Local LGBT advocates speak out on legislation.
Two other suspects still going to trial
Swerved to avoid collision with a tractor
Courtney Ocegueda told the court he’s sorry and it shouldn’t have happened like it did.
Keep an eye out for motorcycles on the road.
Why a Mason City man says his rights shouldn’t be restricted.
No one was hurt in the crash that caused about $9,000 in damage.
Though it may not feel like spring outside, folks are getting eager for some warmer weather and the opportunity to cook outside.
Folks worked all weekend to try and prepare 125,000 meals for families in need overseas.
Stalker comes with a $40,000 price tag.
The topic is just starting to get the attention it deserves.
One group is celebrating a 25-year relationship with the Hancock County Medical Center.
The cause is still unknown, but the building and everything inside is a total loss.
The man being accused and defending himself solely took the stand.
Residents in Clear Lake will soon be getting fiber optic cable services. Mediacom is also working on new services for Mason City.
The demand for blood is at an all-time high across the globe due to the Zika virus.
Police say he advertised prostitution services online.
New sex trafficking legislation gives law enforcement a hand at fighting sex trafficking.
He is accused of stealing from a store and leading police on a chase through Apache Mall.
A pancake breakfast will be held Saturday morning.
During springtime, shelters find they are overcrowded because more animals are abandoned during the reproductive season.
Riverland Community College is looking to see an increase in welding with local high school students.
Nearly 400 soldiers will deploy for a nine-moth peacekeeping mission.
The group came up with a new app for Mayo patients.
Going to Walmart could end up helping a local food bank.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has opened a criminal investigation after a bald eagle was found mutilated in a plastic bag.
The man and woman were arrested after a search at a Highway 69 address.
Missed a hearing; found with drugs when re-arrested
$2,000 worth of tools, hunting equipment and drills was taken.
Families may be able to receive financial help for their children’s tuition if the Education Savings Accounts are implemented into schools.