The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
When Mason City police were called to address some skaters in the downtown area, one officer decided to handle it a little differently.
Charles City elementary students are embracing their inner “Dr. Seuss.”
Media and school board members got a glance at what the new Charles City Middle School will look like.
She replaces Sue Armour, who has joined Mercy’s marketing team.
U.S. replaces lost military medals.
Fountain Centers is relocating the women’s unit
Prescription drugs are increasing and some Senators are hoping to bring down the cost
Charles City police allegedly find stolen pistol in teen’s vehicle
Mason City police officer lays down the law … but not without showing off his skill.
The session begins Tuesday in St. Paul.
Judge says Dale Reese has a mental disorder; can’t assist in his own defense
Damages estimated at $700.
Possibly contaminated cheese could cause stillbirths and miscarriages.
First Congregational United Church of Christ’s sign announcing the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus has been vandalized.
Police say a 32-year-old man was lying in the snow near Bear Creek Park with his shirt off performing lewd acts.
Re-sentencing and post-conviction relief both scheduled for Damion Seats
Injuries are believed to be minor.
Nearly 450 volunteers contributed more than 2,000 volunteer hours.
Waldorf College teamed up with Immanuel Lutheran Church to put together meal packages for those in need.
The Federal Trade Commission is releasing what consumers called in and complained about the most in 2015.
The university is offering micro-scholarships to students at Mason City High School and 98 others across the state.
Super Tuesday brought out some surprises.
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.
The three winter months had more than 6 inches of precipitation.
Credit card skimming is happening our area and can lead to identity theft.
You can help stop the usage.
No one was hurt.
Mason City woman pleads guilty; man enters Alford plea
The display will be up until March 17.