The 29-year-old woman reportedly tried writing stolen checks at Diamond Jo Casino and Famous Footwear.
The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office says she’s been on the run since early April.
A 22-year-old woman was arrested on DWI charges and a 49-year-old man faces drug charges.
We take you to the centennial celebration.
It’s that time of the year, severe weather could be right around the corner.
Hundreds are signing a petition hoping to sway Mason City’s decision denying the Prestage Farms project.
The Millennial Generation is waiting longer before saying “I do.” We’re finding out why.
Experts are now saying bullying has links to mental health issues, including depression, anxiety and poor grades.
The event is recognized as the nation’s largest single-day food drive.
Blooming Prairie rider had to lay the bike down to avoid hitting the semi.
After months of use, the dome in Austin is deflating today.
AP biology students are getting experience from the experts.
Thursday was the annual luncheon to honor local students and teachers.
The radio system dispatchers use along with law enforcement will soon get an upgrade.
Seven people ultimately entered guilty pleas.
Stewartville man arrested in Mower County.
Authorities say they found illicit photos on his cell phone.
Authorities say the 21-year-old woman was not wearing her seat belt.
This is the second time the event has been held.
Flames may have been connected to RPG discovered in town.
What two experts say is happening in Rochester.
Third man found guilty for the crime; fourth remains in jail awaiting a plea.
See video of the heartwarming reunion.
National Third Shift Workers Day is annually observed on the second Wednesday in May.
One local doctor says despite the new research, women should not be worried.
It’s been 100 years since the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach began in Floyd County.
Getting religiously exempted from being immunized is on the rise.
Police say bikes are becoming quite the hot commodity.
Donald Trump will get support from a local congressional candidate if he is the GOP nominee.
District officials say they’ve seen a little more than a 40 percent reduction in the amount of waste thrown out.