The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.
Authorities say boy ran into the street; received no serious injuries.
The Mason City Blue Zones Project is also asking people to wear tennis shoes the whole month.
Opening statements were given Wednesday in the trial of a North Iowa man charged with third-degree sexual abuse.
One driver was ticketed for failure to yield.
The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors discuss how to move forward with construction on CR B35.
Tuesday night’s vote will “continue the conversation.”
Future entrepreneurs from several local schools showed off their inventions at Willowbrook Mall on Tuesday.
This week’s Golden Apple Award goes to Darlene Veach at the North Iowa Christian School.
“This is our community library. It benefits everybody.”
Mayor Ardell Brede proclaimed next week as National Volunteer Week.
Three awards were handed out in Olmsted County.
Douglas Lindaman is on trial once again for having alleged sexual contact with a minor.
The vehicle was worth over $11,000.
Freeborn County is receiving many benefits for housing low-level DOC inmates.
Kiwanis Kids Closet is to help young minds get wardrobe necessities.
A local student’s artwork is getting big recognition .
The former bookkeeper is facing felony charges.
The slick roads caused many accidents.
Newman third graders will compete for a $1,000 scholarship.
It allegedly happened after a February drug deal.
Minneapolis man killed; Indiana woman seriously injured
The process is more extensive than one might think.
Selection will begin Wednesday pending several motions filed Tuesday.
Authorities are warning of slick, icy roads on Tuesday — especially on bridges.
His current condition is unknown at this time.
“This is a dream come true, and I could not have done this without so many different people supporting me.”
Kathrine Foell, of Mason City, was born in 1911 and celebrated her 105th birthday surrounded by family and friends.
“What about the small towns in Cerro Gordo County? They are going to be smelled out.”
Drivers asked to use alternate routes