Editor's note: Version of article was published with the incorrect name of Rolf Duvick. It is since been corrected. The Daily regrets this error.
With over 340,000 followers on TikTok, Cindy Smock, better known as Sister Cindy, amassed a crowd of an estimated 400 students, to whom she pr…
The Iowa State Student Government will look to make changes to a bill involving the primary Student Government adviser and the Supreme Court a…
Free speech will be one of the central items on the Iowa Board of Regents' agenda during their meetings this week.
Effective Wednesday, all visitors over the age of 2 in Story County buildings, regardless of vaccination status, need to wear a face covering …
A man's body was found on Friday in a shack near the 900 block of Duff Avenue on the north side of Ioway Creek, the Ames Police Department sai…
*Editor's note: This article is updated to include the school employee's identity.
Ames will officially have its first direct current fast charger for electric cars and vehicles available for public use, and Ames Mayor John Haila with the Ames City Council will be cutting the ribbon for the charger Tuesday. It will be located at Kum and Go, 2108 Isaac Newton Dr. off South Dayton Avenue.
Small business owner Deidre DeJear launched a listening tour along with an exploratory committee, each with unique purposes to help her develop a competitive campaign for Iowa governor in 2022.
On Friday, the city of Ames announced the opening of a new photography contest.
With the newly enacted Iowa law House File 802, state-funded schools may no longer teach mandatory training or classes that involve a list of 10 “divisive” concepts, including that Iowa or the U.S. is systematically racist or sexist.
As part of the process of developing a community-wide Climate Action Plan (CAP), the City of Ames sent out a press release on Wednesday.
The city of Ames announced Wednesday that Story County residents must now register to receive emergency alerts.
On June 17, the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa (ACLU) spoke out about the passage of Senate File 342, which is a bill that would elevate penalties for unlawful protesters and raise qualified immunity for Iowa police officers.
After the Senate and House recently passed a bipartisan bill to bolster the United States' investments to compete with Chinese advancements, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley said he is so far satisfied with President Joe Biden’s approach to Chinese relations.
On June 17, the Supreme Court released a ruling on the recent challenges to the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — more specifically, the individual mandate that requires all citizens to obtain health insurance. In California vs. Texas, the Supreme Court ruled to uphold the act in question in a 7-2 vote.