Police believe the tunnel under a Rochester home was used to store narcotics.
The caller tried to talk a Mason City resident into sending money to bail his grandson out of jail.
A single donation of blood can go a long way.
Chase through Mason City reportedly reached over 70 miles per hour.
The pursuit hit speeds of 85 mph.
The crew on scene says repairs could take up to five hours.
“We are obviously disappointed. We believe agriculture has a bright future and we wish Mason City the best.” — Prestage
They help students from across our area.
The Winnebago County Historical Society is hosting an event for a signing of “Iowa’s Record Setting Governor” by Mike Chapman.
Authorities found 12 bladed instruments in one day.
Many folks have seen the sculpture in downtown Mason City, well some of those sculptures will be getting a new home, while other will be new…
“I’m confident that if there was a problem, our first responders would be able to handle the situation.”
Two semi trucks were involved in a rear-end crash Monday evening.
After about a year of discussion and public hearings, the Rochester City Council voted on Monday to adopt a food truck ordinance.
A resolution on the issue was read during Monday’s Rochester City Council meeting.
Starting up with support from the Rochester Downtown Alliance.
The number of drunken driving deaths on Iowa Roads has been increasing over the last few years, but the number of those having their license…
Spanking remains a common method of discipline, though a recent review shows spanking has long-term harmful effects on kids.
Around 6,000 U.S. women are living with menopause, however according Mayo Clinic’s Director of the Women’s Clinic, there aren’t enough relia…
Local students will compete in a couple weeks at a global competition in London
When you pick up that menu, it happens: The burgers calling your name, you can taste the steak in your mouth, but is it the healthy choice?
Two vehicles involved; no apparent injuries.
Man is being held on $50,000 bail.
He was facing six charges for March apartment disturbance.
Fort Dodge man already facing 10 years behind bars
Woman gets deferred judgment and probation.
He was accused of shooting a protected bird.
The screening system is up and open.
“We have a dead tree and a dead truck.”
A Twin Cities professor goes over some misunderstandings about the religion.