Recently we introduced you to a company that’s been allowed to start using UAV’s or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
With warmer weather comes melting snow and that has local producers meeting to discuss what to do with farm runoff.
April 15 is the annual deadline to get your taxes completed, but this year it serves another important deadline you may want to keep your ey…
The mayor says renovations are no longer an option, but not everyone agrees.
He would like to see them move from August to June.
While wind energy is big in our area; they want to make sure that does not stop.
They are highlighting key accomplishments from 2014 and goals for 2015.
It is not unusual for members of the House and Senate to tweet while in session.
We sit down with Anthony Carroll, AARP Iowa Associate State Director for Advocacy. Here are some of the resources mentioned in the interview…
The fire caused around $11,000 in damage.
More and more people are heading outdoors.
Those in the community are pushing to make a positive change.
MASON CITY, Iowa- Nice weather is prompting many people to get out of the house over spring break, and what better way to spend it than at L…
Event will take place in August during Central Iowa Expo
It’s a battle of the bills between the Iowa House and Senate. This week, the Iowa Senate approved a bill that would give school districts th…
How new legislation is allowing Iowa companies to match low bids for projects
How lawmakers are looking to change the current system and what local law enforcement and gun shop owners have to say
It’s Gun Day at the Minnesota Legislature.
A move to minimize the roll of seniority in teacher layoff decisions is scheduled for its first Senate test.
There are big gun law changes being proposed in the Iowa legislature, and it’s a bill that both political parties are getting behind, as it …
Navigating through insurance policies is a huge task, but there are local resources to take advantage of that can make that process easier.
For many involved in finding justice for young Evelyn Miller, Wednesday was time to breathe a collective sigh of relief.
A local county is turning to craigslist to sell their employees’ old work phones.
Riverland hosted another “Charting the Future Gallery Walk” to hear from community members.
Safety officials say air bags prevented it from being much worse.
Music experts are working with the children to improve their development.
They found a combination that could prevent cancer.
Not every resident is hog-wild about the idea.
These warmer days have given everyone a jolt to get out and get active.
At least one local course could open nine holes this weekend.