In no time at all farmers across our area will be heading to the fields to harvest their crops for the season, but before they venture out, …
The growing season brings a special danger on the roads, tall corn
My Happy Place works with businesses around the area to create a dream room for a child who has been faced with trauma.
“God Work our Hands” is an annual initiative Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City have participated in for the past 3 years.
Rochester police are investigating a drive-by shooting.
Collisions in three separate counties
Authorities suspect alcohol was involved
OSAGE, Iowa- It is a sight you don’t often see, the Iowa Masons were in Osage on Saturday to honor the new Mitchell County Courthouse with a…
Hundreds of people came out to the 2nd annual Holistic Fair at Cresco Fitness Center in Cresco on Saturday.
This project has gone viral with pictures from Wisconsin to Rhode Island.
The 22nd annual Mason City Civil War Reenactment is taking place this weekend in East Park.
First responders and veterans joined other community members for the ceremony.
He shared his experiences and how the events reshaped history.
As students drove to school Friday, they may have seen flags flying high above them at local fire departments.
Receives deferred judgment on reduced charge
Austin man won appeal to U.S. Supreme Court; still going to federal prison
Emergency crews respond to north Iowa quarry
There is still time to vote on one of the names.
Homeowner was sleeping when he heard the break-in.
The building is set to open in 2017.
This month, the Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health is working to raise awareness about their Diabetes Prevention Program.
The family of a crash victim speak out about why they got so involved in the sentencing process for the person responsible for their loved o…
A Rochester man who survived the Holocaust when he was a teenager is featured in an exhibition that is now on display at the Olmsted History…
A young cancer patient gets a surprise visit from his favorite superheros.
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.
MASON CITY, Iowa – It’s getting a little nutty in Mason City thanks to the Planters Nutmobile rolling into town. It’s part of a tour with it…