Local officials attended a hazardous material training course on Wednesday at Kensett Community Center.
An Austin neighborhood has been the scene of a heavy police presence for Wednesday evening.
The Clothesline Project brings together sexual assault victims and their supporters.
On April 20th, local law enforcement chimed in on trends surrounding the drug.
Volunteers are needed for a new disaster relief center that would help the Mason City area in the event of a disaster.
Love’s Truck Stop is breaking ground in Floyd.
Red ribbons are put up around Mason City to highlight concerns about Prestage Foods of Iowa moving to town.
A portion of Seventh Street NW will be affected.
Scientists from the Hormel Institute visit Ellis Middle School and gives students a hands-on learning experience.
A retired teacher still finds a way to help young minds.
A Minnesota woman is accused of illegally obtaining Adderall at Mason City pharmacies.
The conference aims to help those with disabilities achieve their goals.
She reportedly stabbed her boyfriend in the back over his alleged drug use.
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.
He was named vice president of a statewide administrators organization.
The schedule won’t be ready for 2016-17 school year.
The potentially life-saving relationship between the two will continue.
The trial was cancelled on charges related to a high-speed chase.
The crash happened on Highway 65 around 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Maureen McAler Wolf has dealt with MS for 21 years.
It’s the third year of the competition that awards one up-and-coming architect $1,000.
The first of several opportunities for residents to give their thoughts on the future of the parks was held Tuesday.
The Rochester Police Department and local bar owners went to the City Council to request designating two new cab stands.
A Clear Lake native’s book that has hit the big screen is coming to our area.
There’s a pill for just about anything, but health professionals say it’s important to rethink what you put in your body.
Education literacy leaders want feedback from local citizens on literacy standards in schools.
This week’s Golden Apple winner is Mrs. Robin Bliesmer.
While unemployment numbers are low in Freeborn County, some businesses are struggling to find workers.
The summer will be filled with construction projects in Freeborn County.
He was one of 19 caught in a North Iowa drug sweep.