As the weather gets warmer, many families are looking ahead to summer and many kids spend the hot summer days, at the local pool. But in one community, it’s a struggle year after year just to keep the pool open.
With the warmer temps approaching this spring, many folks are getting together outside. If you’re enjoying the weather and outside activities, it may be easy to lose track of how many alcoholic drinks you have had.
After 25 years of hard work, the Resource Enhancement and Protection program (REAP) has helped bring bike trails and walking paths to cities across Iowa.
The Iowa Department of Transportation is launching a new website listing current construction projects.
It’s a busy time of year for lawmakers as they try to wrap up budget discussions and finalize bills on the table, but there is one bill being discussed that could potentially put some state leaders out of a job.
A Topeka health care system has become the first in Kansas to join a partnership with Minnesota’s renowned Mayo Clinic.
Police say the death of a 37-year-old Cedar Rapids woman is suspicious.
MASON CITY, Iowa – It was quite the scene on a Mason City street on Saturday, where emergency vehicles lined the area and residents… More »
It happened Saturday afternoon in Cerro Gordo County.
Drier conditions and warmer weather means motorcyclists are taking their bikes out of winter retirement and hitting the open road.
It’s called the “Oh Crap App” and it was created by two Iowa attorneys.
We told you last week that Mason City and about 50 miles surrounding has a higher-than normal tornado index, which is what determines the probability of tornadoes.
Iowa Department of Transportation officials say street sign vandalism costs the state of Iowa approximately $1 million per year in damage and replacement fees.
It happened early Saturday morning in Cerro Gordo County.
Those who produce, haul or buy ethanol are seeing some major changes.