Even with increased concern about poor water quality nationwide, the EPA still hasn’t come out with new health standards for drinking water.
A vigil will be held Sunday for a boy killed this weekend in an ATV crash.
Pony Express riders rode through Iowa Friday for their annual event to raise money for kids with disabilities at Easter Seal Camp Sunnyside.
Fitness trackers are a way to monitor our every step, but when it comes counting calories, they may not be as accurate.
Fire and smoke make the home uninhabitable
A new study shows how caffeine affects pregnancy in women.
The yearly event brings hundreds of Christians together.
The owner of the Pole Barn Theater, the newest business in downtown Nora Springs, says he might be closing his doors.
Hy-Vee will move into the Oak Park Mall.
Albert Lea Electric is hoping to install more solar panels.
Local officials are bringing a stop to credit card skimmers.
Three men found guilty in robbery where victim was shot
Authorities say he was dealing meth for almost 2 1/2 years
A task force hopes the space can become a performing arts center.
Pled guilty to selling meth; warrant out for female suspect
Stewartville woman pleads not guilty to manslaughter
Noise barriers are now available to cities across Minnesota.
Religion experts say the number of people who practice a religion in the United States is shrinking.
It may be the beginning of spring, but that didn’t stop mother nature from treating us with a taste of winter.
The Rochester Public Library is hosting screenings of the documentary series “Human.”
Mayo Clinic’s Plummer Building lit with Belgian flag colors.
A Charles City man is eyeing the Charles City Middle School building in hopes to convert it into an apartment complex.
The Empty Bowl Campaign is finishing up in North Iowa, raising $3,000 toward the Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank.
Dr. Dan Cox from Charles City schools is voicing his concerns over the 2017 education funding.
Four people in vehicle; two unharmed
One driver injured in Mower County
The disease is confirmed later than normal.
As part of Severe Weather Awareness Week, tornado drills were done across the state.
The snow has put a temporary stop to business at local golf courses.
Officers say the man who fled on foot to a nearby apartment had nearly 2 pounds of marijuana on him.