A study is showing credit card debt is being paid of very slowly — are you contributing to this?
The cause is currently under investigation.
Work is being done to get the house up and running again.
The Mobile Clinic offers medical and dental care at affordable costs.
Authorities say she and a man were found with hundreds of grams of the drug.
Authorities say he had the drug in a downtown Rochester bar.
He faces charges of indecent exposure and disorderly conduct after the third incident this year.
The men reportedly punched the driver after they were too drunk to give directions.
Police say the suspect fled the Country Club Manor area in a white U-Haul pickup truck.
A new, first-of-its-kind campus will more than double the clinic’s size.
He’s facing three criminal charges and 5 citations.
Suspect was arrested in Linn County and returned to North Iowa for prosecution.
With grassland habitats declining, the DNR says roadsides often become the only place some species of birds can nest.
A recent dog attack in Rochester has sparked a debate about breed-specific legislation.
Amber Kohnhorst, who has been continuing her treatment at St. Mary’s Hospital, is being discharged.
The IEDA hosted a gathering in Clear Lake to talk about downtown development.
A man is hitchhiking across the U.S. with his refrigerator to promote his latest book, “If Your Wife Kicks You Out, Grab the Fridge and Run!…
New solar panels have arrived at the Mason City Public Library and crew members have started installation.
The Cedar River Watershed District needs more volunteers to help keep local creeks and Cedar River clean.
Students get hands-on history learning.
No one was hurt in the fire that reportedly caused smoke damage.
How to find out if your home is safe and you are healthy.
According to one official, precincts were averaging about 2 percent voter turnout.
Man was accused of sexual contact with two girls.
Mike Penca offers his thoughts on becoming the new superintendent.
Teen was trapped on the bank of the Root River after her raft deflated.
The former attorney convicted of sexually touching a 17-year-old boy in 2011 has been sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.
You can help get the library win a monetary award.
He was accused of waving around a 10-inch knife.
This now the 13th year they’ve received this honor.