Crews remained on scene for three hours.
Each day about 80 people are diagnosed in the United States with type 1 diabetes, and the annual fundraiser, “Another Good Night for JDRF”, …
The accident is under investigation.
MASON CITY, Iowa – KIMT News 3’s own Matt Bradley is spending his Friday night as a volunteer bartender at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fo…
Many take part in the project that helps to beautify the town, including one veteran who’s made it his daily routine.
As a way to encourage proper disposal, the county collected old electronics for less than the normal price.
A local transit company is running out of space to store their buses.
The special event has been months in the making.
The once necessary part of a vacation is no longer being used as much.
A local group is starting a conversation about this difficult topic.
Your wait could be shorter in some areas.
ROCHESTER, Minn. – As Rochester slowly becomes the Destination Medical Center, those with the airport say they are growing as well. The Roch…
Required renewable fuel levels reduced
Ninth person picked up in 24 hours
A 55-year-old female has died while being held at the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center.
Why hops are in demand and how well they grow in the area
How cities control flooding while keeping residents as safe as possible.
Iowa officials have reported another probable case of bird flu in the state.
Polk County police say a man suspected of impersonating a police officer stopped a female driver.
Recently, in Illinois, a law was passed making it illegal for pet owners to leave their animals outdoors in extreme conditions, whether it b…
MASON CITY, Iowa- The 2nd annual STEAM Festival got underway Thursday evening at Lincoln Intermediate in Mason City. 15 businesses from the …
Rochester Area Boys and Girls Club is receiving a $12,000 grant for their Oral Health Program.
With the rising issue of college debt, 9 Democrats are supporting a resolution to make 4 year public colleges debt free.
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.