A local employment agency is doing a lot more than just finding people jobs.
The “Bark for a Dog Park” is being heard around Mason City and the nation.
We are finding out more about an amber alert that caused some confusion last night.
This spring has proven to be one of the wettest seasons on record for north Iowa and it’s not just affecting the farmers, it’s effecting the chemicals in the soil too.
It’s a building that’s part of Charles City’s history, and leaders want it stay that way.
One north Iowa Sheriff put some valuable skills he learned on the job to use and saved someone’s life, it all happened while he was off-duty.
As the cost of smoking continues to rise so does the cost of employing a smoker.
School is now out for the summer in many places in our area, but that does not mean school lunches are.
The Mason City city council has granted approval to enter into negotiations for plans to build a new hotel and conference center in downtown Mason City.
The man is accused of shooting toward another person.
KIMT News 3 DayBreak interview with Mason City City Administrator Brent Trout about the lessons learned when the Winnebago River reached record levels on… More »
Frustration and disheartened are just a few words to describe what local farmers are feeling as they wait to get out into their fields.
It’s not out of the ordinary to see more signs that read “Checks no longer accepted.”
Mike Lowe has been living in Mason City for more than 60 years, and says when those tornado sirens go off….
Many are still on the fence about what to do with their flooded crops, but at least now they may have another option.