They’re not playing on a beach, and there’s no sand getting in between their toes, but students at Clear Lake Middle School are showing off …
Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign is back and helping food shelves receive more items
Hormel Foods donated 755 bags full of hygiene products for The Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans.
Authorities say nine of the baby’s bones were broken
Was arrested for marijuana; now in jail on oxycodone charge
There are a couple of tips to keep in mind.
It can not only be tough on the patients but caregivers as well.
A decision could come later this summer.
Another suspect to be sentenced; a third is on the lam
One Austin woman still scheduled to stand trial
Doug Gee was chosen out of a pool of four candidates.
Two others have pled guilty; one still to plead
A fourth Mason City UPS delivery driver joins a prestigious group of delivery men in the Circle of Honor.
Injuries are described as non-life-threatening.
Anticipation is building up for North Iowa games in the NCAA tournament next week.
This was the 26th annual Special Olympics event at Mason City High School.
A new bill passed in the Iowa House would protect turtles.
Chad Lewis is an author, lecturer and researcher who has been investigating paranormal claims for two decades.
Nicholas Lenz, of Mitchell, was arrested after escaping from custody.
It’s been one year since Casey Frederiksen was convicted of murder.
This is the sixth case since October.
Some golf courses are planning to open this weekend
Albert Lea Parks and Recreation Department might be moving to ensure all recreation services are in one place
Kasson police asking for help in locating two suspects and a vehicle
The city has been chosen as part of the Iowa Initiative for Sustainable Communities.
More details were announced on Thursday.
Question of whether a 10 year theft sentence was too harsh
DNR wants input on improvements being made to public access on Clear Lake’s south shore.
The partnership will last through the 2016-17 academic year to energize downtown and spur economic growth.
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