Third animal found to have chronic wasting diease; special hunt will take place.
Law enforcement says baby was slapped, shaken and dropped.
All store clerks checked ID’s on decoy buyers and refused to sell.
Accident early Tuesday on Highway 16 in Fillmore County.
Janet Holder of Charles City has started making crocheted blankets for area veterans.
As you receive gifts, local shelters are more than happy to take old items.
Local liquor businesses say sales are up even more than the state average
Local tree grower says numbers are up
Weather didn’t stop many from traveling this holiday weekend.
Money still missing.
A Charles City woman wins $10,000 on crossword scratch game.
Roads are seemingly getting better.
Another giant in the music world is lost.
That’s why Holy Family Church in Mason City hosted their annual Christmas dinner.
Algona was chosen as the base camp for German prisoners of war due to the labor needs in the area.
The State Patrol says two Minnesotans and one Iowan were hurt.
“I’m usually a last minute shopper, but I’ve got some stuff early this year, so getting a little bit different,” says Bull.
Zion Lutheran Church held a candle light Christmas Eve service on Saturday at the Dock in Clear Lake.
A local family won a radio station contest to fly their daughter home for the holidays.
The operations and maintenance manager for Mason City says his staff have been very busy clearing roads.
She made a stop at Cabin Coffee in Mason City and tells me she is prepared for the weekend weather.
Tips to help prevent ending up in the ER during the holidays.
A local diabetes prevention program provides peer support, discussion and education.
Smithfield Foods partnered with the North Iowa Ara Youth Center and donated 800 hams to give to families for Christmas.
Volunteers made and shipped hundreds of warm fleece blankets to service members overseas.
Bodies found in Chamber of Commerce office.
A kitten is now safe, warm and ready for the holidays thanks to a kind couple who stopped to rescue her from the middle of a road.
The investigation continues after a crash just south of 300th St. and Mallard Avenue around 11 a.m. Friday.
The roll-out will take more than a year to complete.
A future home for veterans is in the works.