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Many schools in North Iowa as well as Southern Minnesota closed Tuesday as Mother Nature dropped inches of snow on much of our area.
Minnesota State Patrol announces many roads to close until further notice
Firemen also prepare for blizzards
Ban will be in effect from 5:30 pm Tuesday to 6:30 am Wednesday
While schools and businesses closed during Tuesday’s blizzard, some still had to go to work like any other day.
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Not following the rules will end up in your vehicle getting towed.
Stores across the area are seeing customers getting ready for the storm.
Numerous cancellations hit the airport.
Police say man’s arm was cut to the bone
Man confesses to four drunk driving-related charges
Closed until further notice.
Man accused of shooting that killed one and wounded two
Check out the developments from each candidate throughout the day.
Charges filed in Cerro Gordo County against two men from Oklahoma
Dr. David Haas offers his tips.
Accused of possessing marijuana and possessing and dealing meth
Accused of delivering the drug to someone in Mason City in 2014
Police also found a scale on him, which he admitted was for drugs.
A tow ban is in effect until further notice.
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He faces second-degree assault and terroristic threat charges.
Authorities say some of his signed nomination papers were in the truck at the time.
Precincts across north Iowa filled up with voters looking to have their voice heard.
Both parties saw good turnout, officials say.
Officials are advising people to avoid travel if possible on Tuesday because of the blizzard, but what if it’s not possible?
Cruz and Clinton come out on top.
The instructor was surprised to learn that many students didn’t understand the differences between Republicans and Democrats.
The app allows the precinct officials to quickly enter the results into the database.