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 H…
On Friday, the city of Ames announced the opening of a new photography contest.
The city of Ames announced Wednesday that Story County residents must now register to receive emergency alerts.
The Ames police chief presentations wrapped up Monday night with John Justiniano, the deputy chief of police of the Navy in Fallbrook, California, sharing his plans to bring a new, unbiased perspective to the Ames Police Department.
The search for a new Ames police chief is in the home stretch as one of the two finalists answers questions about diversity, accountability and transparency during Monday's presentation.
Geoff Huff, finalist for the Ames police chief position, and John Justiniano of Winchester, California, will give public presentations as part of the two-day on-site interview process.
For Ames residents, the city is still taking applications for assistance in payments that are struggling to be made by anyone affected financially from COVID-19 and need help with rent, mortgage or utilities. The city received a third round of Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding in the amount of $356,455, according to a press release made by the City Manager’s Office.
City of Ames Mayor John Haila announced May 21 he will be running for his second term this fall.
Ames City Council voted unanimously to pass an ordinance repealing the city’s current mask ordinance during Tuesday’s last virtual special meeting.
The Story County Board of Health is set to hold a public Zoom meeting Thursday night.
After the decision made at the Ames City Council meeting to wait until Tuesday for the decision to repeal the face covering ordinance, students who are also members of the council expressed their hopes and thoughts about the coming event.