Gary Finger has been driving a bus like this for 10 years in Charles City, but Wednesday is no ordinary school day for him.
September 10th marks Suicide Prevention Day. It’s a day meant to educate people about how suicide not only affects one person but many.
The 2015 No Child Left Behind stats are in and one local school is happy to see they’re getting an A plus.
A new CDC report highlights the latest trend.
They hope it will help ease the transition for parents and their children.
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FOREST CITY, Iowa – It’s new, it’s making its way to the Waldorf College library and it’s catching the attention of students, faculty and th…
ROCHESTER, Minn. – Authorities from across our area and at the federal level were in Rochester on Thursday for a special type of training. C…
DFLer to leave office after the 2016 election
One person injured in rear end collision