Girl Scout Councils across the country are looking to sell their camps to save some extra money.
An area police department got quite a gift to reward them for their Toward Zero Deaths efforts.
Another issue Mitchell County is dealing with is what to do with the courthouse.
Toward Zero Deaths (TZD) is based on the belief that even one traffic related death is unacceptable and the Austin Police Department is being recognized in their efforts to bring that number to zero.
Some in our area are finishing off their school year by helping out in the community.
It’s a story we’ve been covering for over a week now. Devastating floods damaged many roads, bridges and farm land in much of our area just a week ago.
While crews have been working constantly to clean and fix things up, in Mitchell County, leaders are getting a feel for what this damage is going to cost. Now, county leaders are trying to get federal assistance.
A new patient portal provides access to a variety of information.
US Senator Charles Grassley, (R) Iowa, will be holding several town hall meetings in Iowa in the coming weeks, including several in north Iowa.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is issuing a disaster proclamation for 13 counties, including some in north Iowa.
U.S. Cellular customers may be experiencing network outages in the area today.
Investigators regroup in search for missing teen.
The Iowa Department of Transportation is urging motorists to Turn Around and Don’t Drown. It’s part of a national campaign to keep drivers safe.
Ackley man believed to be in submerged vehicle.
DayBreak Update: Flooding concerns continue along many of Iowa’s rivers, and the father of a missing Iowa teen talks about his daughter’s disappearance.… More »
“From the tornado that hit Charles City back in ’68, I was young then but I remember seeing it. It was just terrible,” said Jackie Walsh.