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Iowa City, IA 52246
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IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A University of Iowa residence hall was evacuated after a false report of an active shooter.
A university spokeswoman says Burge Residence Hall was evacuated around 5 p.m. Saturday after a student called police to report he had received a text message from a friend about an active shooter. The student’s friend urged him to contact police.
University police officers arrived as students were being evacuated. Minutes later, the student who made the initial report called the police department to say his friend had gotten back in touch with him to say he was joking.
- Family Storytime (October 15)
- R.E.A.D. Therapy Dogs (October 16)
- Senior Potluck (October 17)
- Meetings: Board of Adjustment (October 17), City Council (October 25)
- Teen Beetle Juice Party (October 22)
By Mike Thayer
Don't pay too much!
Go to 'Gas Buddy' at http://www.gasbuddy.com/GasPrices/IowaState/Johnson/796
The lowest prices as of this writing:
Cedar Rapids: $2.05 per gallon at Fas Fuel, 2349 Blairs Ferry Rd NE & I-380.
Coralville: $2.09 per gallon at Kum & Go, 205 2nd St & 2nd Ave.
Iowa City: $2.16 per gallon at Creekside Market, 300 Kirkwood Ave & Gilbert St.
North Liberty: $2.15 per gallon at BP, 1 Hawkeye Dr & IA-965.
Tiffin: $2.19 per gallon at The Depot Express, 221 W Marengo Rd near Ireland Ave.
- Meetings: Library Board of Trustees (October 5), Planning & Zoning Commission (October 5), City Council (October 11)
- 2016 Paul Engle Prize event; library closes at 5:00 pm (October 6)
- Family Night at the library (October 10)
- Skate Park Road Trip (October 13)
An Iowa City man was arrested after he allegedly tried to trespass into an Iowa City house while naked, and then defecated and urinated on the house's doorstep.
According to police complaints from the Iowa City Police Department, officers responded to a house at 12:28 a.m. Saturday in the 3300 block of Lower West Branch Road of Iowa City on a report of a naked man trying to trespass into the victim's house by pushing his way into the front door. The man had left the residence when police had arrived.
A resident of the house had identified the man as Thomas Larry Warren, 49, of Iowa City, whose clothes, wallet, car keys and driver's license had been left on their doorstep, according to the complaint. While on the property, Warren allegedly urinated and defecated on the doorstep.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Ia. — Gary and Lynn Stansbery lost nearly everything in Cedar Rapids' flood of 2008, including every photo of their children and all but one wedding photo. They left their home Sunday praying to be spared another disaster.
They happily joined thousands of residents and business owners who were permitted Wednesday to return to areas near the flooded Cedar River that had been evacuated earlier this week.
“When I heard we didn’t have a drop of water, I was jumping up and down,” Lynn Stansbery said.
The Iowa National Guard moved barricades overnight to reduce the size of the evacuation area, effectively reopening 2,500 properties in the downtown district and on the western side of the Cedar. The Stansbery home is on Eighth Street N.W., right on the border of the original evacuation zone, which affected properties that would be inundated if the river rose above 24 feet.
The river cleared 31 feet in 2008. On Tuesday, it crested just below 22 feet, with city leaders also crediting temporary protections they erected to guard vulnerable neighborhoods.
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