Mason City voters are heading back to the polls to vote for the next at-large city councilman.
A second reading is needed early next year before it becomes official.
We catch up with 25-year-old Amber Kohnhorst as she returns to work as a registered nurse.
Local officials gave out tips on how to make sure your home is safe.
A local elementary student found out his stories won’t just be jotted in a notebook any longer, they will be published worldwide.
Those against the Bakken Access Pipeline are celebrating the recent request to reroute construction.
Students attending Iowa’s summer reading program may not have improved their skills.
A gingerbread house made out of toothbrushes and other displays show the need for donations.
The Mason City City Council will meet Tuesday to vote for the final time on setting term limits on mayoral pointed board members.
There is no law in Minnesota that lets terminally ill people end their life on their own terms.
Sentencing date not set for Mason City man.
Work could start next year.
A forum on the topic was held Monday.
It’s now the hospital’s third year in a row getting it.
Alleged sexual contact happened over the course of 2+ years.
Ran into the ditch after allegedly being seen driving 99 miles an hour.
Burglary apparent happened when homeowners were away.
Officers say Owatonna man was found with pot and meth.
Collision happened Sunday in Buchanan County.
After losing their daughter, an Austin family is determined to bring something positive out of their personal tragedy.
Snow removal workers in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota were busy for the first time this season.
The Congregation United Church of Christ held their annual holiday sale on Saturday.
Firefighters in Freeborn County participated in live firing training on Saturday.
Investigation came after the death of a resident.
The Iowa Department of Transportation is giving folks another option to check road conditions this winter.
You’ve probably seen several pictures of folks posting their “no shave November” pictures as a way to raise awareness for cancer.
As people work on their holiday shopping, some are reconsidering buying children toy guns that look real.
The shotgun deer season will begin in Iowa on Dec. 3.
Chief Jeff Brinkley stresses there’s no threat to the public.
A naturalization workshop is held for immigrants.