A local group of theater supporters are taking the premiere of one popular movie to a new level.
The auditorium at Waldorf College housed a heavy discussion Thursday afternoon, and one person who was listening closely is high school coun…
It’s not what you would expect from May weather, but local farmers aren’t complaining as they continue to be productive in the fields.
Three local women will be making the trek to Chicago, as they hope to stamp out breast cancer, one mile at a time.
Suspects face various charges
One of the key topics will be education.
Boaters could face fines up to $500 if they do not follow the rules.
A healthy breakfast recipe from a local dietitian.
Who helped make that happen.
They are adding a club in hopes it will increase funds.
An AMBER Alert issued today for two missing teenagers has now been cancelled.
But there is a lot more work to do.
No word on any plea bargain
Man being held on $100,000 bond after traffic stop
Accident happened on Highway 52 in Goodhue County
An analysis of Minneapolis Police Department data
Authorities have said a mother and grandmother lied about the shooting of a 4-year-old by his 8-year-old brother in Council Bluffs.
“College Connections” is looking for area interns to participate in the program. Network among fellow interns, take part in area activities …
June 27 will mark 20 years since KIMT’s morning anchor disappeared.
During Nurses Week, which was celebrated at the beginning of May, the Olmsted Medical Center Nursing Units held a friendly fund-raising comp…
The family of CPL Curtis Swenson are back at the Soldier’s Field Veterans Memorial to present three scholarships to local students.
According to the National Association of Realtors the number of homeowners is down across the country, but the Mason City Realtors Associati…
If you have siblings, you’ve probably gotten competitive at times, and maybe you’ve played games like, who can hold their breath under water…
The latest unemployment numbers are out for Iowa and while the number of jobs may have gone down, those finding jobs are on the rise.
Construction seems to be everywhere these days and it’s creating a challenge for those relying on smooth roads.
As more presidential hopefuls make their way to the Hawkeye state, local lawmakers are asking them to address important issues.
It’s going to be quite the sight next week in Mason City, as two homes are moved across town.
Encouraging healthy habits for kids and their families.
Nursing homes nationwide are experiencing a major shortage of certified nursing assistants (CNA).
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools.