Police say he was caught stealing over $7K from a former employer and a GPS from Walmart in Mason City.
Authorities say she used social media to find adult clients.
“It is clear to us that this project exposed deep divisions among the citizens of Mason City.”
Polls will be open next Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
They hope to encourage nonprofits to choose the Civic Center for their events.
It’s an opportunity to give adult students the chance to return to college while raising a family at no cost and provides coverage for textb…
Whether the goal is business attraction or increased tourism, town maps can be very beneficial.
Clear Lake High School is going through a $2 million remodeling project.
Authorities say the rider laid his motorcycle down before striking the vehicle.
The cost of beef has gone down as cattle farmers continue to expand their herds.
Jerry Nash is our Giving Your Best June Volunteer of the Month.
A look at the invite-only meeting held by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce.
The owner of the R Campground where the boy was found says he has issues with kids coming onto his property to fish unattended.
Two LP tanks in Osage are being burned off in preparation for transport.
The school year is winding down, but when class is out for the summer that doesn’t mean school lunch ends.
Mason City dog owner cited for no animal license.
A Spring Valley man has been found incompetent to stand trial.
Four men have been convicted of crimes in Mitchell and Mower counties.
Organizers say the weekly summer event draws thousands to the area.
Authorities describe alleged victims as two young girls.
Research says obesity impacts about 17 percent of children in the country.
Man was found with meth and a .22 caliber weapon.
Woman was accused of stealing thousands of dollars from residents.
Topics covered include demographics, incentives and economic growth for board members, mayors and school representatives in attendance.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources announced Iowa residents can fish without a license June 3-5.
United Way of North Central Iowa will be collecting diapers throughout North Iowa from June 1-17.
How you can reduce your energy bill and still keep your home cool this summer.
What traffic safety experts say about the results.
The Iowa Department of Education says there are more than 200,000 kids in need of meals, but only about 21,000 actually receive them.
10-year-old went missing for several hours.