People are voicing their opinion on whether Apple should let the FBI hack into a terrorists phone.
President Obama will be the first sitting President in more than 80 years to visit Cuba
A local woman speaks out about the tragic death of her sister.
Widow of David Crowe reaches settlement with insurance company
Thousands of Minnesotans have opened the prize-linked savings accounts.
What trucking companies do with their drivers.
Charles City man pleads not guilty to passing bad checks
Car reportedly crashed through the building into tables where patrons were sitting.
Ruling finds suspects and defense attorneys must ask for private meetings
Authorities say the driver was hurt.
Health officials stress this travel-associated case is not a threat to the general public.
Authorities say the wounds are non-life-threatening.
Cedar Rapids man convicted after hitting two squad cars while fleeing officers in north Iowa.
While he tried to flee, Jeremiah Siewert reportedly threw drugs and a pipe.
The crash reportedly happened on Highway 63 on Thursday afternoon.
Renowned spiritual music composer Stacey Gibbs helps perfect a piece he wrote for a Mason City High School performance.
Authorities say the man is seriously hurt after the crash on Highway 19 early Friday morning.
Authorities say a Mason City squad car hit two unoccupied cars on Thursday evening — all three vehicles had to be towed.
Dale Peterson, owner of the Pole Barn Theater, still plans to open his business as soon as possible.
The Board of Supervisors listened to bids on the new public safety center.
Doug Johnson receives top honors in his field of work.
Residents in Minnesota are not smoking cigarettes as much as they did back in 2011
Part-time Minnesota residents might see a dramatic increase in taxes.
Here’s to celebrating all things cold.
Iowa State Patrol says it was mechanical issue with the brakes that caused the semitrailer to go up in flames on Wednesday.
Tow truck rear ended while pulling a vehicle out of the median
Mason City firefighters are getting a new training tool in order to help them practice breaking down doors.
Damion Seats and Jamaal Leslie have new court dates in July
Trial set for July
Facilities are having to put in policies about cell phones and social media to protect residents.