Injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening.
Businesses around the area that had geared up for spring are facing a change of plans.
In the midst of a winter storm, the blaze caused about $7,500 in damage.
There is still time to check out the T. Rex exhibit at the Quarry Hill Nature Center.
The United Way of Olmsted County will be having a Spring Cleaning coat drive starting April 1.
Iowa State Patrol wants drivers to be more cautious during the snowstorm
AUSTIN, Minn. – It’s an effort to encourage reading and promote literacy in a local community. April will be known as Literacy Month in Aust…
People react to spring snow storm.
A Cedar Rapids man convicted in a high-speed chase in north Iowa is being sentenced to prison.
The book drive is a month-long effort.
The training programs at NIACC are helping current and future employers.
Western Tuesday made an impact for some candidates
The Freeborn County Bike-A-Thon is looking for more participants for their final ride
Brothers Don and Dennis Higgins are receiving this year’s Klempnauer Award for Band Festival.
Rochester Children’s Museum organizers say they are looking forward to spring conditions.
They need volunteers,
The virus is still circulating with spring on the approach.
The family is getting help from the Red Cross.
Two unoccupied passenger cars were struck.
A controversial sign in Mitchell county will remain standing after much debate.
Research shows kids are twice as likely as their parents to say they’re concerned about sharing too much information online.
A day dedicated to acknowledging the seriousness of the disease.
The Mason City City Council approved the plans for a $240 million hog processing plant run by Prestage Farms in a special Tuesday night meet…
A former worker at a Clear Lake care facility for the disabled, who’s accused of stealing from residents, will enter a guilty plea next mont…
A woman accused of prostitution at a Mason City business has entered a plea of not guilty and now has a trial scheduled.
54-year-old Kevin Endelman died when he apparently fell out of his boat and went over the dam on the Cedar River.
Residents come together to learn more about the history of baseball in Minnesota
One company is hoping more people start investing in small businesses
The Nora Springs City Council met in a public meeting last week to make significant changes to city ordinances to add a nuisance code.