Accused of two criminal charges and seven traffic violations.
The city of Nora Springs will pick up storm-related items/debris curbside starting Saturday morning.
The center is expected to open sometime in August 2017.
It’s that time of year for cities to set their budgets, and some local residents might see some sticker shock when it comes to their taxes.
Woman arrested with him is pleading guilty and will be sentenced.
Rochester police say a bicyclist sustained serious injuries on Monday night after being hit by a car.
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A housing project in Forest City is one step closer to becoming a reality.
The recent floods that forced rivers and creeks to pour in to cities and evacuated towns is bringing back memories of the 2008 floods.
The program aims to increase the number of candidates who apply for citizen boards/commissions, as well as the number of diverse candidates.
State officials are trying to assess the damage and learn more about what aid is needed to help the community recover.
Help is still needed in Charles City.
We have some tips on how to stay safe cleaning up flood damage to your home.
Mason City is getting a lesson on how to grow the community.
High school football players have a game plan to help Greene recover after major flooding.
How this program could help many patients in the future.
Officials say they are seeing a record amount of requests for absentee voting.
After the property is assessed, owners will be able to take debris to the Albert Lea Transfer Station for free.
Police say he threw the animal against a wall during an argument.
A Kossuth County man is facing federal charges in a case of child pornography possession and sexual exploitation of a child.
Court rules search of his vehicle that found the drug was appropriate.
Accidents injure three people from Rochester.
A Rochester woman was arrested Friday after allegedly driving drunk with a child in the car.
The detour is routed to Lakeview Boulevard onto Grace Street due to road construction.
Freeborn County officials are in the process of assessing the individual damages from last week’s storms.
The American Red Cross is helping families in north and eastern Iowa as they face devastating flooding.
Thanks to a donation, Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office K9 Jasper will soon receive a bullet and stab protective vest.
Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds will assess damage on Monday in Charles City and Greene.
Hy-Vee West in Mason City provided free meals and smiles for people who had to evacuate their homes due to flooding.
The shelter that’s been set up in the former middle school in Charles City has been busy for the past few days as about a dozen families sou…