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The Center for Rural Affairs and the League of Women Voters of Ames & Story County will host a forum with local leaders 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Ames City Hall.
The Iowa Senate passed Senate File 274 by a margin of 35-11-3 Monday, which would allow student groups at regent universities to enforce religious rules barring certain identities from taking leadership roles within them.
The Iowa Senate passed a bill by a margin of 35-11-3 Monday that would allow student organizations at regent universities to enforce religious rules barring certain groups from taking leadership roles within them.
Three presidential candidates stopped by the annual Story County Democrats soup supper Saturday night, the Story Country Democrats’ largest fundraising event. California Sen. Kamala Harris, Julián Castro and John Hickenlooper shared their visions for the country, offered personal histories and shed light on the need for dialogue and action that may not always be comfortable.
The Iowa Legislature has brought back two bills that reignite a year-long debate over religious liberties and the free speech of student organizations at regent universities.
A federal court ruled Friday that Iowa State had not acted "deliberately indifferent" to former student Melissa Maher by waiting to take action until the hearing process after she was sexually assaulted by another student in 2014.
Tenured faculty at Iowa State may have some cause for relief as a recent bill proposing the abolishment of the title and its corresponding responsibilities, protections and status faces new uncertainty.
From a dry, record-setting cold, to a humid 50 degrees in February, Iowa is experiencing more of its sporadic weather events.
A border wall, trade protectionism and so-called “fake news” were not common focuses among politicians when Donald Trump started running for president, but now people can hardly go a day without hearing something on one of these topics.
Editor's Note: This is part three of an investigation to track the amount of money charged in recent Title IX cases against Iowa State. Part one was published Feb. 16, 2016, part two was published May 29, 2018.
Iowa State university counsel Michael Norton may have violated the law by hiring outside counsel without proper authorization, according to a legal expert.
A Story County judge ruled Friday morning Collin Richards, the man charged with killing a former Iowa State golfer, will be granted an open trial.
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A preliminary hearing will not be taking place for the murder charge brought against Collin Daniel Richards in the death of Iowa State student Celia Barquín Arozamena.
About two miles outside of Ames sits the Dakota Access Pipeline – the subject of an Iowa Supreme Court case.
The presumed death of Mollie Tibbetts has led campus officials to remind students of resources they can access if they need support or are worried about their safety.
The father of missing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts told reporters Monday he believes his daughter is with someone she knows.
The Bring Mollie Tibbetts Home Safe Reward Fund has reached $220,000 two days after it was established, according to Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa.
The family of Mollie Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student from Brooklyn, Iowa, missing since July 18, gathered at a press conference Thursday, to announce a reward fund had been set up for their daughter’s safe return.
University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts has been missing for 14 days .
City of Ames officials said there were few problems associated with RAGBRAI as more than 20,000 cyclists and their support staff entered, and exited, Ames on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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A swath of protesters populated the sidewalk in front of Congressman Steve King’s office on Monday afternoon.
Between May 5 and June 9, 2018, 2,342 children have been separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Thousands of children are subject to abuse in the U.S. every year. With social workers and foster homes being overloaded with kids to take in, volunteer programs are looking for a solution.
Iowa State and RAGBRAI Ames unveiled the Cyclone Loop on Tuesday.
Student Government convened for its final meeting of the first session Wednesday evening, with the Senate approving all cabinet nominations and supporting two recommendations aimed at improving the Iowa State experience for multicultural students.
On Iowa State’s campus, there exists a problem so evasive it totals more than $460 million in funding to be resolved. It’s spread across all of campus, yet most students don’t even realize it when they see it.
With the Iowa Board of Regents facing midyear budget cuts from the state legislature, the governing body must now decide how to return previously allocated funding between Iowa State and the University of Iowa.
Gov. Kim Reynolds signed two bills Thursday morning that aim to help alleviate mental health issues in the state.
Governor Reynolds signed SF 2117 into law Wednesday which includes a mid-year budget cut to Iowa State and University of Iowa amounting to $10.9 million.
The first cohort of the ISU 4U Promise will graduate this spring and begin classes at Iowa State in the fall.
Speakers and activists took part in the March for Our Lives protest over the weekend in Des Moines, despite inclement weather.
Protesters will “march for our lives” at multiple locations across the state as a part of larger protests happening in Washington, D.C., on March 24.
Iowa Legislators have introduced further budget cuts for fiscal year 2018 which, according to the bill, total $35.5 million in budget cuts for the state.
The Iowa State Faculty Senate had a meeting Tuesday where senators made announcements regarding Iowa State and hosted a discussion on tenure track reforms.
Student Government will debate a resolution Wednesday evening that would call for the increase of the student activity fee by $4 per year.
Student Government convened Wednesday evening for a short meeting, with the Senate moving through five funding requests in less than two hours.
Nate Boulton, Democratic candidate for governor, feels we are in a fight for the soul of our state and that the future of Iowa is on the ballot in 2018.