While Tuesday’s snow was a reminder winter is hanging on, the tornado sirens sounding off on Wednesday alerted us, spring is coming.
They were dubbed little bouquets of hope and support, as patients received flowers at the Mercy Cancer Center in Mason City.
It is a job that often goes unrecognized.
As the risk of foodborne illnesses still lingers, food handling safety is becoming a priority.
It was just one month ago this week that snowy conditions and slick roads led to a six vehicle accident near Nora Springs on the Avenue of t…
The performing group called ‘Spintacular’ has been touring around the country and on Wednesday, they made a stop in Charles City.
Our weekly segment with Austin Public Schools. This week we’re talking to a school counselor to get advice for parents on teaching their kid…
It’s a big day for Blue Zones. Another restaurant has been given the title, and a new event is coming to the area.
Firefighters kickoff three days of training.
Officials say they did find something unexpected though.
It’s unclear right now who owns that data.
Doesn’t have to pay court costs; must stay in prison
Man claimed the State did not prove he knew his behavior would offend
Iowa Court of Appeals is not persuaded
Crashes in Fillmore and Olmsted Counties
How a local program is helping students by giving them a “buddy”
KIMT News 3 – A local county is getting involved in a lawsuit between Des Moines Water Works and Sac, Buena Vista, and Calhoun counties. Wat…
The Department of Public Safety wants to warn Minnesotans about the dangers of a drug called marijuana wax.
Display meant to bring attention to colon cancer
Bad weather leads to a busy night for law enforcement and emergency crews.
This week marks National Boys and Girls Club Week.
Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office was given the Outstanding Agency Award, and presented with a new piece of speed monitoring equipment.
In 1853, the Orphan Train movement brought kids from the big city of New York to the Midwest.
Congratulation to Mrs. Laurie Field from Immaculate Conception School!
An area organization is looking for families to step forward.
Employees have been collecting food and donations for weeks.
Five local businesses have joined together to create a small clinic for their employees.
Work on the Meservey wastewater treatment location is expected to begin as soon as possible, after receiving grant approval.
A healthy snack to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The Iowa DNR is trying to learn more about streams and rivers in the area.