KIMT News 3 – It’s a piece of paper that can hold a lot of power in the right hands. Protective orders are signed and put into effect each d…
The plan for a new all-purpose center proposed in Charles City is slowly coming before the public.
A local business is being honored by one it’s own.
Minnesota has temporarily stopped accepting TurboTax filings by individual taxpayers due to security concerns.
Lots of bacon fun.
Giving Your Best award for February 2014: Kathy Wibben
A one vehicle rollover happened Thursday around 3:40PM.
It is a trend the Department of Public Safety wants to see continue.
Drivers from Iowa and Minnesota collide
The Federal Communications Commission is getting closer to coming up with a plan to regulate the internet.
They are looking for people interested in encouraging the community to be more environmentally friendly.
Six taken into custody, more arrests possible
Time is running out to enroll in Minnesota’s health insurance exchange.
Not known when it will reopen
Where residents can take a bus.
First airshow in nearly two decades
ROCHESTER, Minn. – From southern Minnesota to the Twin Cities, leaders are hoping to hear from you on a big project. Plans are in the works …
What the organization hopes to get done.
Sex abuse and solicitation among the charges
Minor damage to local coffee shop
Man ordered to repay over $450,000 and faces a $100,000 fine
A new tool is coming to rural Iowans to treat heart attacks faster, thanks to a grant.
MASON CITY, Iowa – Gov. Terry Branstad is hoping to reduce domestic abuse in Iowa through proposed legislation that would toughen penalties …
Evansdale police say they have been flooded with phone calls since investigators asked the public for help in the case of two girls’ deaths.
Opponents of wolf hunting gather at the Minnesota Capitol Thursday to celebrate a court decision that put the region’s wolves back on the en…
A proposal before Minnesota lawmakers would make it a requirement for parents with minor children to take a marriage dissolution course befo…
We’ve been reporting that a few current downtown locations have been excluded from the final draft, which includes the Salvation Army.
Wartburg College is in the clear as a student they thought to possibly have measles, tested negative Wednesday.
A local college is doing their best to make sure their nursing students are prepared for diseases like that.
From mother to daughter, the torch is being passed in Manly as one teen prepares to take up her mom’s job as manager.