Weddings will be able to take place starting next summer with both civil and religious ceremonies.
It is not always easy for city leaders to keep their towns clean of garbage, but one area city is getting a little bit of help.
A summer workshop is helping Mason City teens become financially literate and prepping them for life post-high school.
A well is the main problem
While some of us use the summer time to relax, it’s clear others are using it to kick off and ramp up their political campaigns.
A non profit organization in Mason City is getting recognized for their work providing substance use and disorder treatments.
Update // Mason City police and other first responders are on the scene of a reported stabbing on the 2900 block of 1st Street Southwest.
The Salvation Army in Albert Lea, Minn. has set up a cooling station complete with fans, places to rest and water for people in the community to escape from the heat.
Staying and keeping hydrated is very important because if you don’t it can lead to heat illnesses like heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed zebra mussels in North Lida Lake near Pelican Rapids.
Is that a trend we will see in north Iowa?
The streets of Rochester are generally filled with a lot of people, but this week the pep in people’s step is a little different.
The Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the crash.
Charles Cities’ new superintendent of schools is settling into his new office and looking forward to the year ahead.
Owning a home is an American dream, until life hands you something unexpected.