The Mason City man was convicted in 1998.
After it snows and you’re heading for road, you may be asking yourself the question, “Where are all the snow plows?”
Charles City Middle School’s 7th graders aren’t looking at any aquarium on a field trip Wednesday afternoon; they’re right inside their classroom.
Wednesday marks a historic decision that happened more than four decades ago in the Supreme Court.
It’s a north Iowa staple that’s been a part of the Mason City landscape for years, but this morning, it went up in flames.
A new trial date is set for a north Iowa woman sentenced to death in the 1993 murders of five people.
The local man is facing murder charges.
Investigators continue to search for a cause.
The closure is expected to take place in April.
Donald Baker pled guilty to assault causing serious injury in connection to the incident last June outside an apartment building. He was scheduled to receive his sentence today but failed to show up in court.