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Chris Nelson announced he is seeking a third term on the Ames City Council Monday.
Democrats have a nominee for the special election called to fill the vacancy in Iowa House District 46.
Three candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination for the vacant Iowa House District 46 seat.
Amber Corrieri is seeking a promotion from Ames voters.
Iowa State University Relations Executive Director John McCarroll will serve his last day at Iowa State Tuesday, after 22 years full of changes.
Story County Democrats will soon have their candidate for Iowa House District 46.
Ross Wilburn, diversity officer and associate program director for community and economic development for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, is seeking the Democratic nomination for the vacant Iowa House District 46 seat.
John McCarroll, executive director of University Relations at Iowa State, will retire from his position effective July 2. Jacy Johnson, director of advancement for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, will succeed McCarroll as head of a revamped unit the next day.
Gov. Kim Reynolds has appointed Jim Kurtenchbach as director of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services. He will take the position effective July 1.
The concerns Iowa State students and others who rent in Ames have with renting properties were laid out before the City Council by the Ex Officio Student Liaison Devyn Leeson during Tuesday’s meeting.
Ambiguity hangs in the air as the Ames City Council works to balance its goals of increasing affordable housing options and preserving the character of owner-occupied neighborhoods. With state legislation invalidating the rental cap ordinance, the council looked toward the enforcement of previous ordinances, but not without a word from the public.
Ex Officio Student Liaison to Ames City Council Devyn Leeson discussed issues important to those who rent in Ames, such as health and safety hazards, during Tuesday’s council meeting.
Collin Richards pleaded guilty to first-degree murder Friday in the killing of Celia Barquín Arozamena on Sept. 17.
Tuition at Iowa State is officially going up for the next academic year.
The Collegiate United Methodist Church brass played somber tones before the the Iowa State Alumni Association's annual Memorial Day ceremony began Monday at the Alumni Center.
Students may be facing a tuition increase of 3.9-4.9 percent after the Board of Regents approves the upcoming year's tuition plan. As the price of attending college steadily rises, students may want to keep a closer eye on the fees that accumulate on their U-Bills and what they are used for.
The iconic statue memorializing Iowa State football player Jack Trice will no longer watch guard over the stadium named in his honor.
Student Government confirmed 14 members of cabinet and voted on finance bills at their final meeting of the semester Wednesday.
As presidential candidates move through Iowa for caucus season, one student group at Iowa State is drawing their eyes to a specific cause: children.
Student Government will host its final meeting of the semester Wednesday in which they will confirm 14 members of cabinet and see three finance bills.
Iowa State is taking strides to improve sustainability efforts, which campus will celebrate this upcoming week through Earth Day events.
Members of the Ames community gathered to walk around Campustown on Wednesday in an effort to make the Iowa State community safer.
Businessman turned politician Vicente Fox, the former president of Mexico, will talk Thursday about the relations between the United States and Mexico in the era of Trump.
Student Government will confirm members of cabinet and seat members of the Senate Wednesday in its first meeting of the new Senate.
Student Government is sponsoring the OneLove: Escalation Workshop, from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Pioneer Room of the Memorial Union.
Iowa State student and community leaders assembled to celebrate the inauguration of the new Student Government president and vice president.
Student Government discussed transparency, an issue with a previous presidential candidate and a resolution to bring scooters to campus at their Wednesday meeting.
Student Government leadership will be changing hands as Austin Graber and Vishesh Bhatia take their places as student body president and vice president of Iowa State at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Student Government hosted a Civic Engagement 101 event to prepare students for the 2020 election cycle Tuesday in the Pioneer Room of the Memorial Union.
The Board of Regents will meet April 18, but a first reading of 2019-20 tuition rates is not currently on the meeting agenda due to a lack of certainty regarding the state budget.
Student Government will introduce bylaw changes and a recommendation to bring a scooter service to campus at their Wednesday meeting.
Juan Bibiloni will lead the final Student Government meeting of his term as vice president on Wednesday night.
Austin Graber and Vishesh Bhatia have been elected as the next Student Government president and vice president with 54 percent of the vote.
Student Government approved the annual allocation recommendations for the Student Government accounts and the allocations for student organizations at their Wednesday meeting.
Iowa State students will vote to decide the future leaders of the student body during Student Government elections on March 12 and 13.
After white nationalist Nick Fuentes visited Iowa State’s campus Wednesday night, multiple student organizations have taken steps to distance themselves from the event.
Student Government saw two different proposals to resolve their previous endorsement of Iowa Senate File 274 and House File 316 at their Wednesday meeting.
Nicholas Fuentes, host of “America First” who has said he could be accurately described as a white nationalist, as he is both “white” and a “nationalist,” will likely be coming to Iowa State Wednesday.