Officers have located missing children
Currently there are more than $3 billion dollars in bonding proposals across the state, and the law makers want a closer look at each projec…
Those running for mayor are sharing their values with the community.
The Mills Theater in Lake Mills is showing their support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a special movie premiere.
An area school counselor is going viral after posting a picture of herself to raise awareness about cyber-bullying.
It’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Week and those at Cerro Gordo County Public Health are warning of the risks involved of having lead based pai…
The disease forced long time football coach Jerry Kill to retire.
A local community college is helping high schools students get a better understanding of what they want to go to college for
Joseph Company is recognized for being energy efficient and sustainable.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress released The National Report Card and the results are lower than excepted.
The Faith and Wellness Outreach program will be open to the whole community.
The amount of people self-employed is expected to decline in the next couple years, and the economy is one of the biggest factors.
Officials say home suffered less than $500 damage
A look at the popular music program at Austin High School. Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.
Student was expelled for a pocket knife in her locker; Minnesota Court of Appeals overturned that ruling
The station opened earlier this year.
After two unsuccessful attempts, police were able to catch up to a burglary suspect.
He accused the prosecution of tainting jury selection
The Iowa State Patrol is conducting an investigation on a Mason City home.
Broadside collision flipped one vehicle onto its roof
One person injured in crash on Intestate-35
Rochester Public Transit is working to improve their service and wants to hear from the public on what’s working, and what’s not.
The Rochester Fire Department presented awards and promotions at the annual ceremony.
Channel One Region Food Bank is kicking off the annual Student Food Drive.
They said it comes down to safety.
You may have seen construction work along the Avenue of the Saints recently, it’s to protect the water supply.
They hope it will encourage high school students to attend college.
Congratulations to this week’s Golden Apple Award winner, Ms. Lisa Hugi of Lincoln Intermediate School in Mason City.
A local school is helping prevent getting sick
The building is 140 years old and the group recently readied it for winter.