Veterans for Missing and Exploited Children, is reaching out to parents to give them tips on how to keep their kids safe.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is releasing new regulations defining the term “gluten-free.”
A two vehicle accident left four injured on Tuesday afternoon, including a four month old baby.
The St. Ansgar Rescue Squad needs to replace their 20-year old rescue van.
An electrical fire in June shut down the Anchor Inn in Clear Lake for a little more than a month.
One driver from Minnesota and one from Iowa
Midwest native returns from Arizona
ORONOCO, Minn. – A big local project was celebrated on Wednesday. Those with Freeborn-Mower Cooperative Services, People’s Energy Cooperativ…
Some believe voters are being turned away.
Facade improvements planned for downtown buildings
Researchers are working on technology that may eliminate your need for glasses when it comes to using certain devices.
State and defense agree Barlas Jr. mentally unstable at time of murder
Money comes from Union Pacific Railroad
A lawyer who angered an Iowa federal judge by repeatedly raising objections has received an unusual punishment: an order to produce a traini…
Iowa officials are offering grant money to help rural fire departments with their equipment costs.
Minnesota’s latest tool in the fight against synthetic drugs is a website.
It’s great news for one local co-op as they announce to their board of supervisors that they’re looking to expand.
Across the nation, neighborhoods are becoming a little friendlier, and they’re getting to know one another during National Night Out. It’s a…
A law in Minnesota intended to protect young victims of sex trafficking, is now completely taking effect.
He has issued an Executive Order to do so.
It has been beneficial in more ways than one for the county.
Senator stops by to help fund raise for the GOP party
There have been a rash of ATV fatalities across the Hawkeye state.
U.S. Rep Bruce Braley made a stop in north Iowa on Tuesday.
Our weekly segment with the Austin Public School District.
The goal is to raise $300,000 to help move the Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank to a larger location.
Vendors hope to convince folks to buy local produce from area farmers. Plus, we get an update on this years corn crop.
Criminal complaint says he kept dead body in a refrigerator for months
Authorities believe the driver was intoxicated.
The Mayo Clinic says they would be ready if a patient came in with Ebola.