Iowa State reported 68 total new COVID-19 cases on campus. The total is now at 1,686 cases.
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported Iowa’s COVID-19 case count is now 86,840 positive cases. This is an additional 611 positi…
Bar closures in Johnson and Story counties will continue for another week after Gov. Kim Reynolds announced an extension of the state’s public…
Back on its feet, Iowa State’s theatre department aims to make waves while keeping it casual through its newest production “Perform the Protes…
The presidential debates play a significant role in elections: it allows voters to see firsthand how candidates respond to questions and to se…
Bisexuality Visibility Day and Bisexual Visibility Week were created to not only celebrate the sexuality but to also start a conversation around the stigma of bi-erasure and biphobia within the community and outside of it.
Over 67 organizations and programs are registered for the virtual fall 2020 People to People Career Fair, presented by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Iowa State’s own Shawn Boyne, director of academic quality and undergraduate education, shared her stories of standing up for human rights beginning at a young age.
President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barret to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Saturday for the U.S. Supreme Court. She will be the youngest justice on the bench at age 48 and her nomination now creates a 6-3 conservative-leaning majority on the Court.
Ames Public Library is teaming up with Ames Pride to host "Storytelling Project: Education and Labor with Shawn Boyne" at 6 p.m Saturday on Zoom.
The League of Women Voters of Ames and Story County had a virtual candidate forum for District 24 candidates, Republican Jesse Green and Democrat Cynthia Paschen. Topics covered during the Q&A were the cost of education, criminal justice, how the candidates would interact with others of the opposite party and what skills they would bring to the job.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article had mistakenly labeled President Donald Trump as "future President-elect" in February of 2016. Several instances of potentially misleading language have been updated for clarity. The statement has been corrected, and the Daily regrets this error.
Iowa State’s athletic department announced they will be allowing up to 15,000 fans — less than 25 percent of Jack Trice Stadium’s capacity — at Iowa State’s football game against Oklahoma.
The latest Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll was released this week, showing Iowa as an increasingly competitive state in the 2020 election.