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Iowa beats Iowa State 18-17


CyHawk brave the weather in Ames


CY-HAWK GAME: Students storm the field during lightning delay


Bellevue football team's water skiing trio


ESPN College GameDay coming to Ames


River Bandits offer free tickets to Friday's playoff game


Iowa high school sports classification committee to discuss using socioeconomic status


Serena turns ankle in US Open win; Djokovic quits his match


Bellevue remembers Coach Anderson


New IHSA contact rules for football


Fans, lawmakers question MLB safety after recent foul ball injuries


PalmerRugby Dressed for Success


Brady signs a two-year extension for $70M with Patriots


Former TV6 Anchor Gary Metivier enjoying more free time to watch son play baseball


Young River Bandits fan captures hearts of team staff


Assumption wearing ribbons at State Softball to support Ashlyn Clark's battle with cancer


Ed Froehlich to retire as Bix 7 Race Director Saturday


Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals to be made from recycled cellphones


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Tensions rise on day three of GM strike

Three days in, negotiators appear to be no closer to reaching a deal to end the labor action.

Cases of deadly mosquito virus reach 10-year high

The mosquitoes that spread eastern equine encephalitis like to feed at dusk, prompting a call from some health officials to stay inside.

Washington Monument reopens after 3-year closure for repairs

An August 2011 earthquake left cracks in the stones near the top of the obelisk. It reopened in 2014, but Park Service officials closed it again two years later after a series of elevator malfunctions.

American Airlines mechanic who allegedly sabotaged plane has ISIS ties, prosecutor says

The 60-year-old man, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Iraq, allegedly had ISIS videos on his phone and a witness said he claimed to have a brother in ISIS.

Referee who forced N.J. high school wrestler to cut dreadlocks gets suspension

"Racial discrimination in the enforcement of the rules of any sport is inconsistent with the spirit of fair play," the state Attorney General's Office said in its decision.