Arrested after multi-agency search in Nora Springs
Second defendant to plea guilty in fight where someone was allegedly stabbed
Minnesota man accused of sex with a 13-year-old girl
Police say the 17-year-old victim suffered a facial fracture.
At the end of a Thursday night meeting that lasted several hours, Councilman Alex Kuhn cast the one vote against moving forward.
First Avenue in Minneapolis hosted a free dance party to remember Prince.
The event also gave local businesses an opportunity to showcase green products.
Law enforcement officials are making sure high school students are safe during prom season.
Lip augmentation was one of the top plastic surgery trends of 2015, but unsurprisingly not so much in North Iowa.
More than 28,000 people died from an opioids overdose in 2014 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Spam Museum opens Friday with new features that organizers are excited to share.
Vote expected on Prestage plant.
People have plenty of concerns and questions about Prestage Foods of Iowa coming to their area … here’s some answers.
Allegedly cashed or deposited checks worth over $5,000
What a public health employee with Lyme Disease wants you to know.
A medical giant in our area is celebrating yet another milestone — but this one isn’t in the operating room.
The band is back after severe weather cut their show short last year.
Suspected in Minnesota burglary and Iowa vehicle theft
Over 200,000 pounds of food and more than $100,000
Over $1.1 million donated
Some special volunteers are recognized in Charles City.
Pleads to felony drug and misdemeanor interference charges
Officers will be onsite to help manage traffic and answer questions.
The suspect is said to have sustained non-life-threatening injuries, and the officer is on administrative leave.
Police say the 18-year-old man just had his probation switched from Chicago to Rochester.
The work could begin in late summer or early fall to address moisture that’s entering the dome and causing erosion.
A meeting Thursday will address community concerns regarding the proposed pork processing plant for Mason City.
An area man shares his story.
The students came up with the idea and a fun way to raise the money.
Local officials attended a hazardous material training course on Wednesday at Kensett Community Center.