Purple wooden silhouettes have been set up around Cresco in October to raise awareness to domestic violence.
Developer has 30 days to move forward.
Police say the alleged victim has a no contact order against him.
A recent district judge’s order bans weapons from court chambers in courthouses.
Victim through it was a real weapon.
Students at Charles City High School hosted a blood drive on Halloween.
City officials say a California developer has defaulted on his agreement to begin construction of downtown hotel.
Court of Appeals says evidence supports his designation as a “sexually dangerous person.”
Mason City man gets probation after drug arrest.
Beginning Tuesday, Hammer Road will be closed between YH Hanson Avenue and Paradise Road for culvert replacement.
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The number of providers is dropping.
Police arrested a man on Friday as part of an ongoing drug investigation.
A man faces charges after authorities say he was clocked going 102 mph while driving drunk early Saturday morning.
The cause is still under investigation.
The Bridge Church is hosting a Truck or Treat event on Monday for Halloween.
Safety tips to remember when trick-or-treating.
A woman suing the Cerro Gordo County treasurer is requesting a change of venue in her lawsuit.
Clear Lake Police Officer Ryan Eskildsen provided some tips on how to stay safe while having fun on Halloween.
Nearly 200 million families plan on celebrating Halloween this year, spending an average of about a hundred dollars.
Prosecutor recommending jail time and restitution.
Car drifted off Highway 52 and went into the ditch.
Hunters are getting ready for deer hunting season.
Sean Allen is challenging incumbent Randy Staver for Rochester’s City Council President seat.
Senator Joni Ernst is knocking 2 more counties off of her 99 county tour on Friday. The Senator pledged to visit every county in Iowa once a…
“There are some great things out there now, there’s little toys like spider rings and things like that that go with the holiday theme.”
Riverland students are helping elementary school kids with science experiments.
Governor Dayton is hoping to make positive changes to MNsure.
Sheriff Dave Peterson and Chief Deputy Steve Hepperly answer questions on why they want to be sheriff.
A family friend is seeking justice for her friend who’s family is suing Opportunity Village.