It seems everyone has heard of, or knows someone, who is without water this winter because of freezing pipes, but there’s another issue deny…
We’re one day and one extra hour closer to the kick-off of spring.
It’s the battle of supply and demand, and since motorists will always need fuel for daily activities, the cost of the supply has been climbi…
Civil rights groups and some Democrats in the Legislature say Iowa has a wage theft problem and it needs to be fixed.
Democratic parties from three different counties are joining together as one, with one common goal.
Last summer many area campgrounds found themselves in some tough times with flooding issues putting a damper on business.
Friday we talked about improving the inside of your home, and today we’re focusing on the outside.
The topic is once again up for debate in Saint Paul, where state lawmakers are considering different options.
Each day for the next 13 days we’ll be bringing you a story about spring, and right now people are busy prepping for warmer weather.
This weekend the North Iowa Home and Landscaping Show is in Mason City to help folks get their homes ready for the warm weather to come.
Winter doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. So this Fitness Friday, Annie Szatkowski is heading outdoors to help you beat the win…
Officials are now on scene.
Consultant tells the state to focus on casinos already established
After many town hall meetings, elections, and board meetings, it is time to vote on a final plan for the Charles City School District.
It turns out that more deaths can be attributed to Alzheimer’s than we originally thought. You might wonder how professionals have missed th…
Want to be a welder?
Jaxen Hicok is what you would call one brave seven year old.
Every day for the next 2 weeks, we’ll bring you a story that brings out the spirit of spring.
Crews respond to an accident on I-35 early Thursday morning
Charles City School Board discussing middle school plans tonight
Many folks went to church to be marked with their annual ashes as a reminder to them that they were once ash themselves.
A local group of volunteers is working hard on gaining exposure for new writer, but the creative writers aren’t who you might expect.
When the 2014 Iowa legislative session kicked off in January, lawmakers said they weren’t expecting too to be accomplished given that it is …
The new technology is now in north Iowa, and it’s helping doctors save their patient’s vision.
The Britt Chamber of Commerce has thousands of dollars in spending money and is turning to chamber members to help them decide how to spend …
The North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) have joined together to collect shoes for…
Congratulations to Jeslynne Vaage of Lincoln Intermediate. She is this weeks Golden Apple Award winner!
Hawkeye Harvest looking to triple its space
Iowa declines to release records in stun-gun case
With all the snow we’ve received recently, the Winnebago County Engineer wants to remind you to be more thoughtful when clearing your drive.…