28-year-old Kiel Warnken was killed when he was caught between two dump trucks on a job site.
Authorities say the woman’s injuries are non-life threatening.
When the Powerball jackpot hits several hundred million dollars, Hy-Vee sees a rush of customers to buy tickets.
Huckabee visited Charles City to touch on terrorism, immigration, the nation’s debt and his poll numbers.
More than 400 people were killed on Minnesota roads in 2015, including an increase in pedestrians and motorcyclists.
We spoke to Minnesota law makers to get their thoughts on the president’s controversial move.
Five years of healthy eating is finally showing promising results in school lunch rooms across the country.
Clinton visits Osage to talk gun control and health care.
Mason City Mayor Eric Bookmeyer says he’s hoping to see Mason City continue expanding in the next year.
Officials say it would help officers in pursuit, executing search warrants and disaster surveillance.
The Florida senator stopped in Mason City to talk about gun control, foreign policy and education.
Freeborn County Sheriff Kurt Freitag reflects on accomplishments and plans for the next year.
Albert Lea Police Department makes the list for Top 5 Law Enforcement Blogs
Man got his wife killed; now forced to remember with electronic home monitoring
Facing drug and several weapons charges
Man accused of fracturing a six-week-old infant’s ribs.
120 mph pursuit wound up with car stuck in a cornfield
Man accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s home and assaulting her
Accused of stealing two television sets
Donations stay in north central Iowa.
The project will be about $3,000,000.
Officials say it can help both parents and teachers.
County attorney says there’s a lack of evidence
Court of Appeals reversed Olmsted District Court decision, citing insufficient reasons
Men arrested after search of the Village Chateau in Forest City
Church signed quitclaim deed on Tuesday morning.
Lawmakers back at work to tackle the next year’s issues.
Wife got probation; husband gets over 5 years in prison
A new roll-up television is being introduced to the public at the Consumer Electronic Showcase this week in Las Vegas.
Mayor Ardell Brede spoke about what the City has accomplished in the past year and what goals are set for 2016.