Albert Lea Riverland Community College’s Automotive Department is offering free vehicle checkups.
The 19th annual event took place the day after Earth Day this year.
The annual event took place at Southbridge Mall in Mason City on Saturday.
State Sen. Carla Nelson tells us about the bill she introduced.
The scene wasn’t real, but the consequences of impaired driving are.
State Sen. Carla Nelson spoke to several students apart of the REACH program.
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The hiring process plays a big part in determining the success of a business
Traffic will be shut down much of Saturday
Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds is finishing her STEM tour by stopping by Mason City.
Many want the process of bringing a pork processing plant to Mason City slowed down … but can it be?
Two drivers injured
This year’s Walk MS Ambassador is Steve Doerfler.
The Children’s Center celebrates a 25 year partnership with St. John’s Lutheran Community
Jay C. Hormel Nature Center is breaking ground on their new Interpretive Building
Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office says it caused “whiteout” conditions
Cause of flames under investigation
Man arrested with her has already pled guilty
Gets 50 months in prison
Accused of elbowing a police officer in the face
Arrested after multi-agency search in Nora Springs
Second defendant to plea guilty in fight where someone was allegedly stabbed
Minnesota man accused of sex with a 13-year-old girl
Police say the 17-year-old victim suffered a facial fracture.
At the end of a Thursday night meeting that lasted several hours, Councilman Alex Kuhn cast the one vote against moving forward.
First Avenue in Minneapolis hosted a free dance party to remember Prince.
The event also gave local businesses an opportunity to showcase green products.
Law enforcement officials are making sure high school students are safe during prom season.
Lip augmentation was one of the top plastic surgery trends of 2015, but unsurprisingly not so much in North Iowa.
More than 28,000 people died from an opioids overdose in 2014 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention