Cancer survivors who completed the 12-week program “graduated” at the Rochester Area Family YMCA on Wednesday.
The Rochester Public Library is receiving an award and $5,000 for their innovative idea known as the Book Bike.
The numbers are out for alcohol sales in Iowa and once again, sales are booming.
Mason City hopes to give tax-payers an idea of where their revenue is going.
A man is arrested after reportedly punching two employees at Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa.
The Guard Ready app is for those in the National Guard seeking help with mental health.
288 veterans and their families have found homes using the Keys for Heroes registry
After 15 years, Austin is in the making of a new comprehensive plan
The Presidential candidates are focusing on certain groups that support their beliefs.
Those arrested in the 16-person drug bust range from 20 years old to nearly 60.
Plea comes over 15 months after arrest
Kristopher Voigt was arrested today on a charge of unauthorized use of a credit card.
Mass shooting in California
It might not be the first thing you think of when shopping.
Man will remain in custody until sentencing
Clear Lake woman and Floyd man in accident
10 years Cerro Gordo sentence to run concurrent with five year Hancock sentence
Ethan Weitzenkamp was seen last Friday driving a gold 2003 Mitsubishi Galant.
Alleged crimes involve meth, coke, pot and hydromorphone
One hurt in Fillmore County collision
Hit in the face by a shotgun pellet
Jeff Brinkley announced as new Mason City Police Chief.
Investigation is continuing
Dave Nieman and his family are spending the day going through what’s left of their family owned business.
An autopsy was performed today to determine a cause of death, but that information has yet to be released.
A new proposal is waiting approval in hopes to reduce drug sentencing
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is working with businesses throughout Minnesota.
Snowmobiling trails are open in Minnesota, but not ready for riders as yet.
A change to No Child Left Behind is a hot button issue teachers are asking the Iowa Department of Education’s director about.
The Board of Supervisors approved that idea Tuesday morning — a decision that will cost the county an estimated $79,500.