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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.
Local Newspapers: Ames Tribune and the Iowa State Daily
Local Sports Teams: Iowa State Cyclones
Local Colleges: Iowa State University
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100 Things Cyclone Fans Should Forget Before They Die: Chizik Coins
Commemorative coins have been used for thousands of years to do anything from remember a specific people, places, events, etc. Generally speaking, the subjects of the coins tend to be famous and/or historically significant, or they're a picture of your beloved Yorkie.Ames flooding expected to end Friday
Authorities say minor flooding in Ames is expected to continue Friday but end as Squaw Creek and the South Skunk River fall back below flood stage. The National Weather Service said early Friday morning that the creek was expected to crest more than 2 feet above flood stage and return below flood stage in the afternoon.Heavy rain hits central and northwest Iowa
The National Weather Service issued a warning Thursday morning after more than 4 inches of rain had fallen and 2 more inches had been forecast. The deluge caused street flooding across the Iowa State University campus and elsewhere in Ames, stranding some vehicles and their drivers.Second round of storms brings flash flooding to Ames
A second round of heavy rain is bringing flash flooding to Ames. KCCI's Tommie Clark reports street flooding on Duff Avenue, where storm drains are not keeping up with the downpour.Iowa State University to host federally funded center of excellence for swine genomics
AMES, Iowa Iowa State University will host a national center of excellence devoted to understanding the genomic, or molecular, mechanisms that govern important genetic traits in swine such as growth and disease resistance. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institutes of Food and Agriculture recently announced its decision to fund the center of excellence with a $2.5 million grant over four years as part of a larger effort that also will include similar genomics work with cattle and chickens at other universities.Scientists find 'patterns in the noise' that could help make more...
AMES, Iowa New research led by an Iowa State University agronomist identifies clear patterns in how plants react to different environments that could lead to new ways of predicting crop performance. The research focuses on flowering time in sorghum, a globally cultivated cereal plant, but the results could have implications for nearly all crops, said Jianming Yu, professor of agronomy and the Pioneer Distinguished Chair in Maize Breeding.Washington County students awarded 4-H scholarships
McKenna Brinning, Macy Marek and Kristen Twinam of Washington County were awarded 4-H scholarships through the Iowa 4-H Foundation at a recognition ceremony Sunday, June 3 in Ames. The Iowa 4-H Foundation has announced the recipients of over 70 Iowa 4-H scholarships valued at over $100,000.84 women advance to Iowa's general election
It remains to be seen if 2018 will be the year of the woman in electoral politics, but the primary election Tuesday certainly was a good day for female candidates.April Eisman Receives NEH Fellowship for Research on Renowned East German Contemporary Artist
AMES, Iowa - Art historian April Eisman, an Iowa State University associate professor of art and visual culture , has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship to spend the 2018-2019 academic year doing research in Germany. Eisman will use the yearlong fellowship to complete her second book, "Angela Hampel: A Contemporary Artist in East Germany," and begin work on a third book project.2018 RAGBRAI riders will take Cyclone Loop
An anticipated 20,000 cyclists will be able to take a lap inside Jack Trice Stadium during RAGBRAI on July 24. "It's been a decade since Ames has hosted RAGBRAI riders, and we are so excited to showcase how much Ames has changed and grown," said Ames Mayor John Haila. "The new Cyclone Loop will provide the perfect finish to a great day of riding into Ames."Reports Update Research Results at Iowa State University Research Farms
The results of more than 120 agricultural research trials conducted last year at Iowa State University's Research and Demonstration Farms are available online and can be downloaded at no charge. "These research reports are a valuable resource for farmers, agricultural educators and agribusiness people needing the latest information on crops, soils, horticulture and livestock management," said Mark Honeyman, associate dean for operations for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.Tax hurts investment in medical device research and development
AMES, Iowa New research shows companies cut funding for research and development in response to a tax imposed on medical devices as part of the Affordable Care Act. Daeyong Lee, an assistant professor of human development and family studies at Iowa State University, examines how certain provisions of the federal health care reform law have affected families and firms.Physicists use terahertz flashes to uncover new state of matter hidden by superconductivity
AMES, Iowa Using the physics equivalent of the strobe photography that captures every twitch of a cheetah in full sprint, researchers have used ultrafast spectroscopy to visualize electrons interacting as a hidden state of matter in a superconductive alloy. It takes intense, single-cycle pulses of photons flashes hitting the cooled alloy at terahertz speed trillions of cycles per second to switch on this hidden state of matter by modifying quantum interactions down at the atomic and subatomic levels.ISU Dairy Farm Open House June 8
To celebrate dairy month the Iowa State University Dairy Farm will host its 10th annual open house on June 8, from 6 - 11 a.m. The event is open to the public. Tours will be given every 30 minutes beginning at 6:30 a.m. and ending at 10:30 a.m. Stops include the milking parlor, the milk house and dairy barns.Plant scientists use big data to map stress responses in corn
AMES, Iowa Plant scientists at Iowa State University have completed a new study that describes the genetic pathways at work when corn plants respond to stress brought on by heat, a step that could lead to crops better capable of withstanding stress. The findings, published as a "large-scale biology" paper in the academic journal The Plant Cell, map the stress response detected by the endoplasmic reticulum, an organelle in cells of corn seedlings.The mystery of the puppet-head box: Why an Iowa childhood has been unpacked in an L.A. gallery
A closed cardboard box in Ken Okiishi's installation reads, "Ken's puppet head supplies." Among the many containers in Reena Spaulings' cavernous gallery, it's the one that sparks the most curiosity.Primary to yield record number of women on general election ballot
AMES, Iowa There is reason to be optimistic the number of women in the Iowa Legislature in 2019 will surpass the record set 10 years prior. Iowa has tied the record in recent years, but never elected more than 35 women, said Dianne Bystrom, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University.CYstarters mentors offer support, push for new startups
AMES, Iowa Clayton Mooney credits the success of startup company KinoSol in part to a piece of advice from a CYstarters mentor. Mooney says it pushed him and his partners to improve their product.Ames Kicks Off Healthy Life Center Campaign With Three Million Dollar Gift
AMES, Iowa-A campaign for an almost $50 million dollar Healthy Life Center was launched in Ames on Thursday morning with a three million dollar kick-off gift. Bill and Mary Fitch donated three million dollars to help establish the Fitch Aquatic Center inside the new proposed project.
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