The issues women face when seeking elected office were discussed in a lecture Thursday at Iowa State.
Plans for building gender-neutral bathrooms in two Ames parks gained the Ames City Council’s attention Tuesday night.
Voters value experience when choosing a candidate for president, but they also have concerns about the age of the people they are voting for. …
Ames City Council showed concerns of the language of the Ames Residential Satisfaction Survey at Tuesday night’s meeting.
Ames City Council will continue its 18-month discussion about the creation of a new chapter of the municipal code, chapter 35, which will incl…
Click2Gov experienced a data breach that impacted nearly 1,500 people who paid parking tickets online through the City of Ames website.
Ames City Council moved to take action on the Internet Feasibility Plan Study and the relocation of Starbucks and determined the jurisdiction of the all-inclusive sidewalk.
The Ames City Council biweekly meeting will start earlier at 5 p.m. Tuesday to discuss an internet feasibility study, regulations surrounding the all-inclusive sidewalk, Ames Plan 2040 and a proposed application for new CyRide routes and increased frequency.
An assault and potential stabbing occurred late Sunday between 5th and 7th St. on Carroll Ave.
A special meeting has been called by the Ames City Council for a request to approve the repair costs of a unit in one of the two steam turbine-generator units in the Ames Power Plant.
The Iowa Board of Regents will be meeting Wednesday and Thursday to discuss various initiatives that affect the students and community of Ames.
The killing of Celia Barquín Arozamena on Sept. 17, 2018, made international news for its judicial and sporting perspectives, and led the Iowa State and Ames community to seek justice and answers.
The Iowa State-Iowa football game showed a high spike in citations compared to other games.
Ames voters rejected funding for a $29 million bond to fund the long-planned Healthy Life Center in a referendum Tuesday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Ames City Council will convene Tuesday to review a request from Iowa State on cooperation between the City and the university on their Principles of Community Campaign.
There are two seasons in the Midwest—winter and construction—and Ames is still in the heat of construction season.
Voting rights advocates around the country held candle-light vigils Tuesday night, demanding Congress restore protections of the 1965 Voting Rights Act (VRA).
The former mayor of Iowa City and an Iowa State Extension associate program director, Ross Wilburn, will represent Campustown and the Iowa State campus in the state legislature.
The Ames Police Department is investigating a suspected armed robbery that took place early Monday at Doc’s Stop, 2720 E. 13th Street.
CyRide will purchase new buses with electric batteries with funds it received from a federal grant.
Ames Mayor John Haila proclaimed the week of Aug. 11-17 as American Wind Week on Tuesday.
The Ames City Council will be voting on ASSET (Analysis of Social Services Evaluation Team) funding priorities Tuesday night. The vote will either approve the current funding cycle for fiscal year 2020/21 and its priorities, or offer reprioritization.
The Ames City Council reviewed future development and land use scenarios presented by RDG Planning and Design during a workshop Tuesday.
The Ames City Council is set to participate in a workshop regarding the Ames 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Inis Grove Park’s current playground is closing forever Wednesday, in preparation for its replacement with an “all-inclusive playground.”
The Ames City Council met Tuesday immediately following a meeting of the Ames Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO). Council discussed public improvements near Campustown, along with various other issues.