Today marks eight months since Iowa’s first COVID-19 death.
The 2020 election cycle included three Iowa House of Representatives races in Story County that each went to the incumbent candidates.
Since the 2016 election, an estimate of over 45,000 Iowans with past felony convictions have had their voting rights restored in time to parti…
J.D. Scholten is the Democratic candidate running to represent the 4th Congressional District of Iowa for the U.S. House of Representatives. S…
Two weeks after Gov. Kim Reynolds issued bars in six counties, including Story County, to be closed, she announced Iowa’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased.
Gov. Kim Reynolds issued an emergency proclamation closing all bars, taverns, wineries, breweries, distilleries and nightclubs in Story County, along with five other counties.
The Ames City Council voted to draft an enforceable ordinance that makes face coverings required in public spaces indoors and outdoors when social distancing is not possible. The ordinance would go against the governor’s emergency proclamation, the attorney general and the city attorney.
The damage of the derecho that swept through Iowa earlier in the week was addressed by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds at a Cedar Rapids press conference Friday.
KCCI will host a town hall with Des Moines medical experts to provide guidance to central Iowa parents and answer questions about COVID-19.
Gov. Kim Reynolds signed an executive order granting some felons the right to vote in the state of Iowa on Wednesday. Des Moines Black Lives Matter (BLM) said they will not thank her for signing the order.
Iowa is now one of the only states to have no known mask requirement in the country.