Preparation H is releasing their new ad campaign that took place in Kiester.
Like a tide rolling in from the heavens.
“Usually we have three to four bouncers a night. They’re trained more on checking ID’s and if there’s an issue or altercation they eliminate…
213 employees in the state of Iowa participated in the challenge.
Volunteer fire departments are responding.
Worried 911 call leads to search and discovery of stolen SUV.
Health officials in Hancock county say the best time for students to get their physicals are doing the summer months.
Cerro Gordo County’s social host ordinance is changing.
On this year’s Flag Day we’re seeing what the stars and stripes mean to north Iowans.
Police say victim was robbed of cigarettes and $10.
Whitewater kayakers, paddle boarders and more will be on hand in Charles City this weekend.
Austin Public School District is getting recognition for their use of technology
A new statewide group is hoping to have an action plan by November.
Trial scheduled for August.
A recent study reports workaholics might have a negative impact on your brain.
Minnesota woman facing charges in North Iowa.
Mason City man facing four separate trials.
It’s a program designed to inspire and empower young girls.
Woman accused Rochester man of recruiting her to work as a prostitute.
The yearly event took place Tuesday in Rochester.
Accused of assaulting a girl in a Byron park.
This is the second time this camp has taken place.
Dangerous situations can happen at any moment.
His girlfriend got jail and probation for driving the getaway car.
Earl H. Potter III has died in a car accident.
Representatives from Minnesota’s largest LGBTQ equity organization were in Rochester Monday for a scheduled training.
The public got to take a tour of the newly finished MnDOT District 6 Headquarters.
The number of deaths related to heroin has gone up over 130% since the year 2000 according to the Centers for Disease Control, and synthetic…
A project to rehabilitate an old bridge in the town of Mitchell is being brought to the Mitchell County Board of Supervisors.
With constant news coverage of tragedies like the one in Orlando, some may want to escape a news depression.