“Wind Down Wednesday on Broadway” is officially under way.
Southern Minnesota organizations are teaming up to bring awareness to their waterways.
The Supreme Court makes a monumental decision.
It’s just one more way Mason City is taking the health conscious approach and this time it’s all about the youth impact.
Home prices have risen significantly from around this time last year. And local real estate agents are seeing quite the housing boom in our area as well.
Two men convicted of robbing a bank in northern Iowa that injured two police officers have been given additional prison sentences in the case.
The Supreme Court rules on same-sex marriage
A Mason City man is doing something that hasn’t been done for years, he’s bringing consignment items to the auction block.
On May 25th Craig Schroeder was woken-up by call from his boss, and it’s one he won’t ever forget.
The Mower County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously today not to move forward with a merger with Steele, Dodge and Waseca counties.
Too much time in the sun can cause dehydration and different forms of skin cancer, if proper precautions aren’t taken.
That includes tuition at Riverland Community College in Austin, where they hope students will use this as an opportunity.
It really seems like our area can’t catch a break when it comes to rain. Many communities in north Iowa and southern Minnesota are dealing with the impacts of flooding, and it’s definitely kept emergency management and floodplain management crews busy
As KIMT News 3 learns, the training never ends for those folks.
Storm safety is the focus for the day and now a national group is working to bring the message home for the young residents of Mason City.
Cerro Gordo County supervisors are hearing more details about a proposed dangerous dog ordinance.