The Northeast Hawks volleyball squad is heading back to the Division II National Tournament for the fourth year in a row.
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Local 5 meteorologists are predicting this week will feel more like January than the middle of November. Some cities in the metro already announced emergency snow parking bans that will go into effect Sunday night. Here’s the list so far: Ames A tweet f
Over a week after an accident on I-380 severed her legs above the knee, 27-year-old Anna Bindert has not woken up, and the child she was carrying at the time of the crash did not survive. Traffic on I-380 southbound near Toddville is at a standstill.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Local nonprofit Urban Dreams has served Des Moines’ inner city since 1985, and new plans for an outdoor courtyard aim to give its community something more to be proud of.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Bikers dressed in tweed Sunday for the ninth annual Des Moines Tweed Ride. With Veterans Day on Monday, people dressed in World War II era clothing to honor veterans from that time.
Only 1 in 500 Iowa farmers are women under the age of 25. This first-generation organic farmer is one of them.
AMES, Iowa -- At a brewery on a Sunday afternoon, presidential candidate Cory Booker urged voters to not decide who to support based on polling numbers. "Front-runners have never gone on to be the nominee," Booker said.
When University of Iowa Libraries saw increasing student involvement in research, each branch came together with their unique services to create a department aiming to better serve researchers and their teams. The Scholarly Impact department is a continua
The University of Iowa will see four new courses in the spring semester for a field that is increasingly popular among new students: sustainability sciences. These “made-from-scratch” courses will highlight the deeply interdisciplinary nature of the p
Orange City, Iowa -- No.1 Northwestern dropped its first match of the season, losing to College of Saint Mary in the GPAC Quarterfinals in four sets (25-21, 25-23, 23-25, 25-22). The Red Raiders, now 28-1 on the season, will next play at the NAIA Nati