Voters approve school closure

KIMT News 3 – Corwith voters agree on final arrangements for dissolving the school district. It was not an easy decision, but the Corwith-We…

College savings on the rise

It’s good news for prospective college students, college savings are rising once again, but so is tuition.

Washington Elementary adds a new course

CHARLES CITY, Iowa- A new class; transitional kindergarten has been added to the Washington Elementary School in Charles City and currently …

Kelly Phillips Family Talks

“It’s been a hard month, between grieving, and being anxious about them catching him, wanting him off the street,” said Judy, Kelly’s mother…

Students get unique lesson on 9/11

The Lake Mills Middle School organized a special day to help students understand what happened on September 11th, 2001.

Classroom “pin-spiration”

Almost everyone uses social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Pinterest specifically, has worked its way into classrooms eve…

Iowa Dental Wellness Plan

Getting insurance to cover dental care can be spendy, but a new program in Iowa is hoping to change that.

Reaction to President’s speech on ISIS

Bennett Smith is a political analyst and professor at a local community college in Mason City, and in class, the topic of conversation, is t…

“Campaign to Zero” kicks off

With one of the largest contributions in company history, the Iowa Donor Network is set to launch their most ambitious campaign to date.

VA commissioner asked to step down

KIMT News 3 – Floyd County supervisors say their hands are tied, despite hundreds of signatures to remove the current Veterans Affairs Chair…

Wellness Wednesday: What is clean eating?

Ever wonder what the Clean Eating movement is all about? KIMT’s Annie Szatkowski breaks it down and shows you how to clean up your eating ha…

Hacker Safety

KIMT News 3- Hackers are all over the internet. With new hoaxes being circulated daily, and many untrustworthy websites, Patrick Palmer of T…

Public meeting on Clean Water Act

In Clear Lake, the second of six meetings was held to hear how the clean water act is being enforced by the Iowa DNR.