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As the last major Democratic candidate to enter the party’s presidential primary, Tom Steyer started off weeks, and in many cases months, behind his opponents in the race.
University President Wendy Wintersteen delivered her State of the University address titled, “Writing the Next Chapter of Innovation and Excellence” on Wednesday.
Student Government sat senators to committees and passed bills that provided funding for office equipment and transferred funds into the Student Activity Fee Reserve at Wednesday’s meeting.
Ames voters rejected funding for a $29 million bond to fund the long-planned Healthy Life Center in a referendum Tuesday.
Student Government will be seating senators to committees and voting on three bills, with a first look at reallocating Dance Marathon funds to serve a different purpose.
Gov. Kim Reynolds appointed a new director of the Iowa Department of Human Services Thursday, with Kelly Kennedy Garcia set to replace Interim Director Gerd Clabaugh Nov. 1.
Americans have one of the lowest voter turnout rates in the developed world, compounded with tens of millions not even registered to vote.
Ames City Council will be meeting Tuesday evening where they will reconvene and potentially postpone amendments to the zoning code, the rental code, and the creation of a new chapter 35, which establishes zoning regulation for the permitting and licensing of guest lodging to an uncertain date.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., kicked off his “Grassroots College Campus Tailgate Tour” Sunday at Iowa State with a call for action aimed at younger voters.
Do you think we should vote for or against the Healthy Life Center (HLC) and why?
The American public as a whole has shifted steadily to being more supportive of LGBTQIA+ rights over the past twenty years.
S.E. Cupp kicked off the 2019 Greenlee Summit.
Student Government reviewed three bills Wednesday night. Bills for funding for a computer for a soon-to-be-hired administrative assistant, funding for a new office proxy lock system for the Student Government office and moving $13,000 to a Student Activity Fee Reserve will be voted on next week.
A new Democrat has entered the race to take on incumbent Republican Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Red Oak.
Student Government will be voting on funding for an office proxy lock and an office computer tomorrow evening.
When ABC and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced the 10 candidates who qualified for the Sept. 12 debate, 10 other candidates actively seeking the Democratic presidential nomination were left off the stage.
On Nov. 9, 2015, Kathryn and Jeffrey Schussler woke up to knocking on their door.
On a Cyclone football game day in Ames, the number of people within city limits — and the number of cars within city limits — increases significantly.
Labor Day was made a federal holiday for employees of the U.S. government in 1894, originally scheduled as a day to celebrate labor and the trade union movement.
Iowa Democrats will likely not be holding virtual caucuses in 2020, despite months of planning by the state party. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) torpedoed the work of the Iowa Democratic Party to expand access to voting in the caucuses to those unable to physically attend them.
Alex Krumm, Student Government's new adviser, plans to teach students how to be successful leaders, provide support and guidance when needed and use his past experiences to develop and grow Iowa State.
As the voting date to approve the bond referendum for the Healthy Life Center approaches, visitors express concerns for accessibility for all socio-economic status, environmental compatibility and overall costs.
Iowa State’s Student Government held its first meeting last night, where they introduced their new adviser and approved four new members.
Retired United States Navy Admiral and former Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Pa., will speak at the Story County Democrats meeting 7:45 p.m. Thursday. The event will be at the Ames Public Library.
Only 10 Democrats have qualified for the next presidential debate — winnowing the field and ensuring there will only be one debate night — Sept. 12.
Former Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill., a national talk show host and former Illinois congressman announced Sunday he will enter the Republican Party primary against President Donald Trump for the presidential nomination.
Iowa State’s Student Government will be holding its first meeting of the semester Wednesday. On their docket is confirming various seats, seating a senator to Frederiksen Court, providing funding to multiple groups and updating the Student Government Student Initiatives committee in the articles of cooperation with Graduate and Professional Student Senate.
Throughout the summer, Iowa State had multiple construction projects around campus that renovated and revamped the area. The Student Innovation Center, Sports Performance Center and Reiman Gardens-Southwest Corner Improvements were some of the big projects that students can now see the effects of.
UPDATE: This story has been updated to note the campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders is active on the Iowa State campus.
The Ames City Council will be meeting Tuesday to discuss various initiatives, such as firework permits for Jack Trice football games and liquor license approvals of renewal for local stores and restaurants, and provide a resolution of support for Healthy Life Center.
Rep. Steve King, R-Storm Lake, faces three primary challengers in his bid for renomination in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District. This is the first time he faces a serious challenge for the Republican nomination since he was first elected in 2002.
The man who admitted to killing Celia Barquín Arozamena received a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole at a hearing in Nevada Friday, with both her family and those in the legal system agreeing justice had been served.
The man who pleaded guilty to murdering Celia Barquín Arozamena was sentenced to life in prison Friday.
Planned Parenthood finds itself in a battle with Republicans as President Donald Trump’s administration implements new guidelines on abortion.
CyRide’s bus tracking system is changing in time for the start of the next semester. The service “will implement a transition to a new real-time predictive bus service” starting Monday.
Rep. Steve King, R-Storm Lake, has brought Iowa’s 4th Congressional District under the spotlight, with international attention being given to his comments on rape and incest Wednesday.
All bets are on as Iowa is set to legalize sports gambling at noon Thursday.
Ames City Council unanimously approved three memorandums and a lease agreement in preparation for the construction of the Healthy Life Center in its Aug. 13 meeting. Ames voters will decide on the $29 million bond issue for the center’s construction on Sept. 10.