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Located 30 miles north of Des Moines, it was originally founded as a railway station stop on the transcontinental Railroad back in the 1860's. The main focus of the city is Iowa State University which is ranked in the top 50 public Universities in the country. The campus was the home for the world's first digital computing device and also the first location to enrich uranium which kicked of the atomic era. With Iowa holding the title as the first state to get to hold their primaries/caucus, Ames plays host to a 'Straw Poll' which gauges popular support for the Republican Presidential candidates every 4 years.

Population: 56510
Local Newspapers: Ames Tribune and the Iowa State Daily
Local Sports Teams: Iowa State Cyclones
Local Colleges: Iowa State University

Zip Codes associated with ames, iowa: 50010 50014
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Ames News
More Women Running for Political Office May Hurt Chances for Down-Ballot Candidates

AMES, Iowa Gender stereotypes and biases still influence voters, especially in elections with more than one woman on the ballot, according to new research from Iowa State University. Tessa Ditonto and Dave Andersen, both assistant professors of political science, say gender had the greatest effect on down-ballot races, in which women were running for a legislative office and another woman appeared on the ballot for a higher office, such as governor or president.

Next-gen insect repellents to combat mosquito-borne diseases

BOSTON, Aug. 20, 2018 - Nearly 700 million people suffer from mosquito-borne diseases - such as malaria, West Nile, Zika and dengue fever - each year, resulting in more than 1 million deaths. Increasingly, many species of mosquitoes have become resistant to the popular pyrethroid-based insecticides.

Cavanaugh helps prosecute cases in Webster County

Cavanaugh is the newest member of the county attorney's office, having started July 9. -Messenger photo by Peter Kaspari Bailey Cavanaugh, assistant Webster County attorney, looks over some paperwork in her office at the Webster County attorney's office. Cavanaugh is the newest member of the county attorney's office, having started July 9. Cavanaugh, who was hired July 9, wasn't quite sure what she wanted to do after she earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Iowa State University in Ames, but she knew she had to go to graduate school.

Des Moines Grads Pave New Road at ISU For Inner City Students

AMES, Iowa -- Incoming first year student at Iowa State University Lennetta Scott has been ready for college for quite some time. "I knew since I was five that I wanted to go to college."

Wages remain low even in nationa s hottest job market

Isabel Moctezuma was cooking again. Now, at least, she was doing it at home, making salmon for dinner in her small apartment.

Garry Lee Waline

Garry Lee Waline passed away on August 15, 2018 at Israel Hospice House in Ames, IA. He was born on January 19, 1937 at Victor, IA.

Transgenic Rice Plants Could Help to Neutralize HIV Transmission

AMES, Iowa - Extracts from transgenic rice plants could help stop the spread of HIV, according to research results from an international effort that included an Iowa State University scientist. Raziel Antonio-Ordonez, a postdoctoral researcher in agronomy, contributed to a research team that successfully developed a transgenic rice plant that expresses three different proteins that can stop human immunodeficiency virus from entering human cells.

Drought information presented in Lucas County

AMES - " Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will host a meeting on August 20 to discuss drought conditions that are causing concerns for both crop and livestock producers.

Mosquitoes in central Iowa park test positive for West Nile virus

WEBVTT afternoon at Emma McCarthy Lee Park in Ames.. but some of the bugs recently found here... have tested positive for carrying a harmful disease.

Faces of Iowa

Beginning in the 1930s, at the height of the Great Depression, Iowa State University made it a priority to commission and paint portraits. The commemoration of presidents, deans, accomplished faculty and heralded alumni strove to honor the college's heritage and legacies.

Retired Astronaut Gives Thoughts on Space Force, Supports America Protecting Its Assets

AMES, Iowa -- "Do I support the Space Force ? I don`t know yet," said Clayton C. Anderson, U.S. Astronaut, Retired. "But I do support America protecting her people, and her assets in whatever way is necessary."

Biomedical Scientist Receives Department of Defense Grant to Study...

AMES, Iowa Links between exposure to the metal manganese and neurological symptoms similar to Parkinson's disease emerged decades ago, but an Iowa State University biomedical scientist is examining how exposure to other metals may amplify the likelihood of those symptoms. The research has implications for a wide range of occupations that require regular exposure to metals, such as mining, welding and smelting, said Anumantha Kanthasamy, chair of the Biomedical Sciences Department in the ISU College of Veterinary Medicine.

Hydration strategy key as high school athletes begin practice

AMES, Iowa The first week of high school sports practices is a particularly vulnerable time for athletes, says an Iowa State University assistant professor of kinesiology. James Lang studies how environmental stresses, such as heat, affect how our bodies regulate internal temperature.

Flying in for FPS? You have choices

Farmers and corporate exhibitors have long used their own air transportation to get to the Farm Progress Show. For some it's a long-standing tradition; for others it's a business necessity.

Ames Constructing Low Head Dam to Improve Safety on Skunk River

AMES, Iowa- Construction has begun on a one million dollar project to alter the water flow on the Skunk River at the dam in North River Valley Park. "We have a low head dam that we use to back water up in times of drought, lowhead dams have an inherent danger," said Christina Murphy Assistant Director of Water and Pollution Control at the City of Ames.

Startup businesses find success, plan for future after Iowa State's CYstarters program

AMES, Iowa CYstarters may have ended, but work continues for the 15 startup businesses founded by Iowa State University students and recent alumni. This summer's cohort of 19 student entrepreneurs gathered at the ISU Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship Aug. 1 to reveal the progress they made over the past 10 weeks, and their plans for the future.

Iowa State Football Media Day Photo Gallery

If you open the below tweet, you'll see a thread of excerpts from Campbell's press conference this morning. Favorite picture so far from today's media day? This modern-day take on a photo from our appearance in the 1977 Peach Bowl.

Police: Racist Wi-Fi name near ISU campus protected by First Amendment

WEBVTT IS DEFINITELY NOT HUMOROUS. >> OH, GOD. CHRIS: RARELY DOES A THE NAME OF A WIFI NETWORK GET THIS KIND OF REACTION.

Why police say they can't investigate this racist Wi-Fi network near Iowa State's campus

Across the country, people have used witty, political and offensive Wi-Fi network names for years. They're all covered under the First Amendment.

7 things to know today and the best cities for career opportunities

Good morning, Orlando! If you're looking for a city offering low unemployment, affordable homes and high pay, then you need to head to Ames, Iowa, according to a new study from SmartAsset.

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