling team have been suspended after they were caught hunting rabbits on campus. According to University of Iowa Department of Public Safety Associate Director Lucy Wiederholt, Alex Meyer and Connor Ryan were hunting rabbits on the west side of campus on Tuesday. The address for the call […]
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A former University of Iowa wrestler said he is happy to have had his name cleared after domestic abuse charges against him were dismissed. Montell Marion, a four-time letter winner at Iowa and runner up at last year’s NCAA Championships at 141 pounds, was charged in August with domestic assault without intent to cause injury […]
An Iowa Hawkeyes running back was cited for disorderly house Thursday night. According to an Iowa City Police criminal complaint, officers were dispatched to 1311 W. Benton St., the home of 20-year-old sophomore De’Andre J. Johnson, at 11:27 p.m. for complaints of a loud party. Upon arrival, police observed about 50 people in the front […]
Hawkeye running back Marcus Binns was cited for shoplifting at the Coral Ridge Mall on Friday.
The Supreme Court of Iowa has ruled that the University of Iowa does not have to turn over some student records related to a 2007 sexual assault investigation on campus. Over the course of the Press-Citizen’s four-and-a-half year legal battle with the university over the records, the institution was forced to turn over hundreds of […]
Johnson County first responders put their emergency response skills to the test on Wednesday during a large scale recreation of a terrorist attack at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
An Iowa City lawyer says he was part of a UI process to determine whether Coker’s suspension from the team would be lifted.
The university’s silence leaves it unclear as to who at UI knew about the Coker investigation and when they knew it, and why Coker was suspended for the bowl game.
Pregame ceremonies at the Michigan game will honor nation’s veterans.
While night games at Kinnick Stadium bring a heightened level of excitement for Hawkeye fans, police said working the games has become fairly routine.