A local community has added the activity this year.
After about a year after they closed the doors, they are ready to open them again.
The Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health will start making the rounds at area school events, so people can get the flu vaccine.
It shows how many concussions are taking place across the state and in which sports.
New concerns are being raised about the risky, and potentially unnecessary operation.
They are working to expand on their relationship with a local cancer research center.
The Labor Day weekend is upon us and a popular past for most is heading to the lake, but you might want to check to see if the water will be…
Back to school vaccines are a requirement for many school districts, but some families are requesting exemptions from those shots.
They broke ground on a brand-new location.
It’s one of the latest internet video challenges.
After paperwork delayed the start, it is ready to move forward.
Mayo Clinic residents are facing off in a friendly surgery competition.
Fundraiser this weekend for north Iowa man to offset medical expenses.
A local fire department kicks off another year of fundraising
The fair is just the latest entity to do so
A local help line is in need of some help themselves.
The bomb squad needed to assist with a local school’s summertime cleaning.
The city made the office location official Monday night.
Blue Zones is coming back to where it all began five years ago.
New numbers show a huge increase in the number of farmers markets across the state.
One aspect of Minnesota’s health care overhaul seems to be paying off in a big way.
New grant money is taking Mercy Medical Center North Iowa to a whole new level.
The numbers have dropped over the years, but smoking is still a problem for adults in the U.S.
The U.S. attorney’s office looking for victims of a salmonella outbreak that happened back in 2010.
Many miles were on the nearly ten-year-old van, so it was time to move on.
Studies are continuing to show the value in reading to your children from birth.
Many food pantries struggle to keep food on their shelves this time of year.
Each week there are an average of 165,000 garage sales in the U.S. and some 690,000 people buy something at one each week.
Each year trauma claims the lives of about 2,400 Minnesotans, but states with trauma systems have seen survival rates go up significantly.
After many days of heavy rain, there’s a lot of water, just sitting around, and these wet spots are becoming the ultimate breeding ground fo…