MASON CITY, Iowa – It is the first of its kind in the country, something that could pave the way for the rest of the states. A statewide dom…
KIMT News 3- A lot of Minnesota folks are happy the weather is getting cooler. The cooler weather brings deer hunting season back to Minnes…
This past June the Minnesota legislature passed a program to address small communities in need of employees for new or expanding businesses.
UPDATE: The Hancock County Clerk of Court’s Office says Ruth Gilpin has been issued a traffic ticket for failure to use a flash signal on a …
Rockwell man gets 35 years in prison
State official says more will quality for tax credits
Man apparently crushed to death
AT&T donates $15,000 to program
Receives over seven years for stealing from Calmar bank
A cooking lesson from a local dietitian.
The bust took place Wednesday.
Person called the victim pretending to be an IRS agent.
The victim tried to sell the items on Craigslist.
Nearly 100 grams of marijuana was found.
The incident happened Wednesday afternoon in Rochester.
Authorities have arrested one person in connection to the crime.
A kitchen fire leaves $1,000 in damage
A semi hits a tractor in Hancock county Wednesday night
There is an interesting dilemma playing out in Forest City right now.
On Wednesday, an information meeting was held regarding the upcoming Rochester Public Schools referendum.
Information on Mayo’s Family Based Tobacco Control Program and how some services are offered free of charge.
A simple switch in gas fuel is making the burning of gas cleaner.
The school district purchased four water bottle filling stations with grant money.
Homecoming can mean a time to celebrate. It can also mean underage consumption.
Despite a recent incident, Austin High School is continuing with Homecoming activities
AUSTIN, Minn.- Children may find themselves kicking and screaming all the way to the doctor for their appoints. Luckily, Mayo Clinic Health …
They will be building a storm water basin to collect water during flood events.
A local group is seeking your input when it comes to issues you feel need to be addressed in Iowa.
Ciana Sonberg and her fellow classmates at Charles City High School are working hard.
FOREST CITY, Iowa – “Harry Potter”, “Where the Wild Things Are” and “To Kill a Mockingbird”; all these books share one thing in common. Do y…