The Lake Mills Chamber Development Corporation teamed up with other city entities to compile data on city housing.
Man accused of burglary in Thompson
Couple arrested, alleged drug manufacturing found and flames break out in same week
Authorities say it hit speeds of 70 to 80 mph
Residents in Austin now have access to bikes around town
Freeborn County is underway Red Flag Warning and officials say residents should hold off before having a recreational fire
The dash grant gives students the opportunity to stay in school during times of a financial crisis
Love’s Travel Stop is moving to Floyd.
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
The nice weather has many gearing up for the summer season.
Roller City owner Tyler Anderson won $5,000 toward his business in Des Moines this week.
Pritchard’s Chrysler of Forest City is now tricking out Jeeps for off-roading.
Fifth graders are spending their day outdoors planting trees in Mason City.
Wisconsin driver hurt on Interstate 90
The female officer was elbowed when she tried cuffing the suspect.
Authorities say children were taken at gunpoint in a custody dispute
Must pay $240 in restitution
Iowa Supreme Court rejects his claim of prosecutor misconduct
The event is free for those warriors.
The ban remains in effect through tomorrow evening.
An employee found the drugs stashed in the bathroom ceiling.
Charges are still pending against the driver.
Authorities say the 17-year-old victim received life-threatening injuries.
Sunday marks nine years since the violent crime.
Finalists were to be announced Friday, but school officials say they’re coming up short so far.
Iowa has enjoyed an increase in honey production, and local beekeepers want to keep it that way.
The Women Caring For The Land program gathered Thursday at Ventura Public Library to discuss the important of soil health.
We talk to the CEO of Custom Alarm to see how this designation will impact her business.
The CEO of Fastsigns tells us what she learned after being featured on an episode of “Undercover Boss.”
Board members rejected the proposal to bring Chinese students to Mason City in a 6-1 vote.