The school year is winding down, but when class is out for the summer that doesn’t mean school lunch ends.
Mason City dog owner cited for no animal license.
A Spring Valley man has been found incompetent to stand trial.
Four men have been convicted of crimes in Mitchell and Mower counties.
Organizers say the weekly summer event draws thousands to the area.
Authorities describe alleged victims as two young girls.
Research says obesity impacts about 17 percent of children in the country.
Man was found with meth and a .22 caliber weapon.
Woman was accused of stealing thousands of dollars from residents.
Topics covered include demographics, incentives and economic growth for board members, mayors and school representatives in attendance.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources announced Iowa residents can fish without a license June 3-5.
United Way of North Central Iowa will be collecting diapers throughout North Iowa from June 1-17.
How you can reduce your energy bill and still keep your home cool this summer.
What traffic safety experts say about the results.
The Iowa Department of Education says there are more than 200,000 kids in need of meals, but only about 21,000 actually receive them.
10-year-old went missing for several hours.
Lime Creek Nature Center in Mason City created a program to provide people with the necessary tools and resources.
Local and state officials were in attendance for the unveiling of the newest expansion at Hormel Institute.
Data shows that window cords have killed more than 100 children in the past 16 years.
Cassie Peterson is excited to show her family what she experienced in LA while competing on a prime-time cooking show.
Will be sentenced for domestic assault.
The city of Osage has an ordinance in place that doesn’t allow a lawn to be over 9 inches tall.
On this year’s National Running Day, we’re finding out why the passion for running is there.
Construction on the new Youth Enrichment Center is expected to start by the week’s end.
It is their 23rd season in the Northwoods League.
A woman on the East Coast has been found to have an antibiotic-resistant infection.
He was arrested on a meth charge during a drug sweep in December 2015.
A small portion of road near the corner of Grace Street and Lakeview Boulevard in Albert Lea is currently blocked off.
Her blood alcohol content was reportedly three times the legal limit.
No one was home at the time of the blaze, but firefighters did rescue a cat.