MASON CITY, Iowa- With temperatures in the upper 80’s to lower 90’s it was a hot day on Friday for those who came out to see Betty and the G…
The Bioartificial liver may be able to replace a full liver transplant for patients with acute liver failure.
He’s touring around southern Minnesota talking to small businesses about STEM education and workforce development.
In the next five years, one report suggests your home will likely utilize wind energy.
President Barack Obama made history on Thursday, becoming the first sitting president to visit a federal prison.
Friday was a hot, hot day to be outside, but some folks were bearing the heat in order to promote health and friendship.
Paraprofessionals are in high demand right now, so a local school district is training people how become one.
It was a frightening ordeal in Clear Lake, as the water treatment plant was evacuated following that leak.
They are looking for shelters and volunteers to run them.
Accused of accosting a woman in a Mason City parking lot
Two jury trials now scheduled
Sentences range from 10 to 20 years
What’s happening at the Franklin County Fair
Show Your True Colors.
A young Rochester boy is spreading the word about the fight to end diabetes.
Minnesota lawmakers are hoping Killebrew will be featured on a stamp.
Three get prison; one just probation
Authorities arrested him with over 100 grams of the drug
Police say a gun and safe were stolen.
Victim used a tire iron to defend himself.
Employees working at the water treatment facility near downtown Clear Lake have been evacuated due to a chlorine leak.
Accident involved people from West Concord and Owatonna
Why organizers are hoping for a large turnout
What DNR officials are seeing this summer on local lakes.
A man police have been looking for since April has been arrested in Ames
A look inside the industry and the struggles some businesses face
Illinois-based Aspen Foods is recalling nearly 2 million pounds of raw, frozen chicken
We’re getting a sneak-peak of the “Fly Iowa Air Show”.
NIACC is announcing a new campaign for improvements in the classroom.
It was a hot and humid day on July 12th and you didn’t see many people outside, but that weather started to take a toll on a family who was …